WORKING TOGETHER TO MAKE MORE SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS
THE URBAN COLLABORATIVE, LLC is an interdisciplinary design firm that focuses on helping our clients achieve their sustainability goals through engaging, educational, and efficient participatory processes tailored to each project’s scale, context, and culture. Our award-winning work addresses environmental, fiscal, and social sustainability in ways that support and enhance our clients’ missions.
While we complete private sector work for clients committed to advancing sustainability, most of our work is for U.S. federal agencies including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Department of Defense. The Urban Collaborative also works on U.S. federal civil works projects prioritizing resilient systems by integrating regional master planning with capacity building among stakeholders. This includes teaching master planning PROSPECT courses to federal planners and practitioners. We have helped craft national policies, we teach from those policies, and we prepare plans aligned with those policies. Additionally, we focus on municipal planning for cities and counties throughout the country.
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The Urban Collaborative spent time at Fort Campbell, Kentucky to help define requirements for a new Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT). We spent time on site with their fantastic airfield management team, evaluating the existing ATCT to determine how to design a new one. For our team members who had […]
The Urban Collaborative participated in a workshop held at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, with our joint venture partner TranSystems. Our tasks were to develop a conceptual plan for a new Security Cooperation Events Center (SCEC) and Campus Plan for Ramstein Air Base. The SCEC will support USAFE-USAFRICA and other units […]
The Urban Collaborative held a NASA Agency Master Plan (AMP) leadership workshop at our Eugene office in October. We’re working with headquarters and all ten NASA Centers to develop to an AMP that will guide mission-driven real property investment prioritization decisions. Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far!