Led by Louisville Metro Office of Advanced Planning and Sustainability, the consultant team for this plan includes the following three firms.
EHI Consultants (EHI), a local planning and engineering firm, has assembled a team of highly qualified planning, engineering and design professionals that are experienced in creating award-winning neighborhood plans for communities locally, regionally, and nationally. EHI is partnering with, Gresham Smith, a locally based urban design firm, and Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group (TSW), a Louisville based planning and landscape architecture firm.
EHI Consultants (EHI)
EHI, has built a solid reputation for working with disadvantaged and underserved neighborhoods. Our team understands the complexities of balancing social and environmental justice issues, with achievable progress. We believe in a transparent, inclusionary planning and design process that begins with active participatory public involvement at the onset of every project.
- Project Management & Planning Lead
- Community Engagement
- Environmental Justice
- Economic Development
Gresham Smith’s engineering and landscape architecture studio brings together community goals, technical expertise and design aesthetics to create cohesive places that communicate
each project’s story and provide a tremendous user experience. Gresham Smith will utilize their experience in planning and design of multimodal transportation along with traditional roadway design experience to provide a holistic planning and design approach, with safety of all users as the primary design focus.
- Mobility Analysis
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Analysis
- Multi-Modal Accessibility
Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group (TSW)
Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group is a community planning and landscape architecture studio that offers a wide-range of urban design and strategic planning capabilities. TSW’s experience spans from the design of streetscapes, greenways, parks and transportation corridors to the creation neighborhood and long-term comprehensive plans.
- Land Use and Community Form
- Urban Design
- Parks, Open Space, and Recreation