Posts Tagged ‘public engagement’

Public Engagement Strategies for Small Neighborhoods

Posted on Wednesday, May 25th, 2016 by Peggy Amor
In Transportation Engineering, tagged in Tags: , neighborhood streets

For our public engagement series, we interviewed Affinis co-workers on strategies, best practices and lessons learned. In our second installment, we’re sharing thoughts from Kristen Leathers, PE, Assoc. DBIA. Here, she offers insight into her extensive work with small neighborhoods. How often do you work on neighborhood projects? Nearly all of my projects are in […]

Public Engagement Strategies for Complex Projects

Posted on Wednesday, May 18th, 2016 by Peggy Amor
In Clients, Transportation Engineering, tagged in Tags: , k-68 public engagement complex projects

For our public engagement series, we interviewed Affinis co-workers on strategies, best practices, and lessons learned. In the first installment, we’re sharing thoughts from Linda Rottinghaus, PE, ENV SP on complex projects. This post covers her recent work on K-68. Who are the stakeholders on the K-68 project? The stakeholders include property and business owners, the […]

Three Envision Practices You May Already Be Using

Posted on Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 by Brad Schleeter
In Sustainability, tagged in Tags: , public engagement meeting

One of the main reasons we received Envision certification was to help our clients successfully achieve their community vision. We liked the program’s flexible approach to innovation and focus on quality infrastructure. We learned that much of the Envision process involved methods we, along with our clients, already valued. They included improving quality of life, […]