The Sunset Strip is an internationally famous corridor, known for its entertainment venues and nightlife, as well as its rich history of creative signage. In recent years, the City of West Hollywood identified a need to reinvigorate signage on the Strip to continue the legacy of creativity and innovation.
San Diego State University (SDSU) sought to develop a world-class university campus, research center and stadium venue on the site of the SDCCU Stadium in Mission Valley. A multidisciplinary consultant team prepared the master plan for the campus, including planning, technical analysis, CEQA document preparation, permitting support, and construction compliance.
Vallejo Marine Terminal LLC (VMT) and Orcem California Inc. proposed to revitalize and repurpose a site formerly occupied by a General Mills production facility. The project would establish a marine terminal and a processing facility for the production of a cement products and establish a deep-water port terminal, providing a means for locally manufactured products
The Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan serves as the guide for redeveloping 535 acres of prime bayfront property in southern San Diego County. Development comprises a resort conference center, residential/retail area within the Harbor District, and park and natural open-space areas, as well as associated infrastructure.
Tejon Mountain Village is a proposed 5,082-acre master-planned residential, commercial, and recreational development within the 270,000 acres owned and managed by Tejon Ranch Corporation, a publicly held diversified real estate and agribusiness corporation.
Otay Ranch is a 23,000-acre site with a pedestrian-friendly, 5,300-acre planned community and extensive preserve land in southern San Diego County. The project comprises a broad range of residential, commercial, retail, and industrial development, including parks, trails, schools, a shopping center, and a medical center.