Civic Projects is a strategic planning consulting firm that brings together forward thinking public policy and private sector innovation in mobility, urban planning, research, design and project integration. Civic Projects has DBE/SBE certification in California.
(Click link above…) Graphic design by Colleen Corcoran based on roadway sections Civic Inc and collaborators are thinking about lately, with cars-of-the-future originally created for Civic Projects Foundation workshops.
We need help with research, and other tasks. Minimum qualifications: Bachelors degree in journalism, arts, humanities, social sciences, fine art, graphic design, architecture, urban planning or a related field. Masters degree in planning or related field preferred. Excellent writing and communication skills in English. Flexibility, creativity and openness to working on a variety and range […]
Kati will be keynote speaker at the Autotech Council Smart Cities Meeting, San Jose, 8:30-10 November 10th, 2016.
Moved to Chinatown! 837 North Spring Street, 3rd Floor, Los Angeles 90012 as a grateful guest of NAC Architecture.
Researching municipal performance management systems, and online planning for San Bernardino County as a follow on from past work for the City of Ontario (California’s first online General Plan, and first to use system of hyperlinks, and delivery on multiple platforms).
Autospaces 2025: Future Car Experiences Symposium, Thursday May 21, 2015 Wind Tunnel Graduate Center Art Center College of Design Pasadena, CA Symposium 10am- 4pm. Rooftop Reception 4pm-6pm 10:30–11:30 session 1: landscapes
Freight and Sustainable Communities PolicyForum. Tuesday May 12, 2015 – 9-4 UCR College of Engineering – Center for Environmental Research and Technology. Can we enhance livability with the growing goods movement? Panel Discussion: Urban Form 2:10 pm. Moderator: Rick Bishop – Executive Director, Western Riverside Council of Governments. Panelists: Iddo Benzeevi – President and Chief Executive Officer , Highland […]
On Amazon. “This interesting, varied, and thought-provoking book focuses on transportation in southern California. With 27 contributors to the volume, it is clear that readers will experience more than one point of view and writing style…. The quality of this heavy paperback is impressive, and the use of color photographs, graphics, and charts is outstanding; […]