Our inter-disciplinary approach unites land-use planners, urban designers, market analysts and transportation experts to formulate innovative yet context-sensitive strategies.
Positively contributing to the built environment
Beautiful and functional communities do not happen by chance. They are the byproduct of deliberate, careful design that gives great consideration to cultural heritage, people needs, and urban growth.
Director | Sr. Practice Lead, Major Projects
Associate | Manager Planning
Associate | Manager, Planning
Associate | Manager, Architecture
A holistic approach to planning
IBI Group’s master planning process integrates all our in-house disciplines — including architecture and landscape, sustainability, environmental engineering, transportation, planning, market analysis, economic planning, engineering and infrastructure planning.
The result is a single, seamlessly built entity that provides ‘one-stop’ shopping – while individual sites and entire communities benefit from a more rational appraisal of developmental limits.
Our design expertise includes:
- Real Estate Research
- Economic/Financial Analysis
- Land Use Planning
- Civil Engineering
- Surveying and Mapping
- Water Resources Management
- Urban Design
- Public Outreach
Goldcorp Master Plan
Goldcorp, the world’s second largest gold mining company, retained IBI Group to create a community vision for its gold mine in Peñasquito, Zacatecas, Mexico.
Master Development Plan of the Los Angeles Civic Center
Los Angeles, CA
Our master development plan presented a holistic vision for a vibrant mixed-use community uniting municipal, cultural, retail and residential facilities in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, California.
Broadway Streetscape Urban Design and Master Plan
Los Angeles, CA
IBI Group worked with Melendrez Associates to develop a master plan for the redevelopment of the historic Broadway district in Downtown Los Angeles. IBI Group analyzed the famous street to determine how it would function with multimodal transportation uses, including streetcars, buses, automobiles, shuttles, bicycles and pedestrians, with regards to traffic impacts and street design.