GIS Mapping – The Planning Backbone;
Community Character Analysis:
Giving Back and Hitting the Streets
Latitude 33 Helps Communities Look Ahead with Geographic Information Systems Mapping
- Faster response time during emergencies
- Smarter forecasting, master planning and budgeting
- Reduced maintenance cost and increased efficiency
- Improved compliance reporting for local, state and federal agencies
If your campus infrastructure is due, or maybe even overdue, for an assessment, the Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering team is ready to help.
REFLECTING THE COMMUNITY THROUGH RESEARCH
Unbiased Analysis Plays an Important Part in a Project's Design
Maintaining community character plays a vital role in the design of any project. Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering works collaboratively with public agencies, clients and community members to provide an unbiased analysis of a project’s impact on visual quality, visual character and land use compatability relative to its proposed neighborhood. This report includes extensive research of the community’s aesthetic and developmental trends.
Visual simulations render realistic and accurate portrayals of project dimensions to better communicate ideas such as massing, vicinity, location and impact. It allows the public to understand a project and interact with the design process. Through community outreach and public feedback, the community character analysis aids to develop a project in a way that reflects both the community and client(s).
HERE’S AN IDEA: FUTURE PLANNING TEAM DEBUTS
Firm's Internal Group Focuses on New Ways to Approach Planning
Latitude 33’s Future Planning Team (left to right): Randi Coopersmith, Clay Ost, Miles Leandro, Jon Arenz, Jason Gordon, Shannon Davis, Isabel Stonehouse and Sean Scaramella.
GREAT THINGS HAPPENING HERE – TAKE A LOOK
Newsworthy Items ... Just In Case You Missed It
Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering’s founders, staff and their families celebrated the July 4th holiday by participating in the Scripps Ranch Old Pros Run and Ride. 2016 marked the 38th Annual 10K Race & Fun Run and 29th Annual Bike Rides. Founded in 1982 by Scripps Ranch residents, the Old Pros raise money for community youth and high school sports programs.
Food insecurity is a real concern for 13 percent of San Diego’s population. The Latitude 33 team recently donated its time to help Feeding America San Diego pack boxes of food at its Sorrento Valley warehouse for those in need. More than 151,000 area children don’t know if and when they will get their next meal, so Latitude 33 strongly encourages you to get involved and make a difference.
Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering
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