SITE team leader Freeman in Saskatchewan to discuss the value of integrated planning
BRINGING THE RIGHT GROUP OF PEOPLE TO THE TABLE AT THE RIGHT TIME CAN MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE
Wayne Freeman, SITE team director for Cushing Terrell Inc., is presenting today and tomorrow (4/22-23) at the Municipal Infrastructure Conference, hosted at the Evergreen Convention Centre in Nipawin, Saskatchewan (Canada).
Freeman’s presentation, “Process to PROcess,” will cover an integrated approach to planning, design, and engineering for municipalities in Montana and Saskatchewan. The Cushing Terrell-sponsored session will focus on approaches to municipal infrastructure projects in small- to medium-sized municipalities in Montana by utilizing full teams of civil and environmental engineers as well as urban planners and landscape architects to provide more fully thought out and integrated solutions for communities.
“This is going to be a free-flowing discussion about how integrating personnel from many different professional backgrounds can supercharge civic planning initiatives,” Freeman said. “We’ve been doing this for a long time at Cushing Terrell and dozens of clients — partners, really — in local governments count on our ability to bring the right voices to the table at key stages of the process. There’s a lot of value in this thinking, which I hope to communicate at the conference.”
Based in Bozeman, MT, Freeman is a veteran landscape architect and an associate principal with Cushing Terrell. Members of the firm’s 27-person SITE team specialize in civil engineering, land planning, landscape architecture, and urban planning. The Site group works on a variety of project types including parks, trails, and recreation; subdivision planning; mixed-used community design; educational and medical campus development; and commercial, private, and public projects.
View the conference agenda brochure here.