Designing ideal parking experiences comes with unique challenges for each industry. In the latest issue of Healthcare Design Magazine, Jeffrey Smith and Dennis Burns share five parking design solutions specific to the healthcare industry.
Through real-time monitoring of weather conditions, activating a warning system for drivers, and implementing lowered speed limits, Kimley-Horn’s John Kissinger, Tom McCullough, and Brenda Soto are working to reduce dust-related collisions.
Throughout his 25-year career in Landscape Architecture, Steve Lefton has witnessed tremendous growth in both the industry and its professionals. In celebration of World Landscape Architecture Month, read about the four major changes Steve has witnessed over the past two and a half decades.
Healthcare campuses are complex mobility ecosystems with many stakeholder needs and competing physical constraints in play. Jeffrey Smith shares his six steps to revolutionize mobility and parking solutions by emphasizing patient well-being.
Transportation is being redefined—again. How do we plan for a future where fresh approaches and new mobility options like scooters are announced almost weekly? Dennis Motiani, Mike Harris, and Corey Hill discuss how to navigate evolving mobility trends and changing community ideals.
The Downtown Atlanta Special Events Playbook has been called “a model for other venues to emulate.” Sean Coleman shares how rethinking game-day traffic operations by coordinating collaboration among venues, partnering with officers, and implementing signal timing and a traffic plan can be a game-changer.
"We review goals, explain objectives, and challenge ourselves to be bolder while remaining true to our core values and core purpose," says President and CEO Steve Lefton about our annual Kickoff tradition. Learn more about the importance of this continued celebration at Kimley-Horn.
In today's data-driven world, it can be easy for engineers to be overly focused on the details when working through a decision. Kimley-Horn's Tracy Shandor and Volkert Inc.’s Clark Bailey share how we can empower future engineers to make good decisions by using their engineering judgment.
Big data—like probe data from mobile devices—is changing how analyses are conducted in the transportation planning and operations field. #kimleyhorn’s Anthony Gallo and Tim Padgett explain how big data can be used to understand cut-through and diverting traffic, and to develop and validate models.
To support the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s goal to increase opportunities for urban communities to access nature, Kimley-Horn's Beth Tucker, Danielle McCray, and Cristina Pastore are developing refuge access plans for wildlife refuges across the country. Learn about their experience planning for the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge in Louisiana.
With 3.2 miles of dedicated bus-only lanes, transit signal priority at intersections, and 26 station platforms offering level boarding, the GRTC Pulse Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system is revitalizing the City of Richmond, VA. Learn from Kimley-Horn’s Ashley Lickliter and GRTC’s Steve McNally about the impact of this project.
Extensive training programs are part of our culture at Kimley-Horn. With input from company leadership, discipline specialists, and training attendees, our training programs continuously evolve to help us invest in our people and our firm’s future success. Learn more about our in-house training and professional development opportunities from our President and CEO, Steve Lefton.
Kimley-Horn is committed to supporting women in STEM. Our President and CEO Steven Lefton shares how we’ve grown in this area as a firm and initiatives that will continue to help us improve in the future.
Before Nick Chen, AICP was a Community Planner and Urban Designer at Kimley-Horn, he was a Zoo Designer at the San Diego Zoo. Learn how he draws experience and inspiration from his nontraditional career path as he shares three similarities between designing for zoos and planning for communities.
Shifting demographics, evolving shopping trends, and a growing preference toward walkability are motivating suburban towns and cities to redefine themselves. Kimley-Horn Urban Designer/Planner Eric Bosman, AICP offers eight approaches to employ when adapting sprawling spaces into walkable, mixed-use places.
With more than 80 offices across the country, Kimley-Horn project managers work to accommodate all modes of transportation and their users. In celebration of National Bike Month, we’ve spotlighted some of the great projects being done in our offices around the country.