Education / Institutions
How do you maximize amenities while still staying on budget? How do you futureproof for growing and changing population demands? How do you balance community desires versus constituent needs?
Kimley-Horn’s professionals are masters at managing the delicate balance between your directors and local constituencies. We specialize in making the most of your property and resources. Our strategic facility master planning services will help you anticipate future needs and make sure you are building not just for today, but for tomorrow as well. With experience on both public and private projects, Kimley-Horn can ensure your project can start—and finish—smoothly.
Our work with pre-kindergarten through 12th grade schools and districts has resulted in a broad range of experience in planning, design, construction, and operational issues coupled with the expertise to provide clear, intelligent, and viable solutions. Our professionals will maintain open and ongoing lines of communication throughout the entire process to ensure projects are designed in accordance with the needs and objectives of each unique campus or site and constructed in a manner that minimizes or mitigates any interruptions to daily operations.
Perhaps most importantly, we will ensure the successful completion of each project while upholding the highest safety standards for students, staff, parents, and other campus visitors.
Kimley-Horn has been providing services for colleges, universities, and educational institutions since our founding nearly 50 years ago. This experience—coupled with our work for similar campus environments such as medical centers and office parks—gives us a thorough understanding of the unique issues that university and college campuses face and the ability to overcome even the most complex challenges.
Our services for educational institutions have encompassed many aspects of civil and traffic engineering, planning, and landscape architecture. We understand the overall impact that every design has on the campus environment. We are familiar with the strict guidelines and codes generally put forth by university architects, and appreciate the need to preserve and reflect the quality of life on college campuses.