Rethinking Urban Infrastructure in San Francisco
The Gould Evans San Francisco studio is located near the Highway 101 Central Freeway overpass: a noisy, smoggy, car-centric barrier..
Future Thinking vs. Woe Is Us: A Conversation Amongst Firm Leaders on Navigating the COVID-19 Economy
On Wednesday, April 22, Strogoff Consulting hosted a virtual panel discussion with Gould Evans’ Anthony Rohr along with industry leaders..
Working from Home: A Story about the Unending Value of Missing Middle Housing
For generations, the “White Elephant” has held a special place in our family. This is the tepidly affectionate name given to an old..
Westport District Master Plan — Kim Kimbrough
The Westport District Master Plan received the 2019 American Planning Association (APA) Missouri Chapter’s Outstanding Plan Award. The..
Wichita: Places for People Plan — Mary Hunt
The Wichita: Places for People Plan received the 2019 American Planning Association (APA) Kansas Chapter’s Outstanding Plan Award. The..
Meet the Locals Reinvesting in Kansas City Neighborhoods
In October 2018, the Gould Evans planning studio worked with local partners to bring the Incremental Development Alliance to Kansas City..
A Note from the KC Planning Studio of Gould Evans
Hello and Happy New Year!
The KC Planning Studio of Gould Evans is excited to share some of the major happenings and accomplishments..
We’ve Built a City We Can’t Afford
The Making a Great City speaker series, which was designed to advance realistic solutions to our country’s infrastructure crisis, is off..
Let’s Compare and Contrast: Human Scale Patterns
I recently wrote a series of posts on three important patterns of walkable neighborhoods and human scale design – neighborhood streets,..
Collaboration is Better than Divide and Conquer
On Wednesday, October 18, the South Central Collaborative celebrated their first anniversary. The Collaborative, which includes Gould..