Life in a modern city has become the predominant form of dwelling, desired by all ages and ethnic groups. As the demographic mass of the city grows, there are needs for adjustment and expansion of the physical environment. Our planning methods take into account the cultural and economic backgrounds of each community and strive to deliver optimal planning solutions. In this process, whether designing a single site or revitalizing several city blocks, we look for ways to enhance the quality of life. Balanced housing market, thriving business opportunities, walkable green streets, safe crosswalks, and access to clean water and sanitation are just some of the elements necessary to maintain a sustainable neighborhood. While some planning activities involve urban sites, the same process applies to suburban, institutional, industrial, academic and other environments. Our focus is on balancing the fundamentals to deliver quality to each sector of the built environment.