Questioning the status quo, creating visionary solutions, and bringing ideas to life is what we do.
Our open, collaborative work style supports a creative approach to solving our clients’ most challenging issues.
We stand as a positive force, providing professional planning, environmental design, and engineering services.
Since 1984, we have been making a lasting community impact that markedly improves the well-being of people and communities. We make a difference in:
CollaborationWe rely on enduring, gratifying relationships with clients, partners, subconsultants, suppliers, and colleagues.
QualityWe are passionate about excellence and doing our work right the first time. Our reputation depends on our delivered value from every client and community we serve.
IntegrityOur word is our most solid foundation. We build everything on respect, understanding, and communication.
TrustWe strive to cultivate a workplace of trust and transparency. Our team takes pride in conducting business with honesty and accountability.
SustainabilityWe honor the environment by designing with nature. Respecting local cultures and engaging local people protects what we’re passionate about.
FamilyOur people must thrive. We nurture their happiness and success with a healthy and rewarding work environment.
The Environmental Design Group Client Experience program was developed to provide our internal and external clients an enhanced level of communication and engagement.
Gigged about making a differenceIt has been several months since the initial work from home (WFH) order was set in motion in the state of Ohio. Looking back prior to the pandemic, we observed communities that prioritized high speed connectivity, moving the needle forward.
PODCAST: Episode 17 – Daniel M. Rice, President and CEO of the Ohio & Erie Canalway CoalitionTune in to this episode to find out how faith, vision, and polite tenacity has transformed the Towpath Trail from 16 miles to almost 100 miles with over 500 miles of connector trails.
Authenticity of PlaceMore important than ever, is a focus on where we live, work and play. As design professionals and those who have a direct impact on our communities – how can we not only react, but also better prepare for these disruptions to develop, maintain, and enhance Happy, Healthy and Authentic Places?
Updates from House Bill 197House Bill 197 includes a few key measures that are helpful to communities we work with, including clear direction about public engagement and soliciting public input.