Sasaki is pleased to announce that Tyler Patrick has been elected as a principal of the firm!
Over the last seven years, Tyler has been an integral part of many of Sasaki's high profile national campus planning efforts, including plans for Northwestern University, Purdue University, the Harvard Kennedy School, and The Ohio State University. Tyler has also been a great ally and partner to the Sasaki Strategies group, working to fuse the great traditions of planning with new modes of analysis and visualization.
"Tyler has remarkable acumen in collaboration," says managing principal James Miner. "He works with all the disciplines at Sasaki, with a wide range of institutional clients, and at the intersections between universities and their community contexts."
Tyler has led the town-gown component of several major planning engagements—convening large scale community meetings, interfacing with city and regional governments, and solving complex urban challenges. Through this work, he strives to create quality environments that uniquely reflect an institution's mission. "The broader campus and its context are extensions of the core learning environment," Tyler says. "They are essential considerations in furthering the school's mission."
In addition to his continued work on projects, Tyler will also be playing a role in leading operations for the planning discipline going forward.