Recasting the "vision plan" as a storytelling exercise to get community members of all ages and backgrounds invested in the future of Denver's High Line Canal
Sasaki is a national leader in meaningful, creative engagement that reaches broad, diverse constituents. We believe community and stakeholder input is a critical component of our work and leads to better plans and designs. Our engagement processes are known for blending fun, engaging activities with accessible information, and for asking meaningful questions through a variety of media to uncover community priorities. We place a particular focus on engaging traditionally hard-to-reach populations to ensure recommendations reflect diverse visions of success.
The Community Vision Plan for the High Line Canal is a forward-looking vision to preserve and enhance a beloved regional greenway in Colorado’s Front Range
Sasaki heads to the Equality State to speak with University of Wyoming community members as planning begins
Virtual Reality offers Boston an interactive vision of the new Boston City Hall Plaza, gives clients insight into new arts and dining facilities
Sasaki project team gathers community feedback as they develop a plan for the future of the Fort Point neighborhood
Too often members of a community are put into a reactive position, asked for their input only when a major project is proposed.
Sasaki designers Breeze Outlaw, Diana Fernandez-Bibeau, Sasaki alum Melissa Isidor, and the Frederick Douglass Sculpture Committee hosted an engaging community meeting to envision the future of the Frederick Douglass Sculpture Plaza
An opportunity for the City of Mississauga community to see the latest plans for the 177-acre former power plant site on Lake Ontario
Digging into scenario planning and exploring questions about how to field community input
Anna Cawrse and Joshua Brooks discuss Bonnet Springs Park and Greenwood Park in Parks & Recreation Magazine