Tyler is a planner and principal who works primarily in the campus planning practice and serves as the Chair of Sasaki’s planning and urban design practice. He has managed a wide range of campus planning efforts throughout the nation and also collaborates extensively with the Sasaki Strategies group, working to fuse the great traditions of planning with new modes of analysis and visualization.
He collaborates with all 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. He is dedicated to creating achievable planning solutions and seeks to advance the academic mission of the colleges and universities with which
Tyler holds a master of city and regional planning with a certificate in urban design from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor of arts in international studies and a bachelor of science in Spanish from Miami University.
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Tyler Patrick discusses space planning at Emory University at the annual meeting of the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)
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