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Suburban Retrofit in the National Capital Region

Our team helps suburbs look at their future—reimagining them as 21st century centers of community—to enhance economic competitiveness, fiscal sustainability, equity, and resilience.

Building the low-carbon suburbs of the future

In the National Capital Region, Stantec’s Urban Places suburban retrofit strategy is led by Jason Beske and John Bachmann, who have helped plan dozens of walkable, low-carbon communities in the region.

They are supported by a local team to deliver services regionally and a national team of subject matter experts across a variety of urban disciplines.

Shifting markets, changing demographics, and new fiscal realities are pushing North American suburbs to rethink how they look and feel.

To help suburbs transform to meet the growing demand for urban living, we look at the context, opportunities, and challenges through various lenses—planning and urban design, real estate markets, economic development, mobility, fiscal impacts, environmental, political, community goals, branding, and others—to identify potential achievable options.

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Meet Our Team

Jason Beske, Principal, Senior Urban Designer

My goal is to help communities create places of lasting value that are centered on people.
Jason Beske Principal, Senior Urban Designer Read More

John Bachmann, Senior Principal

I’m passionate about making vibrant, walkable cities that shrink our carbon footprint and improve the quality of life for everyone.

Greg Rodriguez, Principal, Mobility Policy

With mobility innovations like micromobility and automated and connected vehicles, we’re creating safer and more equitable transportation.

Jason Beske

Principal, Senior Urban Designer

John Bachmann

Senior Principal

Greg Rodriguez

Principal, Mobility Policy

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