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Community Development

Community Development

Client: General
Location: FL
Service: Community Design & Regional Planning

Contact Staff: Joseph P. Loretta, RLA, LEED®AP, BD+C
 

Now in the twentiy first century near, many communities are taking a serious look at how to improve life for their current residents and how to attract new business and quality tourism. The goal of Genesis, is to assist communities in reinventing themselves by improving the quality of life while building constituencies for economic growth and enhancing key community assets. Our design and key engineering professionals have the unique ability to create the necessary linkages between the following key Community Building Blocks:

  • Government
  • Neighborhood Development
  • Recreation and Parks
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Utilities and Infrastructure
  • Natural Resources
  • Business Development
  • Economic Development
  • Cultural, Social and Entertainment
  • Human Resources and Services
  • Safety and Security
  • Land Use Controls
  • Regulatory Controls
  • Visual, Physical Design
  • Historic Preservation

Our capability to provide inventive integration between theses key Community Building Blocks helps to strengthen and diversify local economies while ensuring long-term economic growth and the enhancement of community livability.

Many times basic community improvements can be funded through State and Federal grant money. Genesis staff can assist communities in identifying and applying for these funds. Our typical clients include:

  • City/County/State Government
  • Citizens' Groups
  • Neighborhood/Homeowner's Associations
  • Merchant Associations and Coalitions
  • Public Interest and Non-Profit Groups
  • Civic/Community Business Organizations
  • Institutions
  • Economic Development Committees
  • Community Redevelopment Agencies
  • Downtown Development Authorities
  • Tourist Development Councils
  • Convention and Visitors Bureaus
  • Advocacy Organizations
  • Private Developers
  • Home Builders's Associations
  • Metropolitan Planning Organizations
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Community Development


FL

Client:

General

Location:

FL

Community Development

Now in the twentiy first century near, many communities are taking a serious look at how to improve life for their current residents and how to attract new business and quality tourism. The goal of Genesis, is to assist communities in reinventing themselves by improving the quality of life while building constituencies for economic growth and enhancing key community assets. Our design and key engineering professionals have the unique ability to create the necessary linkages between the following key Community Building Blocks:

  • Government
  • Neighborhood Development
  • Recreation and Parks
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Utilities and Infrastructure
  • Natural Resources
  • Business Development
  • Economic Development
  • Cultural, Social and Entertainment
  • Human Resources and Services
  • Safety and Security
  • Land Use Controls
  • Regulatory Controls
  • Visual, Physical Design
  • Historic Preservation

Our capability to provide inventive integration between theses key Community Building Blocks helps to strengthen and diversify local economies while ensuring long-term economic growth and the enhancement of community livability.

Many times basic community improvements can be funded through State and Federal grant money. Genesis staff can assist communities in identifying and applying for these funds. Our typical clients include:

  • City/County/State Government
  • Citizens' Groups
  • Neighborhood/Homeowner's Associations
  • Merchant Associations and Coalitions
  • Public Interest and Non-Profit Groups
  • Civic/Community Business Organizations
  • Institutions
  • Economic Development Committees
  • Community Redevelopment Agencies
  • Downtown Development Authorities
  • Tourist Development Councils
  • Convention and Visitors Bureaus
  • Advocacy Organizations
  • Private Developers
  • Home Builders's Associations
  • Metropolitan Planning Organizations