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Paul Meuser

Paul Meuser, AICP, LEED AP

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Education
B.S., City & Regional Planning, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 1993

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional, 2007

Certifications
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP)

Paul is a professional Urban Designer and Land Planner with over 15 years experience creating innovative, transit-oriented and pedestrian-friendly mixed-use communities. Striving to balance the varied goals of homebuilders, developers, land owners and public agencies, his work emphasizes the creation of interesting, livable, sustainable neighborhoods that promote and reinforce a strong sense of place. Paul’s work places a special emphasis on developing people-friendly, walkable communities that provide a wide variety of housing in close proximity to jobs, schools, recreation, retail, and public transportation. His work represents some of the most prominent and prestigious projects planned for California in recent years. Paul’s projects range from planning small-scale urban infill sites to mid-size new towns and communities to the development of large-scale regional growth strategies. He is well-versed in the procurement of project entitlements and brings substantial experience to the writing and processing of Specific Plans, formulating Design Guidelines, facilitating Community Outreach, and managing projects from inception to approval. He is known for his ability to bring multiple stakeholders to consensus, fostering a strong sense of shared ownership in the communities he works closely with them to create. Paul’s desire to provide for human scale, civic identity, and ecological sustainability in his projects is guided by the principles of New Urbanism, Low Impact Development (LID), and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED AP). He is an avid outdoorsman, cyclist, runner and explorer committed to making a positive contribution to the communities in which he practices.

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