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- Kenneth Wood, P.E.
President of Land Planning

Capabilities

Planners and Engineers Collaborative was established in 1964 as a landscape architecture firm, and since that time has continued to instill the land planning capabilities for all projects. PEC+ specializes in master land planning for residential, commercial, municipal, parks, and mixed-use projects of all kind.

Planning is a common process to our culture; we assist our clients in preparing their developments for the future within a followed and given set of parameters. We begin by identifying the existing conditions, set realistic and achievable goals, and then implement a desired result. We then develop the timeframe and approach for reaching project goals within the limits of economic and policy parameters. PEC+'s strength lies in our ability to integrate our understanding of all aspects of a project—planning, engineering, scientific, and construction—into comprehensive "action plans" that are implementable and effective. Through a process of feedback, plans, and monitoring, we are able to produce a high quality planned development for our clientele.

Capabilities

• Zoning and variance consulting
• Adaptive management
• Business and strategic planning
• Campus planning
• Corridor/environmental planning
• Community planning
• Ecology and environmental planning
• Master planned communities
• Park and recreational planning
• Right-of-way
• Site suitability studies
• Stormwater planning
• Urban design
• Watershed planning

Phone Number

1-800-506-266
1-100-777-800

Contact

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Opening Times

Mon - Sat 8:00 - 17:30,
Sunday - Closed

Location

438 Marine Parade
Elwood, Victoria

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