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"Global Site Plans has enabled us to construct more effective visual and written messages that communicate the unique attributes of our firm. The effectiveness of the design approach is continually validated through increased traffic to the site - leading directly to several new work opportunities for the firm." - Heather Menninger, AMMA Transit Planning
"Global Site Plans has helped raise People for Parks Los Angeles' profile on the Internet by revamping our website and establishing People for Parks on social networking sites to reach a young, socially conscious base of support." - Steve Weingarten, People for Parks Los Angeles
"Global Site Plans customized a pre-designed template website that looks nothing like a template. They were sensitive to my budget and ensured the unique qualities of my firm were distinguished. I am exceptionally pleased with their design and business standards." - Nidia Erceg, City Vida Consulting
“Relevant, innovative and cutting edge” is how Kennith describes The Grid. Nearly two years since blogging, from November 2011 to November 2012, Kennith George was with The Grid in its infancy and has seen it grow. When he began back in[...]
It’s a city where the car is unobtrusive, a city with neither noise nor fumes, where children can play in the street and people with reduced mobility can access businesses and services easily. Is it a utopia? No, it is the urban model developed by[...]
The increase of cycling in a city like Athens – or for instance Milan, Paris, London, Barcelona, Bucharest and other modern cities – makes sense and has merit, as it is associated with the sustainability of the city. When speaking about[...]
“Expo Gate: Milan's Gateway to the Expo” is the slogan you can find on the Expo 2015 webpage describing the exhibition's entryway. The structure is located in Via Beltrami, in the city center of Milan, in front of the Castello Sforzesco.[...]
It’s hard to believe that six months have gone by since I was hired here at The Grid. At the time of my interview in June 2013, I was working as a limited-term employee at the Regional Climate Protection Authority (RCPA) in Santa Rosa, CA and[...]
It’s been slightly over a year since I started writing for The Grid, and the journey has come to an end. Starting in November 2013, while a postgraduate student, I began the journey of writing 27 blogs on diverse urbanism topics. The[...]

Artists in Toronto have long been undervalued. "Artists were constantly pitching projects to the city, but there was never enough money [in the city budget]," said Devon Ostrom, co-founder of BeautifulCity.ca, an alliance of[...]
“By suggestion and example, I believe children can be helped to hear the many voices about them. Take time to listen and talk about the voices of the earth and what they mean—the majestic voice of thunder, the winds, the[...]
I was standing precariously on the edge of the sidewalk trying to get some good images of the buses in Lima, Peru, when I noticed that most of them were lopsided, tilting slightly to one side, a detail I had never noticed[...]
It’s incredible to be writing my last post for The Grid, as it seems like my internship has just begun. The author from the Willis Tower Skydeck In my day job, I work for an energy affiliate of the Center for Neighborhood[...]
My first post for Global Site Plans was published in January. I was eager to write for The Grid, and treated it as an opportunity to explore the urban planning issues and interface with those[...]
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