Working together to define the future:
THE CITY OF BREVARD
The City of Brevard, county seat of Transylvania County, is home to over 7,600 residents situated between the Pisgah National Forest and the DuPont State Forest in western North Carolina. Brevard city officials and staff will work directly with the consultancy team and the identified Stakeholder Group in the development and implementation of CODE･Brevard throughout the municipal boundary of the city.
LOCAL STAKEHOLDER GROUP
The following members represent the Local Stakeholders Group participating on CODE･Brevard:
Josh Hallingse, Transylvania Economic Alliance
Elizabeth Harrison, Brevard College
Parker Platt, Platt Architecture
Heath Seymour, Heart of Brevard
Richard Caldwell, Architect
Doug Harris, Harris Architects
Jimmy Perkins, DD Bullwinkel's
Lori Roberts, Sunset Motel
The following firms represent the Consultancy Team contributing to CODE･Brevard:
Founded in 2010, Metrocology is a consultancy firm offering planning, coding, urban design, development and re-development positioning services to public and private sector clients in partnership with like minded professionals, developers and government agencies.
The Civic Hub works with individuals, groups, and entire communities to create a shared investment in their common future, providing specific community software visioning and social capital development strategies, along with clear paths for public implementation.
Ward Edwards Engineering is a civil engineering firm that offers a variety of site design and consulting services for both private and public clients. Their municipal stormwater consulting services focus on water resources planning and implementation; providing clients with creative, effective solutions that protect and enhance our natural water resources.
Urban3 is a private consulting firm specializing in land value economics, property and retail tax analysis and community design. Urban3 seeks to empower their clients with the ability to promote development patterns that secure a community’s fiscal condition while reinforcing a stronger sense of place.