Experience with golf course projects has led to  larger community planning assignments and  opportunities to incorporate more significant planning principles at a larger scale such as: social, environmental and economic sustainability.


Creating a “sense of community” and one that is “sustainable” will lead to even greater benefits to the owner/developer and, more importantly, to the residents.



Arrowhead, Edwards, Colorado

Black Bull Ranch, Bozeman, Montana

Hacienda Chicureo, Piedra Roja, Santiago, Chile, S.A.

Crosswater, Sun River, Oregon

Granby Ranch, Granby, Colorado

Gray’s Station, Truckee, California

Hassayampa, Prescott, Arizona

Horseshoe Bend, Boise, Idaho

Lahontan, Truckee, California

Las Campanas, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Las Brisas de Chicureo, Santiago, Chile, S.A.

Loreto Paraisio, Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Mountainstar, Avon, Colorado

Oasis Palmilla, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico



Ocean Hammock, Palm Coast, Florida

Old Greenwood, Truckee, California

Rendezvous, Grand County, Colorado

Rancho Cielo, Belen, New Mexico

Rocking K Ranch, Tucson, Arizona

San Manuel, Pinal County, Arizona

Snoqualmie Ridge, Snoqualmie, Washington

Spanish Peaks, Big Sky, Montana

Suncadia, Roslyn, Washington

Three Sisters, Canmore, Alberta, Canada

The Rim, Payson, Arizona

Union Bay, Comox, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Vista Serena, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico

XS Ranch, Bastrop, Texas