Stephen Coyle, AIA, LEED AP, CNU has over 30 years of experience as an architect, urban designer, and public facilitator in a wide range of public and private projects around the nation. His specialty is managing and planning new and redeveloping transit-oriented public and private developments. Steve has worked at multiple scales and levels Ð from single buildings to regions, from new transit and waterfront facilities to redeveloped transit-oriented villages.
He has synthesized his experiences in both design and development into an approach that maximizes design by fully integrating architecture, circulation, codes, engineering, finance, and the project approval process. He is a national leader in the Charrette process that is often used to facilitate this management approach to a project.
Steve is co-founder of the National Charrette Institute (NCI), a non-profit organization that trains professionals in the art and practice of facilitating Charrettes - a collaborative process that empowers people with diverse interests regarding a project to work together and support the results, and co-author of the "Charrette Handbook," published in 2006 by the APA, and author of "Sustainable and Resilient Communities", released in March 2011.
AICP, LEED AP
Daniel Dunigan, AICP, LEED AP is a Planner with a wide range of professional experience including climate action planning, public outreach and Charrette facilitation, urban design master planning, detailed architectural specification, and all phases of design/build project management.
Prior to his focus on urban design, Daniel worked with a design/build architecture firm and completed projects including retail, residential, commercial, governmental, and mixed-use facilities, as well as participated in various volunteer organizations including Habitat for Humanity.
Daniel is a contributing author and collaborated on the creation of the book "Sustainable and Resilient Communities" which was released in March 2011.