Gain an understanding of how access management, vehicular and pedestrian circulation, and appropriate site layout fundamentals impact the long-term success of a project.
Whether you are developing a 400,000 square foot transit hub near a new interchange, the latest fast food restaurant (with drive thru) in a suburban setting, or a seven story mixed use development in a newly revitalizing urban core, your project will be doomed for failure if you can't adequately get your clients and customers to your business site and into your facility. No matter how good your product is or how wonderful your new business is, chances are that I, as a customer, will only venture there once if getting to and from and circulating around your site is a nightmare. This topic will provide you with an understanding of the challenges and successes of performing proper due diligence and comprehensive site design as it applies to access and circulation. Having a clear knowledge of how access management, vehicular and pedestrian circulation, and appropriate site layout fundamentals impact the long-term success of a project, can only lead to you being a better and more valuable project team member and assure many more commercial site development wins.
Rick Leuthold, PE
- Chairman and director of business development for Sanderson Stewart, a 70-person community design firm with offices in Billings and Bozeman, Montana as well as Denver and Fort Collins, Colorado
- Been with the firm for 35 years and is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year
- Have served many times as an expert witness on construction and development cases, taught classes at Montana State University on proposal writing, and presented on other topics such as “Raw Land to Real Land: an exploration into the overall process of turning unplatted and unzoned land into usable lots and parcels," and a presentation on “Smart Development”
- Received both the Billings Engineers Club Young Engineer of the Year Award and more recently, the Distinguished Service Award
- Been through LEED accreditation and was accredited as a certified development, design and construction professional with ICSC
- B.S. degree, civil engineering, Montana State University
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 406-698-6910
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