Master Plan Team

McCabe Enterprises
Planning, Economic Development. Public participation
McCabe has over twenty-five years experience working as a planner in community and economic development. She was honored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation with their national award for her work revitalizing Roslindale. She has worked with a wide range of downtowns, suburban and urban, to develop effective market-based revitalization strategies, including Hingham, including many redevelopment projects, including Rockland, Gardner, Hingham, and East Somerville.

PARE Corporation
Civil Engineering, Master Planning & GIS, Transportation & Wastewater

PARE Corporation is a multi-disciplinary firm of engineers, scientists and planners, with offices in Foxborough. PARE provides expertise on traffic, parking, multi-modal transportation, wastewater, and master planning. As a multi-disciplinary engineering, PARE’s role will be to address the constraints and cost considerations in economic development. PARE Corporation will provide the team’s GIS capabilities and assist with build-out analysis.

J. Mecca Design
Urban Design & Downtown Revitalization
J Mecca brings experience in urban design and architecture to the team and has worked in both urban and suburban settings in Massachusetts, New York, Virginia and Florida. Projects in the greater Boston area include work with the Boston Main Streets Program, Revere, Holyoke and Brockton. She brings a breadth of experience in enabling communities to understand downtown revitalization and the impacts of proposed redevelopment projects. 

Paul Lukez Architecture
Suburban Development & Visualization 
Paul Lukez Architecture (PLA) will bring their nationally recognized expertise in suburban development patterns to the team, including revitalization of town centers. Paul Lukez is the author of Suburban Transformations published by Princeton Press. PLA was founded with the mission to transform environments into sustainable and poetic places. The firm is committed to incorporating research and fact-based frameworks to inform the design, land use and master planning process and evaluation of alternative scenarios.

 

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