VODA’s been working with a great new client for the last couple months in San Marcos, California. The TERI organization serves the needs of people with autism, with a range of educational and vocational training opportunities. We’ve been working with TERI to assist in planning a new 20-acre campus in San Marcos, incorporating landscapes of[…]
VODA worked on a team led by CRSA to craft a master land use plan for the Cache Logan Airport area. Involving all adjacent communities, the master land use plan was created to ensure that future development along the two major corridors adjacent to the airport was compatible with the continued operations of the airport. GIS and other mapping software was used to analyze environmental and developmental constraints to development in the study area.
Working on a team at CRSA, Mark Morris of VODA created graphics and maps for the University of Utah Heritage Preserve Management Plan. With the Heritage Preserve encompassing many acres of trails and open space in the foothills above the University, the plan was created in order to ensure the longevity of the Preserve, and mitigate areas that had been negatively impacted by human use.
Working on a team at CRSA, Mark Morris of VODA directed mapping and documentation for a needs assessment for five properties owned and operated by BYU- Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho. The project involved documenting existing conditions for the five properties, and making recommendations for future use and program expansion for the university.