Steven G. Cecil, AIA, ASLA
Harriman‘s master planning services include visioning, comprehensive master plans, neighborhood master plans, town center master plans, and site specific or parcel specific master plans.
Harriman delivers the varied expertise needed in order to successfully “put places together.” We have proven our distinctive ability to provide actionable creative physical design and planning solutions that are specifically tailored to the circumstances of each project. Harriman translates strategic goals into practical plans and designs that are highly responsive to complex economic, regulatory and community considerations. Our projects are distinguished because they recognize and link relevant historic, cultural and environmental contexts. Through extensive research and analyses coupled with client and community desires, we develop plans that highlight the unique and best attributes of a site or community, both now and in the future, that will result in success.
Associate, Director of Planning
The Town of Burlington is a suburban community of 25,000 residents that is also home to regional, national, and international … Read More
This planning study provided the urban design structure for the long-term redevelopment of a large triangle of land that is … Read More
The Tewksbury Town Center Master Plan project included careful analysis of current conditions and future opportunities and constraints. A compelling … Read More
Harriman prepared a Master Plan to advance an appropriate land use program and zoning initiatives for the community within a … Read More
The 16,000-acre Camp Edwards, located within the Massachusetts Military Reservation, has historically been one of the premier training facilities in … Read More
Harriman led a multi-disciplinary planning and design team, assisting the Boston Redevelopment Authority in preparing a district master plan for … Read More
Harriman developed a long-term, sustainable vision for South Orange, a suburban village located in the New York Metropolitan area. The … Read More