Steinbrueck Urban Strategies: Led by nationally recognized architect, policy maker, and former Seattle City Councilmember Peter Steinbrueck, FAIA, brings exceptional sustainability planning, smart growth management and land use experience to a variety of teams.
Clients include cities, public agencies, institutions and corporate/private entities. It has a demonstrated record of proven results in public policy, land use, planning, and code and development regulations for livable cities.
Steinbrueck Urban Strategies provides mission-driven professional consulting services– complex problem-solving and strategic advice, to clients interested in advancing systems wide approaches to urban sustainability. This may include conducting systems assessments, examining current practices, and recommending change mechanisms to achieve a higher degree of sustainability in planning, development, and infrastructure, and ultimately a lower the carbon footprint.
Peter Steinbrueck is a 2010 Harvard Loeb Fellow. During his academic year, Peter’s research focused on the politics, planning, and best practices for advancing urban sustainability among cities in the United States and worldwide. Peter is a Core Member of the Working Group for Sustainable Cities at Harvard University.