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How to Create A Plan That Puts People First

We strive to plan sustainable, equitable, accessible, and desirable communities that improve the lives of those that live, work, and travel through the areas we serve. A major component of this process is ensuring a strong focus on a robust community engagement process to put people at the forefront.Read More

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Google. Apple. Coca-Cola. What comes to mind when you hear these words? For Apple, you probably think of technological innovation and... Read More
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Tactical Urbanism for Safer Streets

The Waterbury Green in Waterbury, CT is a lively hub for public transit in the heart of the City and is surrounded by popular everyday destinations for... Read More

FHI Studio News

Our #FHIFavorites from this Summer

This summer, the FHI Studio team had the pleasure to volunteer with one of our valued clients, the Bushnell Park Foundation! Our team assisted the foundation with maintaining the garden beds, spreading mulch rings around trees, as well as litter removal around the oldest publicly-funded park in the country.. Read More

Project Wrap-Up: Post Road Circle Traffic Safety Project

FHI Studio, alongside our partners at Tighe & Bond, is thrilled to announce the completion of the Post Road Circle Traffic Safety Project in Fairfield, Connecticut for MetroCOG! The FHI Studio team led the evaluation and conceptual redesign of the busy intersection of US Route 1 and... Read More

Hurricane Ida Sinkhole Repaired and Natural Resources Preserved in Time for Travelers Championship!

As a result of the heavy rainfall from Hurricane Ida last year, a track on the Wethersfield Secondary Freight Line was completely washed out, exposing a crucial pipeline alongside the 13th hole at the TPC River Highlands. FHI Studio was honored to have been tasked with the emergency wetland delineation... Read More

Battle of Ridgefield Consensus Planning: FHI Studio Partners with Ridgefield Historical Society for Community Design Charrette

In December 2019, the Battle of Ridgefield became the subject of intense interest when human remains were discovered in the basement of a historic 18th-century house. Though the remains have not been positively identified as either British troops, Continental Soldiers, or the militia, all other evidence suggests that they were casualties of the only inland engagement of the Revolutionary War fought in Connecticut. Read More