Tetra Tech creates collaborative, stakeholder-driven planning solutions to help our military and municipal clients meet their mission, improve resilience, and support a high quality of life for all community members.
We create stronger and more resilient communities, whether it’s a military installation or an entire region. We integrate a client’s mission, vision, and existing conditions and constraints with the known planning requirements to generate Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC)-compliant plans that can reliably guide decision-making as the community evolves over time.
- Vision, goals, and objectives development
- Installation master planning and planning standards
- Installation, area, district, and long-range development planning
- Planning charrette reports
- Asset evaluations and basic facilities requirements
Our certified charrette facilitators are adept at leading diverse stakeholders through multidisciplinary workshops that promote joint ownership of solutions. Rather than solve a problem through disjointed meetings, we bring together experts for an intensive, cooperative effort and use the consensus-built outputs of the planning charrette to create distinctive planning solutions.
- Public outreach
- Collaborative planning charrettes
- Consensus building and facilitation
- Community and visual preference surveys
Military Installation Resiliency
Our work for local and federal government entities makes us uniquely qualified to tackle complex compatible use planning issues. We combined hazard risk analysis, local resilience priorities, and recommended strategies with detailed implementation information in the final Military Installation Resilience Review for the Sierra Army Depot. The report serves as a roadmap for improving community resilience and measuring progress. Tetra Tech takes a holistic view of the installation and surrounding community and considers all aspects of compatible resource use and building solutions that improve the resiliency of the community and military installation.
- Compatible Use Plans (formerly known as Joint Land Use Studies)
- Military installation resilience review
- Encroachment management plans and implementation
Building Broad-based Resilience
- Military installation resilience
- Community resilience
- Utilities resilience
- Facility and infrastructure resilience
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