Alison Kendall, LEED AP BD+C, AICP, Principal Architect, has over 25 years of experience in sustainable urban design and planning. She has worked in both public and private sectors on architecture, land use, transportation, housing affordability, open space and other planning and design issues tied to livability and sustainability. Ms. Kendall's experience in managing design and development review and complex redevelopment projects for public planning departments enhances our work with public agency clients, for whom we design successful community participation and implementation programs as well as clearly-written and well-illustrated urban design plans.
Alison Kendall is a member of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals, a National Safe Routes to School Trainer, and a speaker on Complete Streets and active transportation at numerous local, state and national planning conferences. She has managed preparation of bicycle master plans, campus master plans, school facility master plans, major redevelopment plans and downtown revitalization plans, all including integrated land use and transportation planning. Ms. Kendall is a League Cycling Instructor with the League of American Bicyclists and serves on the Board of Sustainable Streets, a non-profit committed to promoting complete streets and active transportation in Los Angeles County.
Alison Kendall is a licensed Architect in the State of California and is a LEED Accredited Professional with a Building and Design Specialty who has advised the US Green Building Council on Pedestrian Access Quality and green building education. She is also a Green Point Rater Advisor for Existing Homes and a Certified Green Building Professional with Build It Green, a California non-profit which promotes sustainable building and design practices. Ms. Kendall has taught Sustainable Design to engineers and architects in France at the Ecole Superieure d'Architecture de Montpellier and the Institut Universitaire de Technologie. She has designed and managed construction for green major renovation projects in Northern and Southern California. Ms. Kendall earned Masters degrees in Architecture and City Planning from the UC Berkeley Joint Program in Urban Design, where she taught energy efficient building design and site planning.