Senior Associate Casey Bradfield, AICP
Office: 206 957 8586
- stakeholder and public engagement
- policy development
- land use, environmental, and public facilities planning
- research and analysis
- technical writing
- web and document design
A FEW OF MY
- polished final products
- strolling outdoors
- the Pacific Northwest (it’s home)
Casey is a communications and policy expert specializing in land use, environmental, and public facilities planning in the Pacific Northwest. She has 10 years of experience managing projects and conducting research, writing, and stakeholder engagement. Casey works with clients to develop recommendations for complex urban planning issues and to engage stakeholders in projects. Her technical skills include GIS and InDesign.
Casey earned a B.A. in International Political Economy from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma. She discovered urban planning while working with Washington D.C.’s smart growth community, which motivated Casey to earn a Master in City and Regional Planning degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is now an AICP certified planner.
Casey’s recent experience includes coordinating public engagement efforts, developing land use plans and technical reports, conducting environmental reviews, and updating capital facility plans. In 2012 she co-founded Young Planners Group Puget Sound with local leaders of the American Planning Association. To recharge Casey cooks, lifts weights, and strolls outdoors.
I create clear, quality materials to support a wide range of planning projects.