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Community Engagement, Visioning
Charrette + Process Facilitation

Re:Vision works with public and private stakeholder groups to establish their project vision, program requirements, sustainability goals, and to engage as co-creators in the entire design process.

Using trained facilitators and interdisciplinary content experts, Re:Vision builds organizational/community consensus through a spectrum of strategies that range from week-long design charrettes to virtual programming sessions and digital collaboration tools.

Featured Projects

Mercy Neighborhood Ministries

Adaptive re-use charrette for design of a Center for Early Education, Adult Education, and Adult Day Programming.

Lancaster County Conservancy

Youth charrette for indoor-outdoor Urban Forestry Center on a 75-acre brownfield site.

City of Providence

Neighborhood charrettes for a Citywide Master Plan.

Stroud Water Research Center

Building design charrette for a water research center.

University of Iowa

Building design charrette for hygienic lab facility.

Friends Center

Community-wide sustainability visioning, fundraising workshops, and design charrettes for a multi-tenant campus.

“I am very excited and happy over the outcome of the charrette...you folks got us where we needed to go. THANK YOU for being so responsive to me, the staff, board, and our stakeholders! I’ve been getting calls this morning from excited charrette participants. One person shared that as she was watching the design team doing their magic she was in awe and asking – “who are these people, and how did we get so lucky to have them here?”


–Tracy Bowen, Executive Director, Alice Ferguson Foundation

“Re:Vision recently organized and managed a community design charrette for us where the participants were passionate and the issues were potentially contentious. They showed a deep understanding and appreciation for sustainable design, and were wise enough to know that there is not one path to a sustainable future. In our meeting, we had a skilled and perceptive navigator, showing respect for all points of view, who also kept her eye on our goals and purposes. Everyone left energized and hopeful.”


– Jamie Wyper, President of Roxborough Conservancy and Principal of Jacobswyper Architects

“I just wanted to thank you for an awesome day. You did an amazing job of leading and directing the team toward conceptual goals and exhibit ideas. I loved watching you in action.”


–JM, Interactive Exhibit Designer

“Your warm, professional persona went a long way toward creating a safe environment to make suggestions. The end result helps us move the conversation forward, and we are forever grateful to you for investing in our process.”


–Hayden James, First Baptist Church Facilities Committee Chair

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