As members of the Congress for the New Urbanism, Dover, Kohl & Partners views “disinvestment in central cities, the spread of placeless sprawl, increasing separation by race and income, environmental deterioration, loss of agricultural lands and wilderness, and the erosion of society’s built heritage as one interrelated community-building challenge.”
To meet this challenge we assist our clients in:

Revitalizing Downtown  & Historic Places

The world’s cities are rediscovering the heart of town. Physical design, organization, management, and promotion are all part of resuming work on the settlements already started and that’s the ultimate in “smart growth.”

Designing New Neighborhoods & Towns

Dover, Kohl & Partners designs highly marketable new neighborhoods with places to live, work and shop within walking distance. These new traditional neighborhoods are more functional, efficient, enduring and memorable than routine subdivisions.

 

Planning Cities & Regions

Metropolitan regions are the essential economic unit today, while environmental concerns call for stewardship of the even larger bio-region. The best new regional plans bridge the gap between close-up details and the big picture.

Reinventing Corridors

Great streets are rarely unintended. Most are the result of intentional design decisions made by visionary people, institutions, or communities. Balancing pedestrian and vehicular needs is essential to creating vibrant places where people and cars can coexist.

 

Retrofitting Suburbia

Making existing, in-town neighborhoods more desirable places to live, work or invest is the key to curbing outward sprawl. At the same time, suburbia can be made more livable and complete.

Shaping Transit Oriented Development

Creating compact, complete communities focused around transit has become a fast growing trend. Rising oil prices and traffic congestion are just two of the reasons driving the movement toward TOD.

 
 

Form Based Codes for Municipal & Private Clients

Redevelopment opportunities and increasing market pressure to create value in urban areas has helped pave the way for mixed-use urban infill projects. These projects are creating safe and vibrant places where people can work and live.

 
 

Over the past 20 years Dover Kohl & Partners has engaged in a variety of project types and demonstrated that we have the expertise and skills necessary to complete any urban design challenge. Our portfolio ranges from county-wide projects covering thousands of acres to private development projects as small as 10 acres.

Our services include: city/county-wide planningform-based codingnew community master planscommunity revitalization plans, and corridor plans.

 
 

Dover, Kohl & Partners has worked for a wide range of clients ranging from the public and private sectors. Our client list includes cities, counties, private developers and community activist organizations. The list below identifies some of the clients that Dover-Kohl has worked for:

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, AGENCIES, COMMUNITY GROUPS

  • 1000 Friends of Florida
  • AFM Consultants, Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Arlington County, Virginia
  • Baton Rouge Area Foundation, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Cape Coral Community Redevelopment Agency, Cape Coral, Florida
  • Capital Area Transportation Authority, Lansing, Michigan
  • ChamberSOUTH, South Miami, Florida
  • City of Albany, New York
  • City of Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • City of Arlington, Virginia
  • City of Beaufort, South Carolina
  • City of Bluffton, South Carolina
  • City of Bradenton, Florida
  • City of Carlsbad, California
  • City of Charleston, South Carolina
  • City of Cocoa Beach, Florida
  • City of Coral Gables, Florida
  • City of El Paso, Texas
  • City of Fayetteville, Arkansas
  • City of Fort Myers, Florida
  • City of Fort Pierce, Florida
  • City of Gainesville, Florida
  • City of Hercules, California
  • City of Iowa City, Iowa
  • City of Johnson City, Tennessee
  • City of Miami Planning Department: Miami, Florida
  • City of Miami Springs, Florida
  • City of Miami, Florida
  • City of Miami Beach, Florida
  • City of Montgomery, Alabama
  • City of Oakland, California
  • City of Ocean Springs, Mississippi
  • City of Port Royal, South Carolina
  • City of San Marcos, Texas
  • City of South Miami, Florida
  • City of Winter Park, Florida
  • City of Winter Springs, Florida
  • Collier County, Florida
  • Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, USVI
  • Downtown Renaissance, Inc., St. Thomas, USVI
  • East Cooper Planning Council, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina
  • The Fort Monroe Federal Area Development Authority, Hampton, Virginia
  • Fort Ord Reuse Authority, Marina, California
  • Jacksonville Transportation Authority (with Michael Baker International), Jacksonville, Florida
  • Jeddah Municipality, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Miami-Dade County, Florida
  • Sarasota County, Florida
  • St. Louis County, Missouri
  • Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • Town of Curridabat, Costa Rica
  • Town of Davie, Florida
  • Town of Fort Myers Beach, Florida
  • Town of Port Royal, South Carolina
  • Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council: Florida
  • University of Miami Miller School of Medicine: Miami, Florida
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Village of Spring Hill, Mobile, Alabama
  • Woodford County, Kentucky

INVESTORS AND DEVELOPERS

  • Allen Morris Company, Miami, Florida
  • BBX Capital, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
  • Boonecommunities, Inc., Davidson, North Carolina
  • Brentwood Homes, Summerville, South Carolina
  • Callery Judge Groves, West Palm Beach, Florida
  • Commercial Properties Realty Trust, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Edgar Jones & Company, LLC, Coral Gables, Florida
  • Fortune International Development Group, Miami, Florida
  • Graham Companies / Miami Lakes Properties, Miami Lakes, Florida
  • Greenstreet Properties, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Harvey Amster, South Miami, Florida
  • HPH Properties, LP, Charleston, South Carolina
  • Hudson Land Co., Inc., Montgomery, Alabama
  • The Humphreys Company, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • The I'On Company / Vince & Tom Graham
  • The JBG Companies, Chevy Chase, Maryland
  • KORAY Corporation, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Landstar Development Group, Coral Gables, Florida
  • LeylandAlliance LLC, Tuxedo Park, New York
  • Leucadia National Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Long Savannah LLC., Charleston, South Carolina
  • The Marquette Companies, Naperville, Illinois
  • Maui Land & Pineapple Company, Inc., Maui, Hawaii
  • Charles Modica / Love Street LLC, Jupiter, Florida
  • New Urban Communities, Inc., Del Rey Beach, Florida
  • One Seventeen Partners, Cullman, Alabama
  • PBH Flagstaff Holdings, LLC, Tucson, Arizona
  • RMGA/JRG USA/International Atlantic, Miami Lakes, Florida
  • Sheehan Realty Corporation, Jupiter, Florida
  • The South Main Building Company, Buena Vista, Colorado
  • Starkey Land Company, Odessa, Florida
  • Cal Turner, Jr. / First Avenue Partners, Brentwood, Tennessee
  • Urban Villages, Inc., Denver, Colorado