Today’s communities face extraordinary challenges—from the growing impact of climate change and the housing crisis to the realities of aging infrastructure and environmental health inequities.
Golden State Warriors Event Center and Mixed-Use Development
Totaling nearly two million gross square feet within the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Plan Area of San Francisco, this mixed-use development includes a 700,000 square-foot arena event center that is home to the Golden State Warriors basketball team, as well as office, retail, and active recreational uses.
San Francisco, CA
Client: Golden State Warriors Arena LLC
SCAG Climate Adaptation Planning Framework
Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has prepared a comprehensive framework for climate adaptation planning to help local governments across the region’s six counties and 191 cities plan and prepare for the impacts of sea level rise, extreme heat, increasingly frequent and damaging wildfires, and other climate-related hazards.
Orange County, CA
Los Angeles County, CA
Ventura County, CA
San Bernardino County, CA
Riverside County, CA
Imperial County, CA
Client: Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)
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For decades, we’ve partnered with a wide range of public- and private-sector clients to generate positive change in the places we all live: urban waterfronts, rural floodplains, coastal villages, and suburban greenbelts.
Our team provides sound science and engineering, technical guidance, and policy recommendations to decision makers charged with managing, protecting, conserving, and restoring these valuable assets.
By combining practical knowledge and specialized expertise, we help communities develop and implement plans that prepare them for the future through improved transportation systems, climate change mitigation and adaptation, floodplain and shoreline management, and addressing environmental health inequities.
We guide our clients through the entire environmental and community planning processes—from vision and concept to plan and project development, evaluation, and implementation.
ESA’s integrated approach focuses on balancing our clients’ goals and desired outcomes with the need to protect critical resources, address socioeconomic concerns, and enhance the resiliency and livability of our communities for future generations.
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