Warren Price, an Urban Designer and Partner at Urban Strategies, is trained as an architect and has 25+ years of professional experience in urban, campus and community design and planning. This includes all aspects of project development such as; facilitation and coordination, site contextual analysis, detailed design and vision concepts; master plans; transportation oriented development plans; and urban design and streetscape design guidelines. Warren has a thorough understanding of the design and planning issues facing post-secondary educational institutions today. He helps institutions define planning directions and realize development priorities. He has led, designed and managed numerous campus and facility master plans including plans for Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey, Cornell University in Ithaca, New York,and Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He is currently leading the campus master planning for Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Burnaby, BC and is also planning of a portion of SFU’s Surrey campus. Warren has prepared master plans for the downtowns of Hartford, Connecticut, Charleston, South Carolina and St. Albert, Alberta. He has also contributed to several Heritage Conservation District Studies within Toronto. Warren regularly speaks at conferences and is a faculty member of the Institute without Boundaries, George Brown College, Toronto. He is also a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
Transit Oriented Development Opportunities Analysis2004
University of Guelph Campus Master Plan
The University of Guelph was established as an agricultural college nearly 140 years ago. Since then it has evolved into a comprehensive university and one of Canada’s largest research institutions.
University of Cincinnati2015
Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan
The Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan commenced in January 2015 with the goal of creating a long-term vision for the Bathurst Quay community. The study will develop recommendations for public realm and transportation improvements, pedestrian and cycling connections and facilities, and open space and park facilities. The study will also develop an approach for the future of the Canada Malting silos and address traffic and access issues related to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.