We have several ongoing collaborative partners that broaden the range of our expertise.
AECOM is a global network of experts working with clients, communities and colleagues to develop and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges. Connecting expertise across services, markets, and geographies to deliver transformative outcomes. Worldwide, AECOM designs, builds, finances, operates and manages projects and programs that unlock opportunities, protect the environment and improve people’s lives.
Steve Nivin is a leading thinker for the US creative economy. He has adapted methodologies to better understand how arts and culture influence our communities and regional economies.
Cultural Facilities Planning and Assessment
David Dial brings exceptional experience to projects involving cultural facilities. He has managed, built, opened and renovated facilities that include a range of museums, and performing and visual arts centers throughout the U.S. As an arts manager, he has also re-directed these organizations and led them in adapting to change.
Margie Johnson Reese has a 35-year portfolio as an arts advocate and arts management professional. Margie contributes to the field of Arts Administration as a consultant to local arts agencies and local municipalities, helping them develop inclusive arts policies that respond to contemporary community goals.
Arts Market Research
Surale Phillips’ experience focuses on designing and implementing market research and evaluation for arts and cultural planning projects.