MODUS is thrilled to have worked with our clients on these award-winning projects!
City of Surrey and the City of Vancouver made it to the shortlist for the Smart Cities Challenge.
MODUS worked closely with the City of Surrey to design and implement engagement of over 5000 people and 250 community groups in the Recreation and Culture Plan’s creation, which was awarded Gold for Excellence in Planning by PIBC.
MODUS helped the City of Vancouver generate innovative, yet feasible affordable housing ideas for council’s consideration.
MODUS is helping the BC Provincial Government design, promote, facilitate and report out from a key engagement event to prepare the new Species-At-Risk Legislation for BC.
MODUS recently supported BC Housing and the BC Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing on a highly interactive, 165-person conference to examine options for partnerships in housing
The County of Grand Prairie is using extensive public input and MODUS experience to develop and implement a policy and strategy for more consistent and effective public participation.
Modus Planning, Design and Engagement is working on Squamish 2040, the Official Community Plan (OCP) update for the District of Squamish. More than 1,200 Squamish residents shared their ideas for the future in Phase 1 of the Official Community Plan update. Phase 2 of the update process officially launches today, with two main initiatives – resident-hosted OCPizza parties, and a public workshop focused around small group discussions on key topics.
Considering the investment that cities are making in building their libraries ($57m in Halifax, $245m in Calgary) and improving the public realm around them ($345m public improvement fund in Calgary), investing in an engagement process for the new libraries can really pay off. Learn more about our engagement on libraries!