David Dixon

David Dixon is Vice President, Planning and Urban Design Leader, Stantec's Urban Places. Residential Architecture Magazine named David to their Hall of Fame as “the person we call to ask about cities.” In recent years he’s led planning in post-Katrina New Orleans, transformed strip malls into new suburban downtowns, and initiated a broad reappraisal of the role of density in building more livable, resilient, and equitable communities. A sought-after expert in urban planning and design, David is well known for helping create new, mixed-use urban districts (in both cities and suburbs) and the planning, revitalization, and redevelopment of downtowns.

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Planning for life in cities after the pandemic

Here's how we can help our clients and communities transition to planning in the post-pandemic world.