Andrejs brings to the firm a strong education and practice background in urban design and architecture, supplemented by professional experience at the intersection of public health and planning. Much of his experience is focused on visioning and planning for pedestrian- and transit-oriented design for campuses, corridors and towns.
Practicing within urban design and public health disciplines over the past decade, Andrejs has worked on a variety of projects at all scales. His project experience includes participating in and leading civic and public charrettes and community visioning workshops, preparing conceptual master plans, specific plans and regulatory codes, transportation analysis and strategy development, environmental stewardship, and public health analysis and responsive urban design strategies. His projects have ranged from site planning and project design to regional master plans throughout California and other parts of the United States and abroad.
Andrejs has presented on urban planning and health at local and national conferences and universities, participated in related committees and has published planning and visioning documents, and peer-reviewed papers. He also has significant expertise in visualization techniques such as photo-simulation, hand and digital design and presentation. He has contributed to award-winning projects such as The North End Plan for Michigan City, Indiana, the Tehachapi General Plan, the Lancaster Boulevard Streetscape Master Plan in Lancaster, and the Pasadena Corridor and Mixed-Use Guidelines.