ACP-Visioning & Planning, Ltd.
Creating better plans, better places through the integration of visioning and physical planning.

Location: 444 South Front Street, Columbus, OH  43215
                ph: 614-586-1500
                fax: 614-586-1515

ACP was founded in 1994 by Principals Gianni Longo and Jamie Greene. Mr. Longo and Mr. Greene have worked with communities of all sizes, from small villages and neighborhoods to cities and regions. Their clients include neighborhood organizations, planning agencies, local governments, not-for-profit organizations, institutions, and foundations. Together they have nearly 40 years of planning experience.

The ACP Principals are supported by a diverse and talented staff.

Primary Team Members for Comprehensive Plan Project:  

Jamie Greene, AIA, AICP (Project Leader).   Mr. Greene is a founding Principle of ACP with over 15 years of diverse planning experience managing and providing technical assistance for visioning, and strategic and comprehensive planning projects. 

Kim Littleton, AICP (Team Leader).  Mr. Littleton is a senior planner manager with extensive experience in planning projects for all levels of local government, including villages, cities, townships and counties.

ACP's Philosophy

Places citizens at the heart of planning - through meaningful public participation.
The heart of the firm's methodology - linking public participation and strategic implementation - is based on nearly 20 years of expertise in community visioning. ACP uses public involvement as the foundation to develop plans that reflect a community's vision, to gain support from a broad constituency, and lead to implementation.

Gets things done effectively - through a mix of intuitive and informed activities.
ACP has created and refined a method consisting of a series of carefully designed and facilitated public meetings with intensive interaction among citizens, stakeholders, staff and consultants. The meetings are designed to integrate the intuitive aspects of visioning with technical information and foster consensus on items such as land use alternatives, goals, objectives, strategies, and design solutions.

Conveys ideas with clarity - through effective visual and verbal communication techniques.
ACP uses techniques ranging from a modified form of the nominal group technique to a proprietary goal writing methodology. They include visual techniques - such as Future Vision Assessment Surveys, Good Places Bad Places, and the Building Block exercise - designed to engage participants in an intuitive decision making process.

Facilitates implementation - through ownership of results and continuity in how communities make decisions.
ACP approaches every project with implementation in mind at the outset. The ACP visioning methodology has proven to be a catalyst for building public consensus and setting public policy framework for development. ACP creates plans that are responsive to the community, meet locally defined needs and are implementable through broad-based partnership of the public, private, and civic sectors.

Sub Consultants

Transportation planning, engineering and environmental services

Burgess & Niple Engineers
Capital Center Suite 920
251 North Illinois Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
ph: 317-237-2760

Economic development and strategic planning

Donald T. Iannone & Associates
6838 Deepwood Lane
Mayfield Village, OH  44143
ph: 440-449-0753


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