Without a road map, how can we be certain of where we are headed?

This philosophy guides our approach to planning, whether for higher education, K12 schools, a healthcare facility or new multifamily assignment. Ensuring our clients have a thoughtful assessment of user needs and preferences, current building conditions, financial implications, land use challenges and opportunities, and other relevant factors all play a role in how we create a roadmap for project success.

In higher education, we partner most frequently with Tom Hier of Biddison Hier, Ltd. Tom's customized, thoughtful resource planning approach teams especially well with our architectural expertise to guide university administrators in the decision-making process. From master plans to market studies, program strategies, and financial analyses, the KSQ/BH approach to planning has benefited campuses across the nation for more than two decades.


(L to R) KSQ Managing Principal David W. Short, AIA, Senior Associate Monica Roberts, Managing Principal Armand Quadrini, AIA, and Tom Hier of Biddison Hier, Ltd. at SCUP's 50th Anniversary Conference