Aaron Tuley Joins Baxter & Woodman, Inc. as Senior Urban/Regional Planner
Baxter & Woodman, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Aaron Tuley, AICP, to our team as a Senior Urban/Regional Planner. With over 30 years of experience in urban/regional design and planning, natural and cultural resources management, and place-based spatial and policy planning initiatives, Tuley brings a wealth of expertise to the firm.
Tuley, a seasoned professional in the field of urban and regional planning, has consistently delivered successful results for clients through his systematic, multi-phased approach to feasibility determination, master planning, and facilities design. Guided by sustainable ecosystem management principles, Tuley’s planning and decision-making process ensures the integration of environmental considerations, cultural heritage, and the needs of various stakeholders. He is not only the recipient of numerous planning awards but also a published expert on planning, regularly sharing his extensive expertise through presentations and workshops. His areas of focus include climate change mitigation and adaptation planning, urban and environmental corridor planning, as well as the management and interpretation of cultural landscapes.
Tuley holds a Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Architecture from the University of Kentucky and a Master of Science in Architecture from Louisiana State University.
“We are thrilled to welcome Aaron to our team,” said Michael Kurzy, PE, Executive Vice President Baxter & Woodman, Inc.; “With Aaron onboard, we are well-positioned to continue expanding our planning services department while providing top-notch urban and regional planning for our clients.”