GAELLE BRASSEUR

GAELLE BRASSEUR

SENIOR URBAN PLANNER



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PHONE         619.230.0325 x4249

 


Gaelle's Latest Blog:

The Design List with Gaelle

September 12th, 2016

 


 

SELECTED RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:

 

Rams Hill Master Site Plan | Borrego Springs, CA | Redevelopment and
expansion of the existing Golf Resort Community toward an integrated
Desert Community. Site Area: 3,000 acres - 2,000 dwelling units, hotel SPA, commercial retail and services. Responsible for Golf Cottages, The Cove, parking lots, and Specific Plan


USD Master Site Plan | San Diego, CA| Project Designer | 
Master Site Plan and Architectural Guideline for the University of San Diego Campus including the expansion of the academic program, residential accommodation, sports facilities and utilities

 

City of El Cajon Transit-Supportive Land Use and Mobility Plan
El Cajon, CA | Project Designer | 
Urban Design and Outreach for a 260-acre Specific Plan situated around the El Cajon Transit Center. Also assisted with developing portions of the community outreach program and transitoriented feasibility study

Gaelle is a French Architect and Urban Planner whose creativity and sensitivity as a designer can

be seen in her past 10+ years of experience. She has lead large urban planning and transportation

projects in Europe, Asia, Africa and Middle East for renowned French firms AREP and EGIS Group.

 

Just prior to coming to the United States, she had the opportunity to be a par t of the creation of the new Business Line “My City by EGIS” and led a cross-functional team (urban and landscape
designers, transport and mobility engineers, sociologists and programming experts) toward
delivering innovative, sustainable and integrated solutions for new city planning, neighborhood
revitalization, and Transit Oriented Districts in Europe and worldwide.

 

Inspired by her cosmopolitan and versatile experiences, she forms an integral part of the M.W.

Steele Group’s Planning Team and contributes to our perpetual desire to challenge ourselves, our

designs and our way of doing things.