Bradley Benmoshé is an award-winning urban designer and project manager with a diverse portfolio in community placemaking and revitalization. An advocate for meaningful community engagement and consensus-building, he works closely with stakeholders to define priorities, optimize resources, and design urban and suburban environments that are context-sensitive, equitable, and sustainable. His work includes master plans; design guidelines; streetscape standards; wayfinding plans; historic resource surveys; and comprehensive, neighborhood, and small-area plans.
Bradley holds a Master of Architectural and Sustainable Design and a Bachelor of Urban Design from the University of Florida. His multidisciplinary background informs his approach to each project, enabling him to connect small-scale design details with broader, far-reaching considerations at the neighborhood, city, and regional scales. Bradley serves as an Urban Design Committee member with the American Institute of Architects and is a member of the American Planning Association, the Congress for the New Urbanism, and the U.S. Green Building Council.
Bradley passionately enjoys photographing old and historic buildings, cityscapes, and nature.