Broaddus Planning is an award-winning firm recognized as one of the nation's premier campus planning, urban design and facility programming practices. The Austin, Texas-based firm has developed an expertise in delivering visionary projects for higher education, institutional, medical, research and government clients. Every Broaddus Planning project involves a collaborative process integrating sustainable planning principles and specific implementation strategies.

Broaddus Planning was established in 2003 as a division its parent company, Broaddus & Associates, and was eventually founded as its own company in 2010.  Broaddus & Associates is an innovative program management firm that provides services for owners developing design and construction projects. Responsible for the management of more than $6 billion in construction projects, Broaddus & Associates has developed a reputation as one of the nation's leading program management innovators, repeatedly ranking among the "Top 50 Program Managers" by Engineering News Record. With its origins rooted in an owner-oriented approach to projects, Broaddus Planning adheres to the notion that there should be a genuine connection between planning and implementation.

Broaddus Planning's services span from the visionary (strategic planning, place-making, image and identity, environment enhancement) to the very technical (design guidelines, space programs and standard, landscape plans, and utilities infrastructure). Additionally, the experience and comprehensive services of Broaddus Planning's corporate affiliates are a constant resource for project management, design, and construction expertise. Whether a detailed facility space needs assessment, an urban design, or a long-range campus master plan, the firm assists each client in charting a clear, successful path prior to implementation.

Broaddus Planning has been certified by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA) as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) for the State of Texas.  This program, which is designed to facilitate the participation of select businesses in state agency procurement opportunities, was expanded to include Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses during the last state legislative session.  Broaddus Planning is excited to be a part of such a worthy program, and is looking forward to helping entities across Texas achieve their HUB goals.