Joseph Pobiner, FAICP



FAICP Statement

Since 1977, Joseph Andrew Pobiner has promoted responsible and sustainable planning principles. Using technology to deliver these principles effectively and efficiently, he has influenced responsible planning in communities throughout the U.S. and internationally, including rapidly growing cities, the first countywide plans in Texas history, and plans for mixed-use destinations in 24 countries worldwide. Mr. Pobiner's approach to master planning embraces unique designs and responsible development patterns which respect local culture. From edge city plans promoting walkable neighborhoods to the creation of vibrant mixed-use urban destinations, he develops creative and responsible solutions to complex challenges. Inducted 2010.

Education

Ohio State University
Graduation Date: August, 1976
Degree Level: Undergraduate

Ohio State University
Graduation Date: June, 1978
Degree Level: Graduate
Planning Degree

Work Experience

JPC International
Managing Director/Principal
August,2014 - September,2012
Dallas, TX

United States

HKS, Inc.
Vice President/Director of Planning
January,2001 - December,2011
Dallas, TX

United States

PGAL
Associate Principal/Director of Planning
October,1997 - January,2001
Dallas, TX

United States

HOK
Director of Town & Community Planning
January,1994 - October,1997
Dallas, TX

United States

JJR, Inc.
Senior Associate
March,1990 - January,1995
Dallas, TX

United States

Gensler
Practice Leader - Master Planning & Urban Design
September,2014 - Present
Dallas, TX

United States

Atkins Global
Director of Planning & Landscape Arch.
January,2012 - August,2012
Dallas, TX

United States