Municipal projects, by their nature, serve the entire community, and are therefore subject to much public interest and scrutiny. When designing municipal projects, Cleary Zimmermann takes into account input from all stakeholders, including political leadership, facilities and development staff, and constituents. While we know it's impossible to please everyone, we try our best to design in the best interests of all parties. We prioritize designing energy efficient facilities that stand the test of use over changing administrations and that serve as examples for the community through sustainability metrics such as LEED® certification. We coordinate and collaborate with the project team, civic leadership and other stakeholders through multiple review processes and design changes to ensure that the final project best serves the public, and maintains the confidence of the taxpayers. And since municipalities manage such a wide variety of project types - fire stations, convention centers, entertainment venues, maintenance facilities, airports, libraries, office buildings - we prioritize developing a holistic understanding of the municipality's needs and hot button issues regarding each individual project.