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Trevor Barger brings with him more than 25 years of experience in land use planning and design and has led Espiritu Loci for the past 20 years. Trevor is also principal with Arizona Strategies, a land use strategy and real estate development company. The Espiritu Loci design team has worked on major master planned communities, alternative energy campuses, resort communities and historic ranches around the West. His award-winning, innovative designs allow his developments to be responsive to market conditions, attractive to major employers and create connectivity to the larger communities they serve. Trevor’s designs provide a cohesive environment for new development. Having worked for both public and private sector clients, at a variety of scales and project types, he leverages his experience to add value and assists clients in transforming vision to reality. Trevor’s multidisciplinary approach to design and ability to quickly integrate information makes him a trusted advisor to many clients. Building solid, long-lasting relationships is at the heart of his profession. Trevor’s practice centers in the desert southwest, but includes projects from across the Western region and the country.
A highly sought after lecturer, Trevor has served as an adjunct professor for ASU and presenter for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West. He has offered his professional expertise to the City of Tempe as a board member on the Development Review (Planning) Commission and Neighborhood Advisory Commission. In the community, Trevor has served on the board of directors for Childsplay, the Newman Center, the Giving Tree and advises the Catechesis of the God Sheppard and ChildHelp City. Trevor is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the American Planning Association and earned an Arizona APA award for his work for DMB’s Eastmark community in Mesa.

Speaking at the Following:

Mar 28

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Innovations in Housing Construction

10:45am – 12:15pm
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salon 5-8 (Salon Level 2)

Are the choices we make today going to make us stronger tomorrow? The housing industry is still leaning on the same construction methods and design solutions used decades ago; simultaneously, trends, demographics and technology have transformed dramatically. The forces of change are unapologetic. It isn’t enough to survive, we must position ourselves to thrive. By […]