Since 2006, Tullo Planning Group has successfully served the public and private sector clients throughout Florida and the Southeastern region in planning and landscape architecture. Our professionals are licensed in Florida, Georgia and Alabama. Tullo Planning Group is also state certified minority business, DBE certified and pre-qualified consulting firm with the Florida Department of Transportation. Our public clients include local and state agencies as well as universities. Our private clients include local and commercial developers along with individual residential homeowners.
Design is about creating better places for people and begins with inspiration from our client’s goals, the environmental attributes/features of a site, and the cultural and historical qualities of its region. This ‘hands on’ design approach coupled with extensive experience in Residential, Commercial/ Retail, Institutional, Mixed Use, and Campus Planning provides buildable opportunities for your project. TPG understands the importance of working through the regulation process is as critical as the design process. That is why relationships with both local and state agencies are maintained to better expedite projects.
For more than 23 years, Gina Tullo-Williams has provided innovative thinking and a hands-on approach to the clients’ needs in areas of design and land use expertise in all aspects of site development from Feasibility/Due Diligence Studies, Permitting, and Construction Administration. Her expertise has allowed for numerous success at all levels with a thinking ‘outside the box’ approach that results in increased client investment success. TPG’s expertise in Environmental and Land Use Planning in the southeast region assures a higher rate of success for both large and small scale land development.
Pursuant to the vision and the planning process, Tullo Planning Group continues a lead role in developing the details and performing the construction management service. TPG aspires to create designs that understand present living ideas, current construction techniques, and to develop fresh ideas. The detail process further develops the project’s connectivity and character.