Alex is an urban planner with a strong foundation in economics and geographic information systems (GIS). His experience in real estate, website development and transportation planning allows him to approach projects with an eye for creative, effective solutions. Alex uses these skills to fulfill a broad range of project needs – from urban design to economic analysis.
Alex’s work at Fregonese Associates focuses on regional economic analysis, housing, and GIS. He has experience working at a range of scales, from site-specific redevelopment projects to regional visioning efforts. Past projects include scenario modeling for Wasatch Choice for 2040 as well as development of the Fiscal Impact Tool (FIT) in conjunction Dr. Chris Nelson at the University of Utah’s Metropolitan Research Center.
Before joining Fregonese Associates, Alex coordinated and provided detailed analysis for large infrastructure projects with the Oregon Department of Transportation. He also worked as a GIS analyst creating 3D city models for Google, as well as for various state and local governments in Oregon and California.