Joseph Pobiner, FAICP

@ Master Planner / Urban Design Leader at Gensler

Joe Pobiner plans and designs sustainable, resilient and memorable cities and places across the US and globally. He has directed complex, high-profile, large-scale, and time-critical projects in 41 US states and 31 countries, covering more than 250 million acres (over 386,000 square miles). He is a Planning + Urban Design practice leader at Gensler in Dallas.

His practice includes award-winning work throughout North America, Central America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. This includes high-visibility, forward-facing projects which strategically define sustainable and resilient places, position them for enduring growth, and foster humane development patterns, environmental protection, and cultural enrichment. He has applied responsible planning and urban design principles that strengthen the physical, natural, economic, and cultural framework of a rapidly urbanizing planet.

He has been inducted into the AICP College of Fellows, is accredited by the Congress for the New Urbanism, and was named a Distinguished Alumnus of the Ohio State University. He also serves as the US President of the International Society of City and Regional Planners, a worldwide planning organization based in The Hague.