We bring passion and expertise to three focus areas integral to daily life.

Complex issues affecting communities

How we move around. The water we use. The way we think and connect with each other. At PRR, some of our work includes social determinants of health, stormwater infrastructure, road usage charges, commercial development, vaccine hesitancy, and transit planning. We know the lingo. And we know how to communicate it to those who don’t. Throughout the process, equity is our north star so our communications help reduce disparities and deliver positive social impact.  

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We specialize in issues from both the natural and built environments such as climate change, resiliency, water, energy, and urban planning to help people make informed decisions for their families, homes, communities, and the planet.


We help people make positive health decisions that align with their values and priorities. Our efforts motivate behavior change and support policy, systems, and environmental change for healthy communities.


We believe everyone should be able to access the places they need to go, safely and dependably. This is the foundation of our transportation work. We work on buses and trains, bike lanes and highways, and planning and construction.

Changemakers from coast to coast.

People are at the heart of our work, and we have some really great people.

Join our team.

We help our clients change the world for the better. Interested in joining the team?

Vision statement of anti-racism.

An anti-racist PRR dismantles systems of advantage based on race when and wherever possible. We engage staff of all racial identities in dismantling white supremacy culture at work. This  includes personal ideologies, beliefs, and behaviors. And, it includes removing white supremacy culture from the systems, cultural messages, institutional policies, procedures, and practices that PRR and our staff interact with and inform. We believe it is not enough to be “not racist.” We must be “anti-racist.”