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Education and Relevant Certifications 

  • Master of Urban Planning, University of Washington 
  • Bachelor of Political Science, University of Washington 
  • American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) 
  • Facilities Analysis Software (iNFADS) Training 

Awards and Community Involvement 

  • Member, American Planning Association, Federal Planning Division 

Travis Curry 

Associate 2 - Planner

AICP 




Travis has provided customer-focused planning services to federal clients, such as the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, since joining our team in 2017. Travis is an effective project manager who creates a comfortable, collaborative, and productive space for his clients and his team. He is particularly skilled at stakeholder engagement and written analysis, and he combines stakeholder input with complex data to form practical planning narratives. A pragmatic leader, Travis identifies specific project needs and delivers targeted solutions for clients.  

His work at MAKERS has included asset management plans, requirements development, visioning and engagement, area development planning, and project development. He has led recapitalization plans, modernization and industrial process improvement strategies, and gap analyses. Travis regularly attends training sessions, conferences, and public forums to learn about evolving trends in federal facility planning, resiliency, urbanism, stakeholder engagement, and other factors critical to successful planning efforts.

Awards and Community Involvement 

  • Member, American Planning Association, Federal Planning Division 

Education and Relevant Certifications 

  • Master of Urban Planning, University of Washington 
  • Bachelor of Political Science, University of Washington 
  • American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) 
  • Facilities Analysis Software (iNFADS) Training 

Get To Know Travis

What are you happiest doing when you’re not working? Spending time with friends and family, playing music, going on bike rides, exploring the Pacific Northwest, and looking for new ways to combine all those activities in a single weekend. 

What’s your favorite book or podcast? I can’t stop listening to the ‘You’re Wrong About’ podcast. The hosts discuss people or events from the past that have been miscast in the public consciousness, providing a fresh take on stories we may have prematurely closed the book on.

What cause/nonprofit do you support? I really love the work they do at Bike Works, a non-profit that provides youth, families with limited resources, and others not traditionally represented in cycling with access to bicycling programs and community connections. Plus, their recycling program gets bikes out of the landfill and back on the road!