Milt Rhodes is an urban designer and environmental planner who works to ensure that natural resources become a part of a longer lasting effort in civic place-making and sustainable development. Milt has been a Planning Director (Bluffton, SC) and project manager on a variety of development projects that were built using Form-Based Codes and Illustrative Master Plans. With more than 15 years of experience working in the public and private sector, Milt brings a unique perspective to placemaking, urban design, and development. Based in the Triad region of North Carolina, Milt is the principal planner and project manager for a 400-acre, mixed-use development that includes three distinct neighborhoods: a Village Center, and a neighborhood commercial district created using the tenets and principles of traditional neighborhood development and the New Urbanism. Milt has worked throughout the United States and has worked internationally providing urban design, coding, environmental planning, and sustainable development assistance in Honduras and Costa Rica. Milt has degrees in Geology (College of Charleston), Urban Planning (SUNY Buffalo) and Architecture (University of Miami), and resides in Greensboro, NC.