Dylan Gehring
Designer / Planner

"Great places flow from great planning and collaboration. We must start there."
Growing up in Northfield, Minnesota, Dylan Gehring was inspired by its historic downtown, walkability, and strong community spirit. After a childhood of building model cities in the snow, sandbox, bedroom, and on the computer, it was obvious he was destined for his current career. Today, Dylan is a deeply curious planner with an ambition for learning, which has led him to further his education with a Master of City and Regional Planning degree from Clemson University while continuing to practice professionally with Plusurbia. Gehring is passionate about great design, economic development, and inclusive revitalization. In free moments, he has been exploring new cities across the country as fast as he can, and is proudly based in his favorite: Greenville, South Carolina.
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Dylan earned a BS in Urban Planning and Development at Ball State University, where he worked on local comprehensive, action, and vision plans as a student leader. After an internship with the award-winning City of Greenville, South Carolina, Gehring launched into his pursuit of a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning at nearby Clemson University.

Experienced in the planning process from both the public and private sectors, as well as through an educational lens, Gehring has led projects in multiple regions of the country at Ball State and Clemson Universities that have attracted press coverage, including a comprehensive plan, neighborhood action plan, vision plan, and a community indicators analysis. In 2021, he was a critical member of the first-place team in NAIOP Indiana’s University Challenge, a statewide real estate development competition.

Gehring sees planning as a mechanism with which to bring meaning and identity to cities and their places as they grow and adapt to modern pressures. With great design, analysis, stakeholder collaboration, and the structures for implementation, existing assets can be leveraged to attract new investment, creating the places of tomorrow.

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