Cities around the world are recognizing the promise that greenspaces hold in reducing the risks of extreme weather, environmental degradation, and threats to public health. CSRS utilizes the latest technology to tackle challenges and opportunities through an inclusive planning process that identifies shared values and priorities while honoring the unique attributes of people and places. We combine our experience in project and program delivery with risk assessment, planning and grants management to help our clients achieve resilience.

Our approach focuses on reducing risk and negative environmental impacts through active engagement, constant collaboration, successful implementation and the encouragement of big ideas. We manage a wide range of projects from large and small public programs with multi-billion-dollar federal grant funding to mixed-use land developments, while keeping the benefit of the community at the forefront of our minds.

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“CSRS [provided] local professionals who quickly took managerial charge and delivered every program requirement including all transition activities within the period stipulated in the contract. CSRS continues to provide the right staff at the right time to meet all program requirements in an efficient and professional manner.”


Sherri H. LaBas, PE, Secretary, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development

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Stephanie Phillips Gros, PE, PTOE
Stephanie Phillips Gros, PE, PTOE

For over 13 years, Ms. Phillips has led a variety of transportation projects from identification, preliminary needs, project feasibility, design, and construction for LADOTD and other agencies. Ms. Phillips is a Louisiana Licensed Professional Engineer and Professional Traffic Operations Engineer. Serving as the lead for more than 80 transportation projects throughout Louisiana, for both the private and public sector, and completing over 60 transportation design projects directly for LADOTD, she has managed all aspects of project delivery, including planning, environmental documentation, funding/grant administration, cost estimation, permitting, and public/stakeholder outreach.

Ms. Phillips and her staff develop and utilize traffic models and conceptual plans to understand the complexity of transportation systems, identify problems and develop efficient solutions to effectively communicate the complexities of transportation systems in a simple manner. These models aid in the development of projects and benefit cost analyses in support of applications for grant funding.