Frank Fish, FAICP


Frank Fish is a founding principal of BFJ with over 40 years of experience in urban planning. He heads the firm's master planning, zoning, economic and development feasilibity practice areas. He has worked on a range of planning projects in the tri-state area and around the country from countywide master plans and statewide housing studies to large-scale developement proposals for private sector clients and the transfer of development rights (TDR) for Grand Central Terminal.

Mr. Fish is a fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners and serves on the board of the American Society of Consulting Planners. He has served as past president of the New York Chapter of the American Planning Association and has taught at New York University's Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service. He holds a Master of Science in Planning from Pratt Institute and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Boston College. Mr. Fish has received several awards for his planning work including the New York Chapter of the American Planning Association's Andrew Haswell Green Award for distinguished service in planning and the CIVITAS August Heckscher Award for excellence in community service.



Frank Fish, FAICP


August Heckscher Award 2012

Frank Fish is the recipient of the August Heckscher Award presented by CIVITAS, which recognizes excellence in community service.

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