Campbell Thomas & Co.

Community & Transportation Planning


Douglas Maisey
Project Designer / Planner


Mr. Maisey serves as project designer and planner for Campbell Thomas & Co. and is responsible for planning and design work related to the development of community, transportation, and park and trail projects. His work includes developing mapping and documenting project designs, preparing trail feasibility studies and project plans, and advancing community, trail, and transportation planning projects. His duties include in-depth research of relevant background information and historical materials, soliciting public input and workshops, preparing planning goals and objectives, analyzing potential alternatives, developing GIS, CAD, and Adobe design materials, and producing draft and final reports.


911 National Memorial Trail Feasibility Study: As part of the project team, Mr. Maisey gathered public input and developed the necessary GIS mapping to analyze and delineate feasible trail corridors across Pennsylvania between the Delaware Water Gap and the Flight 93 Memorial in Somerset County.

Flight 93 to Johnstown Trail Feasibility Study: Mr. Maisey served on the project team responsible for conducting a Trail Feasibility Study for the 911 National Memorial Trail from Flight 93 in Somerset County to Johnstown, PA.

Whitemarsh Township and Conshohocken Borough Riverfront Plan: Mr. Maisey helped develop goals and objectives aimed at improving access to the riverfront, connecting the local trails, and developing an active riverfront destination. Additionally, Mr. Maisey assessed and documented existing conditions, as well as prepared plan and section drawings for riverfront improvements.

Grand History Trail – Gettysburg, PA to Emmitsburg, MD: As a project team member responsible for developing the trail feasibility study between Gettysburg, PA and the Maryland state line, Mr. Maisey worked to analyze route alternatives, coordinate public workshops, and prepare recommendations for project alignments. Mr. Maisey is currently preparing content for the draft and final report.

PA Highlands Trail: Campbell Thomas & Co. is working with the Appalachian Mountain Club to implement the PA Highlands Trail through parts of Bucks and Montgomery County. Mr. Maisey was responsible for designing a park trailhead, parking area, and pedestrian crossing plan for a PennDOT mid-block crossing of River Road in Bridgeton Township. Additionally, Mr. Maisey has worked to develop signage plans for the PA Highlands trail corridor through both Quakertown and Green Lane Borough.

Belmont Plateau Trail Management Plan: Mr. Maisey worked on the project team responsible for analyzing trail connection improvements and a trail management plan for the Belmont Plateau cross-country running course in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. Mr. Maisey was responsible for the mapping of existing trail surface conditions and conducted extensive stakeholder interviews.

Downtown Scranton and Wilkes-Barre Bicycle Study : Mr. Maisey is a planner/designer on the project team responsible for advanceing trails and on-road bicycle facilities throughout downtown Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. As part of this work, Mr. Maisey prepared before and after section drawings to demonstrate how bicycle facilities can be incorporated into the existing roadway without jepordizing existing vehicular transportation.


American Planning Association: member
East Coast Greenway Alliance: member
Philadelphia Parks Alliance: member
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia: member
USATF (USA Track and Field): member


University of Vermont, 2010, B.S. in Recreation and Tourism Management

University of Illinois at Chicago, 2013, Master of Urban Planning and Policy