Co-Founder, PointC, LLC
David Grannis cofounded pointC, LLC to bring a strategic private-public partnership approach to solving critical urban infrastructure and land use problems. David specializes in developing and implementing public-private partnerships resulting in approval, action and implementation of creative and effective solutions. A self-described “generalist,” David holistically evaluates problems and develops the strategies, the partners, and the actions needed to effect change. He also oversees the funding and implementation of those strategies to ensure economic and ecological benefit.
- Serves as a strategic advisor/mobility consultant to public agencies, non-profit entities, and private sector companies working to address the interrelationship between land use and mobility sustainably. His clients have included: The Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority (ACTA); Century City Transportation Management Organization (CCTMO); City of Burbank; City of Los Angeles; City of Pasadena; Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA); NBC Universal; Rancho Mission Viejo; The Walt Disney Company; The Ratkovich Company; and Warner Brothers
- Served as a strategic consultant to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), Gruen Associates and Grimshaw Architects for the Los Angeles Union Station Master Plan.
- Served as the developer, lead consultant and author/raconteur for Vision Los Angeles, a 25-year transportation/land-use and air quality plan designed to help Los Angeles County become the most accessible region in the Country.
- Served as a strategic advisor/consultant to The Hearst Corporation in its successful conservation agreement to protect the 80,000-acre Heart Ranch in perpetuity.