Bobby Mordenti – Associate

Mr. Mordenti, aka Bobby, joined Teska in 2017, following 3 years as an Associate Planner and Urban Designer with the City of San Diego. Having worked in both the private and public sectors, Bobby has a solid understanding of municipal regulatory frameworks and the creation of practical policies and design guidelines. Well-versed in development review, Bobby also assists client communities with ensuring their vision and ordinances are consistently and succinctly applied to site specific and community-wide plans. Stay tuned for added credentials, Bobby is currently working towards his AICP certification.

Small Town Fit: Healthy People, Places and Policies in Davidson, NC | Published in collaboration with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Contributing article on environmental stewardship as it relates to the integration of public health and community building.

Go-To Tools:
Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, ArcGIS, various 3-D modeling programs including Sketchup, AutoCAD, and Microsoft Microstation.


Representative Projects

Community Plan Updates, City of San Diego: Created and produced context based guidelines and policies to be implemented through the City of San Diego’s regulatory framework. Designer for the Urban Design Element, produced, renderings and conceptual drawings.

San Ysidro Wayfinding Signs, Port of Entry, City of San Diego: Responsible for project management, facilitating community outreach and for oversight of design and installation of wayfinding signs within the port of entry district within the City of San Diego.

Central Village Specific Plan, City of San Diego: Project manager for a privately funded Specific Area Plan, worked with the community and consultants to produce a mixed use village vision plan.

Military Base Master Planning, Reid Planning: Created military master plans, asset evaluations and installation plans for naval and marine installations.

Airport Project Planning, City of San Diego: Reviewed development projects based on Land Use and the Airport Influence Area, which looked at noise, safety, airspace protection and overflight factors.