Senior Designer with Corbin Design
Jeff Frank joined Corbin Design in 2005, and has been involved in planning and design for a number of trails projects throughout the United States. As a Senior Designer, he is responsible for all aspects of trail system design, from gathering input from client groups and the general public through detailed design, specification, bidding and installation. His designs are well known for being beautiful, functional, mindful of the context of the environment, durable and cost-effective.
Prior to joining Corbin Design, Jeff was Signage Designer for the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, IL, where he developed a variety of wayfinding and interpretive programs. He and his wife are avid hikers and travel extensively to experience the outdoors. Jeff has completed trail wayfinding standards for multiple urban/rural trail systems: Mammoth Lakes Trails in Mammoth Lakes, CA; Mecklenburg County Greenways, Charlotte NC; Forest Park in St. Louis, MO; Traverse Area Recreational Trails (TART) in Traverse City, MI and the Little Traverse Wheelway in Petoskey, MI. His current work includes wayfinding standards for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources/Northern Region and the Great Rivers Greenway in St. Louis.