Projects


Research and Effectiveness Studies


Eastern Washington Effectiveness Study Development

9/23/19

Aimee Navickis-Brasch, Phd, PE served as the Project Manager and Principal Investigator for this multiphase study as part of the Monitoring and Assessment requirements defined in Section S.8 of the Eastern Washington Phase II NPDES Municipal Stormwater Permit. Specifically, the permit requires that the jurisdictions (permittees) regulated under the permit work collaboratively with other permittees to
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Bioretention Soil Media Study

9/23/19

Aimee Navickis-Brasch, Phd, PE served as the Principal Investigator and Project Manager for this research project which was conducted in collaboration with the City of Spokane, The Lands Council, the University of Idaho, and Gonzaga University. The goal of the study was to develop a specification for a bioretention soil media amended with biochar that
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Sharp Avenue Feasibility Study and Performance Assessment

9/23/19

Aimee Navickis-Brasch, Phd, PE, served as the lead water quality and maintenance researcher as well as the adviser to civil engineering students who work on these projects. Her work on the feasibility study focused on summarizing the known benefits of permeable pavement related to pollutant reduction as well as the common maintenance practices and challenge.
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OCI Presentations at PNCWA 2019

9/4/19

Tarelle Osborn and Robert Parish, two of Osborn Consulting’s Principal Engineers, will present at the Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association 2019 Conference next week (September 8-11). The PNCWA Conference will be held in Portland, OR, for 3-days of networking, panel discussions, and workshops. Tarelle will present on setting and achieving inclusion goals on public works
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