Projects


Public and Cultural


Suquamish Master Plan

5/6/20

Location: Kitsap County, WAOwner: Suquamish Tribes Located on the edge of Puget Sound, the 2000-acre Port Madison Reservation is the ancestral home to the Suquamish Indian Tribe. Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) team members worked with the tribe to develop a long-range master plan to accommodate growth for future generations while preserving the native landscape and
( Read more... )

Rainier Beach Gateway

5/6/20

Location: Seattle, WAOwner: City of Seattle Rainier Avenue South is often considered the “main street” for adjacent business districts and residential neighborhoods; however, it is also one of the least safe roadways in Seattle for pedestrians. Working with Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development, Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) team members developed a conceptual plan that
( Read more... )

Bainbridge Island Farmers Market

5/6/20

Location: Bainbridge Island, WAOwner: City of Bainbridge Island Osborn Consulting Inc. (OCI) team members’ award-winning design of the Bainbridge Island Farmer’s Market was developed to be a flexible space to accommodate multiple uses, such as the farmers market, event overflow parking, and seasonal outdoor performances. By incorporating sustainable features such as a ‘grass pave’ system
( Read more... )

Cottage Grove Park

5/6/20

Location: Seattle, WAOwner: Seattle Parks and Recreation Through a series of design charrettes, Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) team members worked with community stakeholders and the Seattle Parks Department to create a variety of community spaces within the small urban park. The park was made possible by combining an old road end (which was actually leftover
( Read more... )

Suquamish Veterans Memorial

5/6/20

Location: Port Madison Reservation, WAOwner: Suquamish Tribe The Veterans Memorial was designed to honor local native and non-native individuals who have served in the armed forces. The site overlooks the Community House and has views of Mt. Rainier and the waters of Agate Pass. At its heart of the design are four House Posts carved
( Read more... )