Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) / Low Impact Development (LID)


Projects


Northshore Summit Park

1/28/15

Location: Kenmore, WA Innovative engineering transformed 3.6 acres of underutilized, waterlogged open space, into a quality multiuse park featuring picnic areas, playgrounds, trails, wetland, and forest.  Ensconced in a residential neighborhood, finding engineered solutions that carefully  balanced environmental and neighbor concerns, community wish lists, and site constraints was essential.  Significant drainage and grading improvements were required
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25th Street Bike and Pedestrian Improvements

2/25/14

Location: Bellingham, WA OCI is responsible for the design and PS&E for the bioretention system and community support. Located along 25th St, between Bill McDonald Pkwy and Douglas Ave, the project includes adding bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides of the street, intersection improvements at Taylor Ave and Douglas Ave, and a bioretention system. The bioretention
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Redmond Stormwater On-Call

2/25/14

Location: Redmond OCI is under contract to provide stormwater and professional services to the Natural Resources Division for the City of Redmond. OCI is working with the City on Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), such as stream/habitat protection or improvement, fisheries enhancement, streambank stabilization or erosion repair, small and large regional stormwater conveyance and water quality
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76th Street and 145th Avenue Pervious Pavement

2/25/14

Location: Redmond, WA Since 2008, OCI has been the prime consultant working with the City of Redmond to resolve multiple persistent stormwater issues.  To date, there have been 19 tasks involving approximately 40 individual sites. Each of these tasks requires OCI to be agile and responsive to identify the project problem, review options, and develop
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Venema Natural Drainage System

2/25/14

Location: Seattle, WA OCI was the prime for the award-winning Venema Natural Drainage System project. The design project retrofitted six residential city blocks with roadside bio-retention cells and underground injection control wells (UICs) providing water quality treatment, infiltrating runoff from the street, and reducing runoff peak flow and volume. As all the construction is within the
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