Projects


Transportation


Safe Routes to School

5/6/20

Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) team members have worked with numerous school districts and municipalities to prepare safe route to school programs, including multi-modal and bus circulation plans, pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements, developing program guidelines, and supporting grant applications. OCI has a proven track record of understanding how schools work and integrating complex school functions,
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Henderson Gateway Park

5/6/20

Location: Seattle, WAOwner: Seattle Department of Planning and Development Adjacent to the Henderson Street Light Rail Station, Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) team members developed a conceptual plan for a new gateway park that will strengthen the sense of arrival from the station into the Rainier Beach neighborhood. The proposed design re-purposes a previously under-utilized parcel
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I-5 Collonade Park

5/6/20

Location: Seattle, WAOwner: Seattle Parks and Recreation Located in the least expected of places (underneath Interstate 5 in Seattle), the park reconnects two severed neighborhoods and creates community gathering and activity spaces. The design approach focused on reusing “lost space” and utilized recyclable materials. Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) team members applied Crime Prevention Through Environmental
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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
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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
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