Specialists from Winterbrook Planning assessed the potential effects of the Bonneville-Hood River project on land uses.
Winterbrook has helped private entities achieve favorable outcomes in a wide range of planning situations requiring unique and broad problem solving experience.
Winterbrook Planning worked with Scotia Western States Housing on a development consisting of 63 condominium-style townhomes in Happy Valley.
Cherry Park Elementary, Gilbert Park Elementary, and Earl Boyles Elementary
Winterbrook worked with a property owner in the Mt. Tabor neighborhood of Portland on dividing an oversize lot to build a second house on the site.
Winterbrook led a two-step land use process to relocate the Warrenton-Hammond School District’s three public schools on a 58-acre site outside of the tsunami zone.
Winterbrook is assisting NNA Landscape Architecture with environmental documentation and permitting for trail and shelter improvements at the Columbia Children’s Arboretum.
Winterbrook leads the local land use and environmental permitting tasks for a planned new seismic-resilient water main below the Willamette River.
Winterbrook worked with the college on a major building expansion for new classroom and student services building (Building 7), and later for space to expand dining, student activities, classrooms, and the bookstore (Building 5).
Winterbrook prepared the Tualatin River Farm Master Plan in 2017. The master plan provided that foundation for the Watershed Management Division’s decision to relocate its landscape contracting business to TRF in 2018.
Winterbrook teamed with Anderson Dabrowski Architects to prepare a land use application for an Eye Care Center in Wilsonville’s Town Center area.
Winterbrook prepared a Type III land use application for a 31-unit townhome development at Ironcrest Estates in Gresham.