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 led the consultant team through the complex land use review process, which included extensive coordination with local governments and state agencies, property owners and public interest groups.
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 is assisting NNA Landscape Architecture with environmental documentation and permitting for trail and shelter improvements at the Columbia Children’s Arboretum.
Winterbrook is leading the Seaside School District’s application to amend the Seaside UGB to accommodate a new K-12 campus above the tsunami inundation zone.
Based on Winterbrook research related to the 1997 North Harbour Type III master plan approval and nine related land use decisions, BDS allowed a 264-unit apartment structure off North Marine Drive to be reviewed through a Type II process.
Winterbrook updated the master plan for Portland International Raceway – a major motorsports facility owned and operated by the Portland’s parks department.
As part of a multi-disciplinary team, Winterbrook developed a framework master plan to revitalize Oregon City’s Willamette Falls district.
Winterbrook provides on-call planning services to the school on a range of land use issues.
Winterbrook led a team including Johnson-Reid, Otak, and DKS in evaluating the City of Scappoose’s ability to capitalize on its unique economic development and locational advantages.
As part of a multi-disciplinary master planning team, Winterbrook worked closely with affected North Portland neighborhood associations and city staff to prepare an impact mitigation plan for campus expansion.