Winterbrook has helped private entities achieve favorable outcomes in a wide range of planning situations requiring unique and broad problem solving experience.
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.
Portland Parks & Recreation is creating a new gateway to Forest Park, with a new trailhead, interpretive facilities, nature center, parking and school bus drop-off.
Winterbrook worked closely with retired Planning Director Harold Black to prepare amendments to the Natural Hazard chapter of the Wallowa County Comprehensive Plan.
Winterbrook prepared an analysis of the economic, social, environmental and energy consequences of three regulatory options for protecting significant wetlands and riparian corridors within the Clear Lake Road Urban Growth Boundary Expansion Area.
Working with Metro, Winterbrook prepared a Comprehensive Natural Resources Plan (CNRP) for the 2,100-acre Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area in North Portland.
In the current Phase IV, Winterbrook is assisting the City and affected governmental agencies to develop a coordinated review process that considers and balances the needs of state and federal agencies when accommodating planned urban growth.
Winterbrook developed a tree grove inventory and assessment methodology and completed a comprehensive inventory of tree groves in the City of Tigard.
Winterbrook led the land use and sensitive areas review process for the siting and construction of a wastewater pump station adjacent to the Lake Oswego Main Canal.
Winterbrook managed a comprehensive evaluation of scenic, cultural and natural resources in a 7,000 acre study area to determine potential impacts from urban growth boundary expansion into the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.