Winterbrook helps schools plan facilities to meet their changing needs. Our planners collaborate with schools at all grade levels, from elementary to post-secondary, on renovations, building additions, new buildings, and campus-wide master plans. We address the complex needs of institutions, working collaboratively with educators, students, and neighbors to get things done.
“Winterbrook’s professionalism, expertise, understanding of the process, and ability to communicate to the State, County, District and public was outstanding.” David Horner, Director of Business Services, McMinnville School District No. 40.
Winterbrook led land use permitting tasks to expand two new elementary schools in Gresham, both adjacent to public parks and within established residential neighborhoods.
Winterbrook led land use permitting tasks for approval of new elementary school in Gresham, on a school district site in a residential neighborhood, adjacent to a city park.
Winterbrook has prepared a series of land use applications for PCC consistent with a campus master plan. Completed projects include two major additions to existing campus buildings (Building 7 and Building 5) and a new child care center.
Winterbrook obtained land use permits for a new building on PSU’s downtown campus. Winterbrook managed a complex land use review process that required design review and adjustments.
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.
Winterbrook led land use permitting tasks for two major expansions of McMinnville High School, in 2007 and in 2016.
Winterbrook provides on-call planning services to Catlin Gabel on a range of land use issues.
Winterbrook led planning and permitting for an early childhood learning center, coordinating with the school district, public agencies, and area residents.
With Portland Community College, Winterbrook worked with a multi-disciplinary team to prepare an impact mitigation plan for campus expansion in Northeast Portland.