Winterbrook leads the local land use and environmental permitting tasks for a planned new seismic-resilient water main below the Willamette River.
Winterbrook provides environmental, planning and permitting services in support of some of the largest public facility projects in Oregon. Many projects require reconciling a complex array of policies and regulations, meeting aggressive schedules, and effective public outreach. We have earned a reputation for meeting these challenges with creative, cost-effective, and timely solutions.
“I think of you as the premier go-to firm for these difficult permitting situations.” Brad Phelps, PE, Powell Butte Project Manager, Jacobs
Winterbrook leads the environmental documentation and permitting tasks for the project, located near Force Lake. The existing pump station will be decommissioned, with the site restored to wetlands, and a new pump station will be built on an upland area across the street.
Winterbrook led the land use and environmental permitting tasks to allow expansion of Portland Water Bureau treatment and distribution facilities on the Lusted Hill site in Multnomah County.
Winterbrook prepared a detailed land use application to allow Clean Water Services to expand their watershed restoration operations at Tualatin River Farm.
Winterbrook led the land use and environmental permitting tasks for the historic redevelopment of open water features in the Washington Park Reservoirs Historic District.
Winterbrook served as consultant lead for land use, environmental, and greenway planning and permitting on a series of CSO projects designed to clean up the Willamette River. These projects are among Oregon’s largest public works undertakings.