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Peanuts Park

Located in the center of the community of Pasco in the Tri City area, Peanuts Park is the front door to local businesses, community events, and the weekly farmers’ market. Originally constructed in the 1970s, the revitalization and renovation of this 1-acre… Read More

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Leach Botanical Garden

  Including an added accessible elevated walkway called the TreeWalk, East Portland’s 16-acre Leach Botanical Garden has expanded which overlooks a nature path in a central section of the park. This open circular structure, 30 feet above ground, offers visitors beautiful vistas… Read More

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Cottonwood Canyon Experience Center

Beautiful, young, and rugged Cottonwood Canyon State Park is one of Oregon State Parks’ largest parks, recently opened in 2013. With more than 8,000 acres of land to explore, users can hike, horseback ride, hunt in the canyons and rocky grasslands and… Read More

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Fort Worden Art and Education Center

The Fort Worden Maker’s Square project is an adaptive reuse of three buildings that were in operation as military bases during the First and Second World Wars, that has been transformed into an arts and education facility with multiple gallery spaces, classrooms,… Read More

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Volunteer Park Amphitheater

Tasked with replacing the existing outdated masonry amphitheater, Owen Richards Architects developed a dramatic new covered performance space that not only expands upon the existing stage and attached restrooms, but provides significant infrastructure upgrades to support a wide variety of performances and… Read More

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Senator Henry M. Jackson Park Renovation

The City of Everett constructed this sustainable community park that honors Everett-native Senator Henry Jackson. This renovation project consists of a cantilevered column park pavilion with a large open skylight and three steel structures (restrooms and maintenance/storage building) with sloping cantilever roofs…. Read More

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Yesler Terrace Park

Lund Opsahl provided structural design services for this new 1.7-acre neighborhood park, part of a redevelopment effort from a low-income housing development to a combination of low-income housing, market rate housing, offices, and community spaces in this urban Seattle neighborhood. Structural elements… Read More

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Hing Hay Park

The expansion of this important urban park/plaza in Seattle’s Chinatown International District is part of a revitalization effort for this well-established community. Double its original size, features include a cultural performance space; custom integrated seating; and activity areas for ping-pong, seating, exercise… Read More

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Broadway Hill Park

This project consisted of a redevelopment of an inviting and popular community pocket park located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. A permanent cantilever soldier-pile shoring wall was added to stabilize a loose slope and secure the neighboring property, which allowed more area… Read More

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Pinnacle Peak Fire Lookout

The US Forest Service’s Pinnacle Peak Fire Lookout Tower replaces the original 1950s structure, perched on the summit of Pinnacle Peak. The King County trail leading to the summit is popular, offering stunning views of Mount Rainier and the Cascades. The 40-foot… Read More