Planning

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Nike World Headquarters

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WHPacific is currently involved in the landscape architecture, land use planning, civil engineering, environmental planning and survey for Nike. Our close relationship with Nike and local knowledge of surrounding jurisdictions during Nike’s recent expansion efforts have allowed us to meet and exceed expectations for all these prior projects. WHPacific’s Landscape Studio has its own array [...]

Magnolia Neighborhood Park, Hillsboro, OR

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Located in Hillsboro’s fast growing and high density district of Tanasbourne, the new Magnolia Neighborhood Park is destined to be a popular destination. The featured facilities of this 3.5 acre park include a zero-depth sprayground water play feature, a play structure, a custom designed picnic shelter with barbecue facilities, tennis court, a sport court, and [...]

Beaverton High School Master Planning, Beaverton, OR

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WHPacific worked with the high school and success fund group to master plan the 27 acre Beaverton High School campus in Beaverton, Oregon. The focus for this urban campus was to evaluate educational building need while planning for optimal athletic and club use. The project included re-purposing of spaces for multi-purpose athletic uses, new concessions [...]

Pearl District (Hoyt Street Yards)

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WHPacific assisted with the rezone, comprehensive plan amendment, master planning and creation of design details for the Hoyt Street Yards, a 40-acre piece of prime urban real estate in the heart of downtown Portland. Hoyt Street Yards is now called the “Pearl District”, and is a world-renowned arts district. Its mix of residential / commercial [...]

Geer Community Park

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WHPacific provided engineering and full design services for this 46-acre community sports park and ¾-mile-long "collector" access loop roadway project located on Oregon State Penitentiary lands in East Salem Oregon. The project design included grading, final layout, wetland mitigation site, irrigation with a Rain Bird MaxiCom system, sub-drainage design and utilities for the natural and [...]

Regional Shore Infrastructure Planning Studies for US Naval Facilities in Africa

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WHPacific was HDR, Inc.'s sub-consultant for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) - Atlantic project, in connection with regional shore infrastructure planning studies for U.S. Navy Facilities in Africa, Specifically Camp Lemonnier, which is located in the country of Djibouti, Africa. WHpacific surveyors met the three-person HDR team in Washington DC, and journeyed together to [...]

Sunset Pond for the Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority (SSCAFCA)

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WHPacific was the engineer in responsible charge of the planning, design, and construction of Sunset Pond for the Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority (SSCAFCA). This included development of the Black Arroyo Watershed Plan that identified the need for the Sunset Pond and the survey, public meetings, state and federal permitting coordination, construction design, [...]

Regional Energy Planning

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WHPacific is currently contracted to perform energy plans for six of Alaska’s 10 regions with the overall goal to develop detailed and cohesive documents that present a sustainable energy strategy that can reduce energy costs in each region. This work is being completed in the three phases as required by AEA. WHPacific is working with [...]

Shotgun Cove Road

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WHPacific completed environmental permitting, road and bridge design, public involvement, and construction management on this 3-mile multi-phase project along the coastline of Passage Canal in Whittier, AK, which provides critical road access to federal, state, municipal, and regional Alaska Native Corporation lands After developing the approved design for the entire project, our team successfully developed [...]

Homer East End Road

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The project is a 12.2-mile rehabilitation of East End Road, from Lake Street in Homer (MP 0.0) to McNeil Canyon School (MP 12.2). Construction of Phase I (MP 0 to 3.75) was completed in 2005. The remaining 8.5 miles was designed to Pre-PS&E status, but with changes in state transportation project funding, DOT&PF has advanced [...]