Osborn Consulting, Inc.
Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) is a specialty firm that focuses on water resources and environmental services, including stormwater and hydraulic engineering for transportation, development, restoration and mitigation projects. We supply a full range of water resources consulting, engineering, modeling and research services to a broad cross section of clients, including government agencies, tribal districts, neighborhood groups, and developers.
OCI provides direct access to our clients while at the same time delivering quality and innovative products. Our location in downtown Bellevue allows OCI to provide our clients with quick response time and immediate accessibility to our staff for projects and clients throughout northwest Washington.
In addition, Osborn Consulting is a federally certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), and a state certified, Women Business Enterprise (WBE).
Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) provides creative, practical and up-to-date planning and engineering design solutions for all aspects of surface water projects and compliance requirements in the Pacific Northwest. Our technical talent, resources and dedication to client service inspire confidence and trust.
January 2014 - The end of 2014 was a very exciting time for OCI! We hired two new staff members: Laurie Thomsen, P.E. as Senior Project Engineer and Alissa Grieves as Marketing Coordinator. We also celebrated with one of our E.I.T.s after she passed her Professional Engineer Exam - congratulations to Deepa Mungasavalli on earning your P.E.!
August 2013 - OCI recently received the exciting news that Robert Parish has successfully passed the tests to obtain his Low Impact Development (LID) certification. Congratulations Robert!
February 2013 - We are excited to welcome Richard Herrman and Erika Costelloe to the OCI team. Richard has 14 years of CAD drafting and design experience. He will function as a CADD / IT Manager for us. Erika has two years prior experience as an administrative assistant for a consulting engineering firm in Oregon. She will be serving as our Office Manager / Project Assistant.
Photo: Future Pond 2 Site Location (20 Acres)
June 2012 – Whatcom County's Silver Beach Creek Water Quality Improvements Project in Lake Whatcom Watershed has won the 2011-2012 Honor Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Seattle Section. Furthermore, the project has also been selected as the 2012 Environmental Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association (APWA) Washington State Chapter. The project improvements included the construction of treatment swales, stream bank stabilization, piping systems, catch basins, and installation of treatment vaults. These improvements were designed to substantially improve water quality and reduce flooding between Brownsville Drive and East 16th Place. OCI was the Lead Hydraulic Engineer on the project and provided hydraulic and hydrologic analysis. This project was partially funded by a federal EPA grant.
Photo: ASCE Award
June 2012 – We are pleased to welcome Joseph. P. Wright to our team as our Summer Intern. Joseph is a Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology graduate with focus on Water Resources Engineering.
March 2012 – We are pleased to announce the addition of Robert Parish, P.E. to the growing Osborn Consulting team. Robert joins us as senior project manager and group technical lead. With 14 years of work in civil engineering and project management, Robert’s extensive experience includes both local public sector and private sector projects. He has provided civil, utilities, grading and drainage designs for apartments, multifamily housing, condominiums, roads, utilities, retail, offices, university facilities and parks. In addition, Robert has designed many low-impact design systems including bio-retention/rain garden systems, porous pavement (pavers, concrete, asphalt, gravel, grass) and rain water cisterns. Robert obtained his bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and bachelor of arts degree in economics from Rutgers University and is licensed professional engineer in Washington State.
February 2012 - OCI Open House - Please join us to celebrate our new office location at an Open House on Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
Our address: Park Heights Building, 1800 112th Avenue NE, Suite 220-E, Bellevue, WA 98004.
July 2011 - OCI is pleased to welcome Chun Ho Chen, PE to our team. Chen is a Project Manager with 10 years of experience. Chen's most recent experience includes completing the drainage design for several large WSDOT Design Build projects, including SR 532. Chen enjoys running and hiking and this summer completed a tour of the National Parks of the West, including Bryce, Zion and the Grand Canyon.
July 2011 - OCI is pleased to welcome Marie Phelan, EIT to our team. Marie recently graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a BS in Civil Engineering and a focus on Water Resources. Marie grew up near Columbus, Ohio, and although allergic, loves dogs and is enjoying the mild Pacific Northwest climate. Marie has a wealth of CADD and GIS knowledge and experience. In the short time she has been at OCI, Marie has already developed a new HEC-RAS model of China Creek for the Centralia College's Kiser Natural Outdoor Learning Lab (KNOLL) Project.
January 2011 - OCI is pleased to welcome Robert O'Brien, PE to our team. Rob is a Project Manager with 10 years of regional experience as a drainage engineer. We are excited to offer his knowledge and experience to our clients.
OCI Team Photo - Spring 2013
6/12/12 – Osborn Consulting, Inc. was excited to receive the Notice to Proceed on the City of Marysville Regional Detention Pond 2 Final Design and PS&E Project this week. The purpose for this project is to provide flow control and enhanced water quality treatment for approximately 100 acres of light industrial development. Flow control and water quality treatment will meet the standard in the 2005 Washington State Department of Ecology Western Washington Stormwater Design Manual. We are looking forward to working with the City of Marysville and Subconsultants: Natural Systems Design, CivilTech Engineering, and Axis Survey and Mapping on this project.