Recent News


2021 Year in Review

12/13/21

From all of us at Osborn Consulting, we send our gratitude for your support and partnership throughout 2021 and wish you health and good cheer through the holidays and 2022. This year we have much to be thankful for. Some highlights from this year include: This summer we officially opened our new Bellingham office! While
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Season of Giving

12/7/21

To celebrate a bountiful year, Osborn Consulting is giving back to several community organizations that invest in our natural environment, support diversity in our industry, and deliver food and water to those in need. We are also proud to be funding our second year of the Osborn Consulting Scholarship for aspiring BIPOC engineers and landscape
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SAM Structural Stormwater Controls (SSC) Science Review & Synthesis Study

9/10/21

OCI recently completed important research to inform recommendations for Structural Stormwater Control (SSC) requirements for the Municipal Stormwater Permit. In 2018, municipal stormwater permittees (MS4) in Western Washington requested a stakeholder group work on policy and technical issues related to future SSC requirements. They had questions about where the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology)
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2021 Osborn Consulting Scholarship Winners

9/10/21

At the end of 2020, OCI established our very first scholarship fund through the Renton Regional Community Foundation for upcoming professionals in our industry. The Osborn Consulting Scholarship was founded to support ambitious BIPOC students with demonstrated financial need who were or will be pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree at accredited programs in landscape
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Award-Winning Outdoor Learning at Salish Coast Elementary

9/9/21

“No child left inside” was the guiding philosophy for the design team in delivering the Salish Coast Elementary School for the Port Townsend School District.  Osborn Consulting (OCI) was the landscape architect for this award-winning project by Integrus Architects. Three goals guided the new school’s vision: Meaningful, place-based collaborative learning Commitment to engagement with the
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