Parks, Recreation, and Restoration


Alice Ball Park

3/3/22

Location: Seattle, WA Owner: Seattle Parks & Recreation  The new, award-winning Alice Ball Park created much-needed open space in the increasingly congested city. Located within a neighborhood retail corridor, the site is across the street from a public library and abuts single family zoned properties. OCI landscape architects and urban designers led the design of the
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North Rainier Landbanked Site Park

3/3/22

Location: Seattle, WA Owner: Seattle Parks & Recreation  OCI is designing a new 1.3 acre park in the North Rainier neighborhood of Seattle to provide critical open space near a commercial corridor, several multi-family developments, including senior and low-income housing, and single-family homes. OCI has led a robust public involvement process, including outreach in eight languages
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Virgil Flaim Park

3/3/22

Location: Seattle, WA Owner: Seattle Parks & Recreation  Tucked into a quiet neighborhood, Virgil Flaim Park in Lake City features a playground, picnic areas, paths and a multipurpose field. OCI landscape architects designed amenities for a 7,500 sf skatespot for all ages and abilities, a basketball court, viewing areas with seating, pathways, and plantings. The stormwater
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Port of Seattle BOD Study

7/6/20

Location: SeaTac, WAOwner: Port of Seattle OCI has been conducting a Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) study at the Seattle‐Tacoma International Airport with the goal of identifying sources of BOD to the sanitary sewer system (SSS) and providing recommended corrective actions. Project tasks include field sampling of the SSS and analysis of lab results. The project
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Port of Seattle Taxiway Improvement Projects

7/6/20

Location: SeaTac, WAOwner: Port of Seattle The Port of Seattle undertook a project at Seattle‐Tacoma International Airport to relocate the existing Taxiway L, reconstruct Taxiway B, and upgrade other taxiways. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) considered the location of Taxiway L such that it did not meet the latest FAA Design Standards.  OCI designed erosion
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