Recent News

New Team Members in 2023


As we grow closer to Osborn Consulting’s 19th anniversary, we want to pause and reflect on the incredible accomplishments of our team and the successful client partnerships that together has allowed us to grow to a firm of 90 talented, passionate, and creative people!  So far this year, we have added 17 new team members, who
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2023 Scholarship Winners


For the third year in a row, Osborn Consulting is excited to award scholarships in partnership with Renton Regional Community Foundation to support BIPOC engineering and/or landscape architecture students! The Osborn Consulting Scholarship was founded to support ambitious BIPOC students with demonstrated a financial need, who were or will be pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree at
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Kas Kinkead is Awarded the A4LE 2023 Al Beck Award!


On May 23, 2023, the Washington Chapter of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), presented this year’s Al Beck Award to Kas Kinkead. In memory of Al Beck, considered one of the founding fathers of A4LE in the Pacific Northwest, this award honors a Washington State member who exemplifies the principles of service that were
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Community-Centric Green Stormwater Infrastructure


More than two decades have passed since Seattle’s pilot Street Edge Alternatives Project (SEA Streets) was completed in 2001, the first public right-of-way Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) retrofit of its kind in the US. Since then, the benefits of GSI have been time-tested and proven in cities around the world. Although treatment technology and implementation
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APWA Project of the Year: John Lewis Memorial Bridge


It’s not often that feats of engineering design can tell a Shakespearean story—two neighborhoods divided into east and west for over fifty years by the construction of I-5, residential areas and North Seattle College separated from shopping districts, business parks, and major transit stations. It wasn’t until the Northgate Pedestrian Bridge, now known as the
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