Recent News

Proactive Stormwater Budget Coming to Spokane Valley


The City of Spokane Valley has experienced significant population increase in recent years and is subject to increasing regulatory requirements for stormwater. Having not increased their stormwater utility fee in close to 15 years, the City hired Osborn Consulting to lead a consultant team in developing a proposed fee increase and a stormwater utility program
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Sewer Relining Program


Location: Seattle, WA Owner: Seattle Public Utilities OCI is leading Seattle Public Utilities’ (SPU) Sewer Relining Program to provide bid documents and construction assistance for using CIPP on over 200 drainage, sanitary sewer, and combined sewer pipes. The program’s primary objective is to renew the wastewater pipe system as well as support NPDES and Consent
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Senior Civil Engineer


Come join our team as a full-time Senior Civil Engineer! Osborn Consulting, Inc. (OCI) is consistently named one of Washington’s Best Workplaces (2015, 2016, and 2017 by the Puget Sound Business Journal). We’re a full-service civil engineering firm focusing on water resources, utilities, and environmental services, including engineering, modeling, and analysis for transportation, development, restoration,
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NE Inglewood Hill Road Improvements Project


Location: Sammamish, WAOwner: City of Sammamish Over 5,500 linear feet of new stormwater conveyance and water quality treatment of approximately 3.3 acres of existing pollution generating roadways was constructed in the Inglewood neighborhood to resolve the existing drainage problems and complete the missing link in multi-modal corridor improvements connecting downtown Sammamish to Lake Sammamish. Osborn Consulting
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Monticello Creek Watershed Restoration Plan


Location: Redmond, WAOwner: City of Redmond OCI is the prime consultant leading a multi-disciplinary team for the City of Redmond’s Monticello Creek Watershed Restoration Plan. Services include: documenting existing watershed deficiencies; documenting potential future issues associated with development or anticipated surface and stormwater changes in the region or watershed; and, identifying, ranking and preparing conceptual designs
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