Beaverton Middle School Takes Shape

The Beaverton School District is bustling with activity as the first projects from 2014’s record breaking capital bond begin to take shape.  Cameron McCarthy has provided Landscape Architecture design services for five of the School District’s bond projects.  Beaverton Middle School is the first slated for completion. More on this unique project in the provided link…. Read more »

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UO Papé Field Receives Award

University of Oregon’s Papé Field has been honored with the Field Division Silver Medal of the American Sports Builder Association’s 2015 Distinguished Sports Facility Awards. Papé Field is home to the UO women’s lacrosse and women’s soccer teams. Cameron McCarthy provided comprehensive landscape architectural design for both the high performance athletic field and the complex’s… Read more »

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CM Selected for New Mill Race Path

Willamalane Park and Recreation District announced that they have selected Cameron McCarthy to design the newest section of walking and biking paths to be located along the Springfield Mill Race. For the whole story, read the Register Guard article featured below.

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Mountain View High School Honors Eaton

Bend’s Mountain View High School dedicated its new track and field faciltiy to Olympic Champion and Cougar alum, Ashton Eaton, on Wednesday, May 13.  A crowd of excited community members were addressed by Ashton Eaton and his mother before Ashton took the first ceremonial lap with a group of local youth. Cameron McCarthy provided design services,… Read more »

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OSU Beavers Claim Victory in Historic Dual Meet

Congratulations to the OSU Women’s Track & Field team for capturing an outstanding 95-64 win against Utah in the school’s first scored dual meet since 1988. The team’s stellar weekend performance was set to a scene of sunshine and a standing-room-only crowd in OSU’s own Whyte Track & Field Complex. Cameron McCarthy was hired as prime consultant in 2007 to develop… Read more »