Cameron McCarthy was the prime planning and design consultant for the bond-funded, 3.1 mile multi-use path extending from the Middle Fork Path, along the Mill Race channel, to the Booth-Kelly site in downtown Springfield. The project was identified as a high priority project in Willamalane’s 2012 Comprehensive Plan. The project created a looped path system… Read more »
The project encompassed 2 blocks of street replacement and enhancement in Oregon State University’s historic Lower Campus. Enhancements included new setback sidewalks, raised crossings, bicycle lanes, landscaping and gateway monuments at the prominent Jefferson Street intersection. The project improved circulation for pedestrians and bicyclists. It also improved OSU’s identity and wayfinding. Our firm collaborated with… Read more »
Cameron McCarthy led landscape restoration design and local land use planning efforts to obtain a myriad of land use permits between the cities of Eugene and Springfield, including Willamette Greenway, Standards Review, and Discretionary Use approvals for the I-5 Willamette River Bridge Project. Landscape restoration and enhancement design efforts included stream restoration design, restoration of… Read more »
Cameron McCarthy provided comprehensive design, public input, feasibility, and cost estimating services for over three miles of new trail linking downtown Cottage Grove to the BLM Row River Trail. Services also included the design of three new parks and several trail waysides.
Completed in 2001, Cameron McCarthy led this 1.5 mile transportation corridor upgrade and enhancement project. The project included roadway alignments, new LTD transit stops, and pedestrian and multi-modal enhancements and incorporated urban amenities, landscape, specialty paving areas, and improved lighting.