Wyatt Node

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Cameron McCarthy was hired from our retainer with the state Transportation and Growth Management (TGM) Quick Response program.  Our firm was tasked with crafting an alternative master plan for a proposed development, focusing on an area within a nodal development that integrates new streets, walks, open space, multi-family housing and commercial buildings. This planning project was completed… Read more »

Whilamut Passage Bridge

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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 »

Wade Creek Master Plan

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Cameron McCarthy’s services were selected specifically to design a master plan for development of the park. Wade Creek Park’s proximity to the Public Library creates a civic campus and offers a variety of recreational opportunities for community members of all ages. Complete master planning services included site analysis, citizen input, data gathering, site design, and cost estimating.

UO Campus Heart

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Campus Heart is the intersection of University Street and 13th Avenue – the most prominent crossroads on the University of Oregon campus where an estimated 10,000 students and faculty pass through every hour. Cameron McCarthy provided comprehensive design services that transformed a typical street intersection into an urban plaza that prioritizes pedestrians and establishes a strong… Read more »

Cottage Grove Rails to Trails

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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.