If you were to drop in on us here at GreenWorks you would most likely overhear people talking about books, podcasts, and other inspiring media while re-upping on coffee or tea in the kitchen. It’s a part of the culture here many of us really enjoy and foster. If I’m ever in need of a good book recommendation, I know I can turn to my fellow GreenWorker bookworms to point me in the right direction.
If you’re in need of a good book, here’s what the good people at GreenWorks are reading these days:Read More
The Oak Harbor Clean Water Facility, a project GreenWorks participated in, has been named Project of the Year by the Washington State American Public Works Association. “This project is a great example of how to leverage large public infrastructure projects for multiple benefits,” says Gill Williams, principal at GreenWorks. “The key here is advancement in wastewater treatment technology that allows communities to place these facilities in places that, before now, were out of bounds.”Read More
GreenWorks, PC is an award-winning Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design Firm committed to integrating people and nature through creative and sustainable design. GreenWorks has a strong background in both environmental enhancement and urban design projects that allow us to develop innovative, sustainable, and comprehensive design solutions. Our diverse portfolio is centered in the Pacific Northwest region. We strive for design excellence in all aspects of our business.Read More
GreenWorks alum Cory Gallo (‘04) stopped in to have lunch with us last week. He’s in town researching urban farms for a project at Mississippi State University, where he’s now an associate professor. He recently won a national award from The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture. As things tend to do around here, we nerded-out on stormwater.Read More
The reasoning behind all of our hand sketching, 3D modeling, and visualizations is to access the largest audience possible and to help people understand what a design would feel like if it were to be built.”Read More
It was a perfect rainy day to talk some stormwater shop with the three University of Oregon graduate students who joined us as part of the School of Landscape Architecture’s 2019 Shadow Mentor day.Read More
GreenWorks is working with the Port of Vancouver on the conceptual design of Terminal 1—an industrial waterfront space in Vancouver, WA being revitalized for economic and social development. As visualization and design technology continues to evolve and advance, communities and stakeholders have the opportunity to experience design concepts in a digitally-rich environment. Software like Lumion (a program that integrates with SketchUp to provide real-time renderings) offers our designers both challenges and exciting opportunities to continue expanding and refining their skill sets to provide our clients with the best possible results.Read More