Bend FC Timbers Field
PBS donated geotechnical engineering survey services to identify adverse subsurface conditions for a new athletic field in Bend, Oregon. The services were provided in support of the Build It Forward Capital Campaign, with the goal of bringing a world-class athletic complex to Bend.
Girl Scouts of Western Washington
PBS donated services to complete a critical areas (wetland and stream) delineation, including pre-application services with Snohomish County, and preparation of a critical areas report to be used for future permitting needs.
Gateway Green & The Dirt Lab
PBS supported the creation of a community park and bike trail with ongoing feasibility, engineering services, and project donations over the course of five years. PBS provided survey services to facilitate design of on-site stormwater facilities.
Coos County Fairgrounds Wetlands
PBS supported this community-driven effort to construct a new building and enhance the local fairgrounds, including wetland consulting and delineation report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Madrone Wall Park
PBS donated landscape architecture and design services to support the restoration of recreational access at this amazing civil treasure just east of Carver, Oregon in Clackamas County.
HB Fuller Ball Field
PBS provided volunteer services for a multi-use ball field in Clark County, Washington. PBS provided civil engineering services to connect the concessions building to public sewer, as well as an as-built topographic survey.
Rex Putnam Batting Facility
PBS provided pro-bono civil and geotechnical engineering design in support of the construction of a new high school batting facility and sports field in Milwaukie, Oregon. PBS staff additionally provided community outreach and volunteer efforts for the fundraising process.
Walla Walla WWII Memorial
PBS donated land and UAS drone surveying, geotechnical engineering, and engineering design for the development of a WWII Memorial in Walla Walla, Washington, honoring at least 90 local service members who died during the war and 3,800 regional members who served during the conflict.
Deschutes County Landfill
PBS donated UAS aerial mapping using state-of-the-art drone technology for a landfill project in Deschutes County, Oregon.