Design Criteria
  Structural Tree Soil
  Amended Native Soil
Plans & Details
Monitoring & Lessons Learned
Cost Considerations
Additional Resources
5000 Acres Initiative Partners
Partners for Both Sites

Project Originator & Fiscal Sponsor
Brian Wegener, Advocay & Communications Manager
Tualatin Riverkeepers

Avis Newell, TMDL Basin Coordinator, Tualatin Subbasin
Oregon Deparment of Environmental Quality
  Technical Project Manager & Sustainability Consultant
Maria Cahill, Principal & Sustainable Site Specialist
Green Girl Land Development Solutions
  Civil Engineer
John Howorth, P.E., Principal Engineer
3J Consulting
  Geotechnical Engineer
John Cunningham, P.E., Principal Engineer
Alder Geotechnical
  Compaction Field Testing
John Eakman, Construction Services Manager
Partners for the PCC Sylvania Lot 10

PCC Liason
Dieterich Steinmetz, MD, Dean of Science & Engineering
Portland Community College

Jack Castillo, Owner
Confluence Restoration & Construction Northwest
  Water Quality Monitoring
Tim Kurtz, P.E., Sustainable Stormwater Management Program
Bureau of Environmental Services, City of Portland

Pavement Removal
Josh Cabot, Depave Volunteer Project Management


Trees Purchase
April Ann Fong, Biology & Environmental Resources Instructor
PCC Sylvania Habitat Restoration Team

Partners for the THPRD Sunset Swim Center

Project Manager
Allan Wells (retired), Capitol Project Manager
Tualatin Hills Parks & Recreation District

  Project Manager
Jerry Burgess, Capitol Project Manager
Tualatin Hills Parks & Recreation District

Derek Osterholme, Owner
D&T Excavating


Tree Donation
Art Anderson, General Manager/Chief Operations Officer
J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co.

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