The City of Redmond was developing a new Central Fire Station in the center of the city to consolidate and update the existing stations. MEPpc, was responsible for the irrigation and planting for the Central Oregon site. We utilized drought and cold tolerant plantings to achieve a sustainable landscape over time.
Tamarack Village was a 33 unit affordable housing project for CORHA located in Sisters, Oregon. We provided the irrigation, landscape and play area design for this project.
Macdonald Environmental Planning, P.C. worked with the Owner of Suttle Lake Resort and Marina in 2002 to update the Development Master Plan for this 7 acre “peninsula” at the east end of Suttle Lake. This report was submitted to the Sisters Ranger District, Deschutes National Forest, Pacific Northwest Region of the USDA Forest Service for […]
Macdonald Environmental Planning, PC provided landscape design and irrigation drawings for the South Valley Bank & Trust in Bend, Oregon. Drought tolerant plant species and efficient irrigation were priorities through the design process.
Located in Sisters, Oregon – the South Valley Bank & Trust displays a drought tolerant landscape that closely resembles the native forest that surrounds the City of Sisters. Site features include multiple bioswales for stormwater treatment and Large Ponderosa Pines that were protected during construction to provide habitat for wildlife.
As part of a 68-acre development, we designed two community parks, and the open space areas. The landscape features include a park shelter with arbors, a pavilion with an interactive water feature, green spaces with native plants, and bicycle trails.