Open House for Greenwood Phinney Park

Cascade Design Collaborative will be hosting a table at the Greenwood Car Show and we would love your input! We will be soliciting feedback on the brand new park that will be constructed at N 81st St and Greenwood Ave N (just across N 81st St from the Greenwood Public Library). Come by and bring  […read more]

Plaza View

Construction of Fisherman’s Harbor to Begin This Summer

The Port of Everett 50 acre site with 1.5 million sq. ft. mixed use development will be completely wrapped by a series of distinctive public spaces. On the boat basin, south side, a pedestrian esplanade will have an urban feel and tie together over 1000 moorings, with retail, mixed use and diverse retail activities. While on  […read more]

Wilson Pacific Architectural Rendering

Cascadia Elementary School & Robert Eagle Staff Middle School are Under Construction!

Cascade Design Collaborative is excited that Seattle Public Schools has started construction on Cascadia Elementary School and Robert Eagle Staff Middle School. You can watch a live feed of the site’s construction from the Wilson Pacific work zone camera here. The landscape architecture design team includes Kas Kinkead, Martina Wirtl, and Renee Finney.  Mahlum Architects designed the  […read more]

View of Park Lane's brick pavers and rain gardens.

Park Lane Wins ACEC Best In State Award

The American Counsel of Engineering Companies has awarded the Park Lane Pedestrian Corridor Enhancement Project a Best in State Bronze Award, recognizing outstanding engineering and design by Perteet Engineers, and Cascade Design Collaborative.

Artist's rendering of raingardens and people using the new public facilities.

Venema Recognized for Superior Fulfillment of Client/Owner Needs

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) has recognized Osborn Consulting, Inc., and Cascade Design Collaborative with an Excellence in Engineering Award for their work on the Venema Creek natural drainage system.  Our team won the “Best in State Gold Award for Successful Fulfillment of Client/Owner Needs.” You can read more about the project and  […read more]

A photo of the Joseph Vance Building in downtown Seattle.

We’re Moving!

Cascade Design Collaborative is moving to a new office space in downtown Seattle. Our office will be closed from 5pm on Wednesday, January 6th through Sunday, January 10th for our move to the Joseph Vance Building.  We will have limited access to our emails at this time and our phone lines will be down. We  […read more]

Two different colors of pavers mark driving and parking lanes along the multi-way boulevard.

Another Win for Pendleton Avenue Multiway Boulevard!

The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) has recognized Pendleton Avenue with a 2015 Concrete Masonry Design Award of Honor for Interlocking Concrete Pavers.  Pendleton Avenuse was selected for its outstanding use of interlocking concrete pavers.  The NCMA design awards program serves as a venue to showcase the design versatility of concrete masonry products and how they  […read more]

Members from the base and the design team perform a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the opening of the boulevard.

Society of American Military Engineers Honors Pendleton Boulevard

The Seattle and Tacoma Posts of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) have recognized Pendleton Avenue Multiway Boulevard with a Silver Award for Large Businesses. The award was announced at the 19th Annual Design Excellence Awards on October 16, 2015.  The judging criteria included the contribution the project made to improve the operating capabilities of  […read more]

Portrait of Kas Kinkead

School Campus Stormwater Solutions Presentation Featured on SustainabilityTALKS

Kas Kinkead, president of Cascade Design Collaborative, delivered a thought-provoking lecture describing school campus stormwater solutions at the Sustainability Ambassador’s spring 2015 SustainabilityTALKS conference. Bringing the community to the classroom, SustainabilityTALKS are given by field experts plus exceptional student speakers on a new topic each year. They’re designed to inspire and inform learning from middle school to  […read more]