Clean Water Services desired to enhance the efficiency of its Watershed Management Department’s stream restoration endeavors by co-locating its entire department in a new building at its Tualatin River Farm facility. Phase 1 included a land use application for a landscape contractor’s business. PACE was engaged to support the project team by providing necessary civil engineering and land surveying services to fulfill the application requirements.

PACE survey included drone-based mapping of the larger farm property with detailed topographic mapping of the existing barns, gravel yards, native plant growing areas, and existing utilities. Civil engineering included site layout and circulation, storm water management, septic system layout and approvals, and domestic water needs determination.  Existing well capacity was analyzed regarding domestic water needs for the proposed and existing uses.

Phase 2 included the construction documents for the new building and site improvements. PACE provided final design services for the site improvements, grading, erosion control, septic system, stormwater management, and water connection to the onsite well. PACE also prepared construction documents for site entry improvements to aid with larger truck and trailer access and turning movements.






Client Name

Clean Water Services & Deca Architecture, Inc.


Hillsboro, OR


  • Site Development
  • Access Improvements
  • Topographic Mapping
  • Grading
  • Erosion Control
  • Stormwater Design
  • Water & Sewer Design