PACE spearheaded a transformative landscape design solution that strategically integrated work group and gathering areas across the campus. Our approach used a native and naturalized northwest plant palette, fostering a seamless connection between the constructed elements and the preserved natural spaces.

Considering the unique environmental features, our team designed the site’s hardscape, landscape, and amenities. The project included 12 wetlands and two salmonid-bearing streams, including North Creek, with federally listed Chinook salmon. These innovative approaches included creating new wetlands, enhancing and rehabilitating degraded wetlands, stabilizing banks along North Creek, and contributing to the design of a segment of the North Creek Regional Trail system.

Embracing a Low Impact Development (LID) program, we incorporated rain gardens within wetland buffers, ensuring sustainable stormwater management. The mitigation design went further by utilizing wetlands to detain clean roof water before releasing it to North Creek. This comprehensive approach addresses environmental considerations and enhances the overall functionality and aesthetics of the site.

The project shows our commitment to crafting sustainable, aesthetically pleasing landscapes that balance nature with meeting the community’s evolving needs.




Client Name

Woodlands Technology Campus


Bothell, WA


  • Hardscape and landscape design
  • Site design
  • Permitting
  • Wetlands
  • Salmonoid streams
  • Trail design