May 2012


Otak’s Windi Shapley and Vanessa Lee helped dedicate the Centennial Trail on a beautiful Saturday morning in Snohomish, Washington.  This project completes a missing portion of Snohomish County’s 30-mile-long trail within a former rail corridor.  The trail serves as part of a growing regional multi-purpose path network.  It is anticipated that the new trail will provide a convenient alternative to driving and promote community health through walking and cycling to destinations such as the Boys & Girls Club, Senior Center, library, skate park and play area.

The Phase 1 improvements include a 12-foot-wide asphalt trail, parking facilities, frontage improvements at street crossings, park signage, timber trellis and kiosk, and approximately four acres of meadow mix, drought-tolerant shrubs, and larger park trees.  These improvements are guided by an overall Master Plan that Otak’s Curtis LaPierre developed in conjunction with Snohomish city staff and community. The master planning, design, and construction services efforts were led by Project Manager Nico Vanderhorst, and included Windi Shapley, Tyler Christofferson, Curtis LaPierre, Tyson Housel, Vanessa Lee, Jack Seeds, Marissa Chargualaf, and Steve Wilson.




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