BHC worked with the City of Issaquah to overhaul its land use code to make it easier to use and understand. The code was carefully revised to remove confusing or redundant sections, to clarify language and add helpful graphics, and to bring development regulations in line with best practices. Following on the completion of the City’s Climate Action Plan, BHC implemented several of the climate resiliency actions into the zoning code.
- Modernized the code for ease of use and clarity
- Added helpful graphics and formatting
- Integrated climate resiliency actions from Climate Action Plan
- Conducted robust public engagement with engaged citizens and boards
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- Multicultural community engagement
- Graphic design
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Tramadol American Express Our relationship with Orting began in 1992 when BHC completed Orting’s first GMA-compliant comprehensive plan. In more recent years, we’ve prepared amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, development regulations, and Parks, Trails, and Open Space Plan that address the needs of a growing city.
- Concurrent development code review
- Community engagement
- SEPA and environmental review
Order Tramadol Online India In partnership with Trane, an energy services company, BHC designed and helped implement improvements to the ultraviolet (UV) disinfection system at the Lakota WWTP. The old UV system had become inefficient and was extremely labor intensive, requiring frequent manual cleaning of the numerous UV lamps. The new UV disinfection system provides UV dose pacing for improved energy efficiency, automated cleaning of the UV lamps, and fewer higher efficiency lamps. Modifications were made to existing concrete channels to install the new UV disinfection system, which included extension of the channels to allow future installation of twice as many UV banks. This provides flexibility to add UV banks to meet potential stricter discharge limits, accommodate growth, and/or further increase system redundancy.
- Drastically reduced labor requirements for maintenance of the UV disinfection system
- Reduced energy consumption and increased disinfection performance
- Design-build delivery method substantially reduced costs for the temporary chemical disinfection being used to supplement the old under-performing UV disinfection system