We begin all our projects with a process that uncovers barriers and risks, clearly defining how to achieve successful results

Our areas of interest and expertise are wide ranging, but we make sure our work is focused on enhancing the social, natural and built environment. We limit our involvement to projects that adhere to these outcomes.

In all our work, our first priority is to clearly identify the key issues and problems that our clients aim to solve. We create projects that have wide support in the communities where they are located because we develop strong working partnerships with our clients and other key stakeholders. Whether we are designing an organizational development strategy or managing a green building project, our project management approach is effective, thorough, and brings added value to our clients.

Our Active Projects

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Hoopa Grocery Revitalization

The Hoopa Valley Tribe is supporting the re-establishment of a 15,000 sq.ft. grocery store on the tribal reservation adjacent to the northeastern edge of Humboldt County in Northern California. The site planned for renovation is a building which operated as a private regional chain grocery store for 40 years before closing in 2016. Although the store had…

Planning a Community Hub for Agricultural Business and Tourism

Redwood Acres has a vision to maintain its role as a community institution that supports agricultural and economic development – it is achieving that vision by becoming a self-sustaining operation that fills valuable needs in the community.

Greenway has supported these efforts by providing planning, research and analysis, conceptual design, cost estimating, and related assistance.

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Fire House Facility Upgrades

In 2010, the Arcata Volunteer Fire Department (AVFD) received a grant from the Orvamae Emmerson Fund to use for fire station upgrades. Four years later, AVFD, in partnership with the Arcata Fire District (AFD), is preparing to modernize and renovate their facilities. AVFD made the decision to continue its working relationship with Greenway following a facilities assessment project with…

Our Previous Work Experience

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  • Schools
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Exhibit Design and Construction Management

A project like the Sequoia Park Zoo’s Watershed Heroes project enables us to use many areas of our team’s expertise. We began this project by leading zoo staff and the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation’s board members through the conceptual design process, including design charrettes, project prioritizations and interpretation planning. Serving as the Owner Representative for this…

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Working Waterfront: Eureka Cold Storage Evaluation

The City of Eureka is working diligently to enhance the economic vitality of its local industries that depend on our coastal access. In particular, the City is interested in supporting the fishing industry’s need for cold storage and ice production. The commercial fishing fleet that calls the North Coast home has not had access to…

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Large-Scale Solar Design, Efficiency Upgrades and Construction Management

Greenway Partners led the design, financing, and implementation of Humboldt County’s largest solar array. The installation is on the roof of the Greenway Building, located in the Creamery District of Arcata, CA. At 9,000 square feet, it is designed to generate 126kW: enough electricity annually to offset the energy demand of all building operations and tenant…

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Backcountry Trail Development

In response to construction on Highway 299, the Humboldt Trails Council was able to partner with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to solicit funds from the state’s Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program to develop backcountry trails in the Lacks Creek Management Unit. Humboldt Trails Council was awarded the grant from the California Natural Resources…

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Fundraising and Community Engagement

Greenway was hired by the Humboldt Trails Council to produce the first-ever Jammie Jog event as a way to engage the public on proposed development of the Bay Trail, a multi-use corridor that would span northern Arcata to southern Eureka. The outreach effort, which includes events like the Jammie Jog, is a collaboration between Humboldt…

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Critical Infrastructure Assessment and Upgrades

Greenway has been working with the City of Eureka since 2013 on a variety of projects to evaluate, upgrade and enhance the City’s infrastructure in preparation for anticipated future demands and sea level rise impacts. We started with a project to develop an integrated biosolids management program that will eliminate the current practice of disposing the biodegradable waste…

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School Energy Improvements and Building Commissioning

Greenway is working closely with school administration and facility personnel of several local school districts to improve energy efficiency in their existing facilities as part of California’s Clean Energy Jobs Act, Prop 39. We are testing the indoor environment, planning energy improvement services, preparing and managing documentation, offering technical assistance, and providing support in acquiring incentives, rebates and grants. We will…

Emergency Communication System Upgrades

Our client for this project, the Arcata Fire Protection District, partnered with fire agencies throughout Humboldt County to update multiple emergency repeaters, which are used to relay long distant radio signals. We coordinated the implementation of this project, beginning with an audit of existing systems. Following the audit, we prepared a plan for making needed…

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Concept Visioning for Regional Economic Development

When Humboldt State University (HSU) needed a comprehensive concept proposal for a National Marine Research and Innovation Park (NMRIP) designed, we jumped at the chance. The NMRIP is conceived as a research and technology facility that would be located in Samoa, California, at the site of the former Freshwater Tissue Pulp Mill (see the final concept…