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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Large-Scale Solar Design, Efficiency Upgrades and Construction Management

Greenway Partners led the design, coordinated the financing, and managed the implementation of Humboldt County’s largest solar array. It is designed to generate 126kW: enough electricity annually to offset the energy demand of all building operations and tenant activities including a FedEx processing center and several large and small offices.

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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…

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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…

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