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BergerABAM led the design effort for a proposed 58-acre commercial and industrial development at the Port of Vancouver. The scope included new roadways, massive earth fills, stormwater management and drainage, and new utilities, as well as the relocation of existing utilities. A key issue involved a complex permitting effort with a challenging schedule. BergerABAM successfully managed a diverse group of consultants with expertise in the areas of traffic engineering, geotechnical analysis, archaeological studies, landscape architecture, topographic surveying, and local and state permitting. The firm's commitment to the project's schedule was maintained in the face of issues that included bald eagle protection, wetland fills, and an elaborate regulatory framework. To mitigate for fill placed on Parcel 8, BergerABAM developed a mitigation plan for a site on adjoining Parcel 6 to create wetland and enhance buffers by planting native trees and shrubs.