Norton Arnold and Company
- Communications Audit, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency - Designed and developed automated database to evaluate the agency's communications system and prioritize investments.
- Flood Control Capital Programing, King County - Facilitated inter-jurisdictional technical working groups and advisory body of local elected officials to develop evaluation criteria, prioritize, and program capital projects for flood risk reduction.
- Nightlife and Residential Land Use Conflicts Recommendations, City of Seattle - Developed recommendations to mitigate noise related nightlife and residential land use conflicts through the proposed amendments to the city's noise control ordinance.
- Public Health Laboratories Risk and Safety Assessment, Washington State Department of Health - Facilitated technical working groups, consultant research and recommendations, and stakeholder engagement. This politically charged, and controversial project, encompassed master planning, development rights, and inter-jurisdictional relations; the final deliverable was a detailed risk and safety assessment of the operation of the Washington State Public Health Laboratories and recommendations for operations and capital programming.
Washington State Department of Transportation
- Washington Transportation Plan 2006-2027 - Served as a lead author for the statewide long range transportation plan; conducted research and analysis of existing and proposed policy, and prepared recommendations to the Washington Transportation Commission. Planned and managed the public outreach facets of this plan; advised legislative and executive leadership on responses to public comments and appropriate amendments to legislation and policy.
- 2007 Sustainability Plan and Progress Report - Conducted statewide internal research on procurement and building maintenance practices, waste management, and energy consumption; prepared the 2007 strategic plan and progress report for the Governor's cabinet.
- Corridors of the Future Federal Grant - Led a coordinated effort to develop and author the Federal Application for the Corridors of the Future program, and successfully attained designation of I-5 as a Corridor of the Future. Responsibilities included coordinating with Transportation Secretaries of the states of Washington, Oregon, and California; as a direct result of the designation, the three participating states received an award of $15 million for the corridor.