Project Groundwork, a Wenatchee-based planning, engineering, and landscape architecture firm, proudly announces the opening of a new design studio in the Seattle Metropolitan area. The studio, slated to open at the end of March, will be located in the up-and-coming Interbay Area, just north of downtown Seattle.Staffed with 5 design professionals, Project Groundwork is known for developing innovative, sound design solutions for public sector clients in the fields of shoreline and upland recreation as well as private clients with recreation amenity based new communities projects.For the last five years, the firm has assisted the Grant County Public Utility District in the design and permitting of six shoreline recreation projects including Rocky Coulee Tent Camp and Day Use Area, currently under construction."Project Groundwork has become a regional expert in shoreline and upland recreation planning and design" said David Stipe, Managing Principal. "We have always felt that we provide some of the best site design solutions to our North Central Washington clients. We are really excited to expand our practice to the Puget Sound market and work with clients on the west side of the Cascades." The new studio staff will focus on expanding Project Groundwork's highly reputable site design and landscape architecture services to new clients in both the public and private sector in the Puget Sound area and across the state. The studio's Principal Landscape Architect will be announced at the end of February along with a date for an open house at the new location.For more information about our consulting design services feel free to visit Project Groundwork's headquarters at 25 North Wenatchee Avenue Suite 238, Wenatchee, Washington, or the new location after March 3 at 1631 15th Street West Suite 119 Seattle, Washington.