Projects

  • Central Catholic High School

    2011 – 2012 Central Catholic High School is a long-standing institution in SE Portland that is a major generator of travel and parking demand. The school is surrounded on three sides by residential areas, with dense commercial uses only a few blocks away. A recent conditional use Master Plan and expansion project from the school […]

  • Portland’s Leach Botanical Garden

    2015 – Present The Leach Botanical Garden is a 16-acre garden located in outer southeast Portland, operated by the Portland Park Bureau. In conjunction with expansions and improvements within the park, Lancaster Engineering provided analysis and conceptual design guidance to address safety concerns along SE 122nd Avenue is the site vicinity. The existing street is […]

  • The Audubon Society of Portland

    2015 The Audubon Society of Portland voluntarily sought assistance from Lancaster Engineering to better understand the feasibility and costs associated with potential short- and long-term traffic calming solutions along their property frontage to improve pedestrian safety for people walking along and across NW Cornell Road. A range of options were explored and discussed in detail […]

  • PCC Rock Creek Master Plan

    2009 – Present Lancaster Engineering has been a long-standing member of a consultant team that has provided ongoing transportation engineering services related to the design and construction of PCC bond projects. This has included two separate land-use entitlement processes with Washington County as well as involvement as a stakeholder representing PCC for a current Washington […]

  • Active Warning Analysis for ‘Right Hook’ Conflicts

    2014-2015 Lancaster Engineering worked with the City of Portland to perform an in-depth analysis of video footage and historical crash data at two intersections within Portland that are prone to ‘right hook’ conflicts between people biking and driving. Though the intersections had bike boxes in place, serious crashes involving vulnerable roadway users continued to occur, […]

  • Bend’s Leehaven Residential

    2016 Tasked with assessing the transportation impacts of a residential infill project in Bend, Oregon, Lancaster worked with the City of Bend and Hayden Homes, the residential developer, to implement creative and progressive solutions to mitigate impact. The site is adjacent to Neff Road, an arterial roadway, in an area transitioning between a narrower, lower […]