OPAL Community Land Trust seeks proposals from qualified firms to provide a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for three properties OPAL will be developing within the next two years. The report must meet the current ASTM Standards as of January 1, 2022. Contact OPAL’s Project Manager with questions at 360-317-5298 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Civil engineer needed to provide full design services for eight affordable single-family homes on Orcas Island in Eastsound WA. Qualified proposals will show a successful track record with green and low-impact development, a history of designing and securing stormwater permits, and completion of new construction projects with 10 units or more. A familiarity with the […]
Motivated by their concern about the loss of affordable housing for local families, islanders Maia and John Vechey and Dave Roberts partnered with OPAL Community Land Trust in early May to buy seven apartments on Mt. Baker Road. “When these units went on the market, there was the very real possibility that the people living […]