Roche Harbor Resort has long been a favorite destination for many travelers exploring the San Juan Islands of Washington State. Located on the northern tip of San Juan Island, the seaside village stands next to the picturesque harbor, and offers some of the most spectacular sunsets in the Pacific Northwest. A unique attraction with continuous exposure to a broad community of people, the goals of the Roche Harbor Village Project have been to expand the residential and commercial development in phases utilizing low impact sustainable development techniques. 2020 ENGINEERING as part of the master planning and site design team had responsibility for the civil engineering components of the plat. The plat application included the planning, conceptual design, and cost estimating for low impact development (LID) site design. This 177 acre, with a new hotel, 277 residential units plus commercial development incorporates raingardens on each lot, water efficient landscaping, compost amended soil, porous surfaces (within lots), porous pavements (within right-of-ways), and rainwater catchment.

Mark Buehrer

Richard Hobbs Project Manager 360.317.5024

Sustainable stormwater management
Low Impact Development (LID)
Master Planning
Rainwater Catchment
Civil Engineering
Cost Estimating
Porous Pavements