Samples of our i-CONSULTING projects include:


We are very pleased to be working for EXTENDA, the Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia, Spain. Through our work in the Andalusia region, we have come to appreciate the talented sustainable architect/engineers who naturally apply traditional Mediterranean concepts to contemporary architecture resulting in reduced energy and water use in hot climates. i-SUSTAIN identified this unique strength, has worked with Extenda on branding it, and is helping to promote Andalusian architect engineers in the US. To support this effort and the brand, we will be developing print and electronic media as well as bringing talented architect/engineers to California Nov. 6-11, 2016 to share their expertise with potential collaborators and clients.

Research & Report: Seattle and Copenhagen, a “Tale of Two Cities’ Growth Strategies,
Client: Vulcan Inc., 2010
Both Copenhagen and Seattle are continuing to grow in spite of limited new area to develop. The two cities have taken different paths in trying to accommodate growth in a way that is congruent with the existing city.

Research & Report: “Count Me In, Tools to Signal the Importance of Pedestrians and Bicyclists, Options and Specifications Overview.”
Client: Seattle City Council, 2008
Almost every city counts their vehicle traffic, but few count their pedestrians and cyclists. This study for the Seattle City Council, along with our urban sustainability study tours of Denmark and Sweden, influenced Seattle to start counting cyclists and pedestrians. This lead to the installation of some of the first bicycle counters in the United States.

Research, Report, and Presentation: “Solid Waste Management, Seattle-Copenhagen Waste Comparison Study.”
Presentation to Seattle City Council, 2008
In 2007 the City of Seattle adopted a Zero Waste Strategy, but how would Seattle get there?  At the time, Copenhagen was the best example for Seattle.  With about the same number of people, the recycling rates were the same but Copenhagen landfilled less than 3% of its waste while Seattle landfilled about 45%.