WRA designed the hydrology of the wetland and developed detailed grading plans to provide a diversity of wetland habitats within the treatment wetland.The Pacific Commons Stormwater Treatment wetland is an 18-acre stormwater treatment facility that was designed to treat stormwater from the adjacent new development.WRA developed innovative approaches to address such challenges as excessive flooding, mosquito abatement, and predation on vegetation by geese.WRA landscape architects designed state-of-the-art interpretive panels to educate the public about the habitats that we created and restored at Pacific Commons.In years following construction, native vegetation has continued to thrive within the wetland, demonstrating that habitat and stormwater functionality can be combined for the mutual benefit of people and nature.