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Okanogan Trail Construction (OTC) is a versatile trail design and construction company that has been dedicated to sustainable trail building for over thirty years. OTC is adept in working with diverse environments and geologies, specializing in rugged and remote terrains as well as rural and urban settings. We ensure our trail durability by working with each locationís distinct characteristics, incorporating environmental elements and weather patterns into our sustainable design.
The OTC team is a unique group of trail builders and support staff, whose combined experience and skills set us apart from most other trail contractors. Unlike many other companies, OTC is dedicated to the construction of trails exclusively; we have no other business interests, so we are able to focus on what we do best. Our company maintains federal, state, county and municipal contract relationships, while also building relationships with private organizations and nonprofits. OTC has constructed trails in national forests, wildlife preserves, college campuses, private lands and urban areas.
Our business is expanding every year and we currently specialize in the following areas:
- Sustainable trail design, surveys and planning
- Sustainable trail construction
- -Hiking, biking and equestrian trails
- -Stabilized (ADA accessible) trails
- Trail restoration and upgrades
- Pedestrian bridge design, maintenance and installation
- Stone masonry benches
- Trail signage
- Visitor amenities
OTC not only believes in building sustainable trails, but in maintaining an environmentally sustainable business as well. In order to do so, we use recycled and efficient materials on site and in our office, including biodiesel powered equipment and vehicles, as well as recycled and environmentally friendly office supplies. We also strive to support local communities by utilizing local resources whenever possible. At OTC, we create access to nature through trail building and believe in protecting nature through environmental consciousness. We hope that our trails encourage people to enjoy nature and to protect it as well.