Washington County continues to construct major roadway improvement projects in response to the continued growth in the County. Staffing of inspection of these projects is difficult due to the surge of activity during periods of the construction season. WHPacific has helped address that need by providing our staff to assist with inspection, as well as [...]
Bothell, Washington - This federally funded project will construct approximately 3,500 linear feet of 10-foot-wide concrete pedestrian/bicycle trail along the western side of Chain Lake Road matching the existing path terminus just north of Rainier View Road and extend to Brown Road. A few of the challenges will be that the trail will pass through [...]
WHPacific Wins ACEC Building/Technology Systems Award in Albuquerque, NMArchitecture, Aviation, Construction Management & Inspection, Facilities, Government, Land Development, New Mexico, Planning, Power & Utilities, Power Engineering, Survey & Mapping, Transportation, Transportation Engineering
Albuquerque , New Mexico - WHPacific, Inc. was the lead firm for the A/E team designing the new Snow Barn Complex. WHPacific provided a broad range of professional services including programming, architecture, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, fire protection engineering, structural engineering, project management, environmental services, and construction administration. Project Uniqueness: The City of Albuquerque’s [...]
Eric Strong, an Aviation Director our of WHPacific's Washington operation goes into detail about a project recently completed for the Orcas Island Airport. "Orcas Island is a popular destination for tourists, and the island maintains a vibrant economy serving business and recreational interests. Many local residents, businesses, and visitors travel to Orcas Island by scheduled [...]
WHPacific Continues Providing Quality Work for Tribal Nations and Picks Up Three More Projects For Ramah Navajo Chapter.
WHPacific is set to undertake another 3 projects for the Navajo Nation in New Mexico. Following on last years’ completion of an award winning Long Range Transportation Plan for the Ramah Navajo Chapter, the Albuquerque office will develop design and construction documents for improvements to 6.5 miles of BIA Route 125, and perform realignment studies [...]
Working with APWA transportation committee, Jerry led and promoted Porous Pavement’s Success technical session on 2017 Fall Conference. He moderated the well-attended session with 56 people. Big thanks go to Mark Palmer from the City of Puyallup and Jessica Knickerbocker from the City of Tacoma, for their great presentations and productive questions and answers. Also, [...]