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Coordination is Key to Designing Roundabouts on State Routes

By Katie Handel, EIT

Many issues come into play when designing a roundabout that serves multiple purposes and involves multiple stakeholders (City, WSDOT, utilities, developer) and an integrated design team. 421 more words

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A Civil Engineer’s First Year

By Courtney Langer, EIT

After graduating from the University of Portland in May of 2014, I had one thing in mind: find an engineering job so I could get out of my parents’ house as soon as possible. 698 more words

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Historic Preservation

By Wendell Johnson, PLS, AICP, Director, Development Services

In the spring of 2010, my daughter and I were privileged to accompany some coworkers on a trip to France. 873 more words

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A Transportation Engineer’s Day as a Surveyor

By Leif Johansen, PE, Transportation Engineer

Even a Little Experience Can Be a Huge Asset

A little experience working on the survey crew can be a huge asset in the civil engineer’s tool box. 651 more words

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Summer in the San Juan Islands – Getting There by Air

By Kurt Addicott, PE, Airport Group Director
& Kathleen Baxter, Marketing Coordinator

Washington’s San Juan Islands are home to spectacular views, vast wilderness and wildlife, small town culture, and historic accommodations, and they are a Northwest treasure that everyone should visit. 823 more words

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San Diego-Tijuana Earthquake Scenario Development

By: David Gonzalez, PE, SE, Principal Engineer

Approximately five million people call the San Diego-Tijuana metropolitan areas home. Their complex and dynamic economies create a cross-border community that has independent economic and political structures. 664 more words

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10 Days in Nepal

By Sabina Surana, PE, Project Engineer, Structural Engineering Group

I had the opportunity to participate in the disaster recovery effort in Nepal, following the devastating April 25, 2015 earthquake. 1,461 more words

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