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04.05.17 Parametrix Hires Don Proctor, PE

04.05.17 | Leave a Comment

Seattle, WA – Parametrix has hired Don Proctor, PE as a senior engineer in the firm’s Seattle office. Proctor has over 25 years of civil engineering experience including work on municipal roadways, transit, schools, and drainage projects.

Proctor comes to Parametrix from PBS Engineering. Prior to that he was with Mead & Hunt. His project experience includes Witte Road corridor for City of Maple Valley, SW 312th Street Widening for City of Federal Way, Parkland Transit Center for Pierce Transit, Boon Road drainage improvements for Island County, Tukwila Station drainage and grading improvements for Sound Transit, and Glacier Peak High School campus for Snohomish School District.

At Parametrix, Proctor will be joining the transportation group in Seattle to support increased project work.

As a 100-percent employee-owned firm, Parametrix is dedicated to providing quality engineering, planning, and environmental sciences with superior client service. Founded in 1969, Parametrix has offices in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, and New Mexico. Parametrix is comprised of more than 400 professionals providing multi-disciplinary services in transportation, natural resources, community building, water solutions, and environmental engineering and science. 

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