Puyallup, WA – Dmitri Suslikov, PE has joined Parametrix as a senior transportation engineer based out of the firm’s Puyallup office. He has nearly 20 years of experience specializing in municipal projects with a focus in road design.
Suslikov comes to Parametrix from Exeltech Consulting. He served as a senior project engineer, developing designs for new roads and road improvements, including intersections, roundabouts, bridge approaches, sidewalks, ADA ramps, overlay, drainage, water, and walking paths. Prior to that he worked for Skillings-Connolly, Inc. and has also served as a project engineer for Mason County Department of Public Works.
His project experience includes the Chumstick Creek Fish Passage Improvement project in Chelan County where 17 culverts were replaced with small bridges. He also served as a project engineer on the City of Lynnwood’s 204th Street Southwest project which included a roundabout, road improvements, sidewalks, parking lots, stormwater detention and treatment facilities, a sediment trap, and utility relocations. Additionally, he was involved in the City of Gig Harbor’s Stinson Avenue water main replacement and roadway improvements.
At Parametrix, Suslikov joins the firm’s Puget Sound region transportation division where he will be working on municipal transportation projects for local agencies.
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