Projects

Powell Butte Highway Roundabout

Residents had been avoiding the intersection of Powell Butte Highway with Neff and Alfalfa Market Roads because of safety concerns due to high speeds and limited sight distances.

Empire Corridor Improvements

Improvements to the Empire Corridor represent long-term multimodal solutions that allow the City to balance connectivity, safety, and user improvements with increased traffic from local and regional growth.

Canopy/Effective Shade Evaluation

The City of Lake Oswego needed to update its Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Implementation Plan to continue protection of its water resources and to meet state water quality standards.

Womens Bay Wharf Demolition

Parametrix provided bathymetric survey for demolition of a wharf in a remote area. High resolution upland and bathymetry surveys with full overlap were completed on short notice.

Port of Everett Survey

Parametrix is providing survey services for Port of Everett facilities including multibeam, single beam, 3D scanning, and topographic data collection, as well as data processing, quality control, and drafting of comprehensive marina berthing diagram plan sets

Ostrich Creek Culvert Replacement

Fish passage was being blocked through three culverts along Ostrich Creek due to high velocity conditions and the presence of large outfall drops.

Lincoln Street Safety Improvements

Lincoln Street (US 101) is a key transportation route through Port Angeles and one of the City’s most active arterials. This project provided several multimodal pedestrian and bike improvements to improve safety through the downtown core.

SR 410/Traffic Avenue Interchange

The SR 410/Traffic Avenue Interchange is significant to the growing South Sound region; it is a freight route, provides access to a regional commuter rail station, access to the free for emergency services, and acts as the entrance to downtown Sumner.

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