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04.17.18 Kevin Borah, PLS Joins Parametrix

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Boise, ID – Kevin Borah, PLS has joined Parametrix as a Senior Surveyor in the firm’s Bosie office. He has 23 years of experience performing surveys for a variety of clients. Borah comes to Parametrix from WHPacific in Boise where he served as a Project Surveyor and Senior Party Chief. Borah’s experience includes surveys for large geodetic networks, photogrammetry projects, boundary and topography, as well as design surveys for transportation and road projects. He is experienced in mining claims, section breakdowns, construction layout, LiDAR scanning, and ALTA surveys using GPS and robotic total stations. At Parametrix, Borah will support survey projects and provide his expertise for a wide range of clients in Idaho and across the Pacific Northwest Region. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-owned firm dedicated to providing quality engineering, planning, and environmental sciences with superior client service. Fou...

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04.09.18 NM-159 Mogollon Project Receives Engineering Excellence Award

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Albuquerque, NM – Parametrix received an Engineering Excellence Award from the New Mexico Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for their work on the New Mexico Department of Transportation’s NM-159 Drainage and Roadway Project in Mogollon, NM. Following a major flood in September 2013, NM-159 and associated drainage structures were heavily damaged, and in most areas completely washed out. As a result, access to the historic mining town and the surrounding Gila National Forest was severely limited and the roadway needed to be re-established to provide safe, permanent access for area residents, tourists, and the traveling public. Parametrix designed the improvements and provided right-of-way and survey, drainage, geotechnical analysis and reporting, environmental compliance, and public involvement. Due to federal Emergency Relief (ER) funding requirements, Parametrix had nine months to design the new roadway...

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04.06.18 Eleanor Allen, PE, BCEE Joins Parametrix Board of Directors

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Seattle, WA – Eleanor Allen, PE, BCEE joins the Board of Directors of Parametrix as the seventh member of the Board. Allen currently serves as CEO of Water for People, a global non-profit organization committed to providing access to reliable and safe water and sanitation services. Allen began her career as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic. She then spent nearly 20 years as a consulting engineer with CH2M and ARCADIS. Her global career took her to all regions of the world, with a strong focus in Latin America where she lived for over half of her professional life. Allen, a former resident of Seattle, WA, currently resides in Denver, CO with her husband and two children. Allen will bring experience in the water and wastewater industry as well as knowledge of business management and local markets to the Parametrix Board of Directors. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-owned firm dedicated to providin...

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03.29.18 Parametrix Receives Outstanding Performance for Project Management Award from Bureau of Indian Affairs Northwest Regional Office

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Parametrix’s Susan Devine Accepts Award from Larry Burtness, Quileute Tribal Planner.Spokane, WA - In a first, The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Northwest Regional Office awarded the “Outstanding Performance for Project Management by a Contractor” to Parametrix for the Quileute Tribe of the Quileute Reservation. This is the first time a consultant has received an award from the BIA Northwest Regional Office. The award comes after 5 years of planning work for the tribe, culminating in the transportation safety plan, long range transportation plan, inventory, and hours of meetings and outreach with the tribal community. The award was presented to Parametrix Project Manager Susan Devine at the BIA Northwest Regional Office Tribal Transportation Conference held in Spokane, WA this week. About ParametrixParametrix is a 100% employee-owned firm dedicated to providing quality engineering, planning, and environmental sciences with superior ...

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03.02.18 Parametrix Named one of Oregon’s Best Companies to Work for

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Portland, OR – Oregon Business held their 25th Annual Best Companies to Work for Awards yesterday evening at the Oregon Convention Center. One hundred firms were ranked based on the results of an employee survey. The competition included companies from around the state in various sectors. Parametrix ranked on the list as one of the top 25 medium-sized companies to work for in Oregon. Parametrix’s Oregon offices are in Portland and Bend with a total of 75 employee-owners. The firm is committed to improving as a best place to work and offers employee-owners an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, places an emphasis on work/life balance, provides opportunities for growth, and gives employee-owners the opportunity to work on award-winning projects within their community that make a difference. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-owned firm dedicated to providing quality engineering, planning, and environmental sciences wit...

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02.23.18 Josh Channell, AICP Joins Parametrix

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Portland, OR – Josh Channell, AICP has joined Parametrix as a Senior Transportation and Environmental Planner in the firm’s Portland office. He has 14 years of experience as an urban planner and multi-modal transportation specialist managing planning and environmental compliance work for transportation and economic development projects. Channell comes to Parametrix from ICF in Portland where he served as an Environmental and Transportation Planner. Prior to that, he served as Department Manager for Environmental Planning at HNTB in Northern California. Josh has been actively involved in all phases of transportation projects, moving them from initial constraints evaluations and alternatives selection, through environmental clearance and project approvals, to managing construction phase environmental performance. His project experience includes the California High-Speed Rail Project, the Presidio Parkway Public-Private Partnership, new...

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02.20.18 David Treadwell, PE Joins Parametrix

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Portland, OR – David Treadwell, PE has joined Parametrix as a Senior Engineer in the firm’s Portland office. He has 18 years of experience in transit design and construction, focused on light rail, streetcar, and commuter rail. Treadwell comes to Parametrix from HDR where he served as a Senior Rail Engineer and a Project Manager for freight and transit rail projects. Prior to that he was at CH2M where he served as Rail Engineer and Design Manager. His project experience includes projects for TriMet such as the Portland to Milwaukie Light Rail, Westside Express Service, Southwest Corridor High Capacity Transit Study, and the Portland Union Station Preliminary Engineering project. He has also worked on Sound Transit projects including the Tacoma and Federal Way Link Extensions. At Parametrix, Treadwell will join the firm’s growing transit group in Portland to support project work such as the MAX Red Line Extension and Southwest Corrido...

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02.12.18 Parametrix to Complete Preliminary Design for MAX Red Line Extension

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Portland, OR – TriMet has selected Parametrix to perform preliminary design services for the MAX Red Line Extension and Reliability Improvements project. With the Red Line Extension project, TriMet will be able to increase capacity and improve Red Line ridership while decreasing system-wide delays. In a rapidly growing region these improvements are crucial to the future of MAX. The project will include station upgrades and improved wayfinding. This project will increase capacity by double-tracking current single-track sections and will improve system-wide reliability on other MAX lines because of how they share track through several key areas. Parametrix will serve as the prime consultant, manage the project, lead the track/civil design, NEPA process, and support structural design. John Willis will serve as the Parametrix team project manager. He has previously managed TriMet’s Portland-Milwaukie West Segment. Parametrix’s team membe...

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01.25.18 Shawn Ellis, PE Joins Parametrix

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Portland, OR – Shawn Ellis, PE has joined Parametrix as a senior engineer in the firm’s Portland office. She has 24 years of experience in a broad range of civil engineering areas including utility design, stormwater management, and construction management. Ellis comes to Parametrix from BergerABAM. Her project experience includes the North Junction Sewer System Assessment in Ridgefield, WA, Centennial Industrial Park in Vancouver, WA, BNSF Portland Intermodal Yard Storm Drainage Repairs, and Port of Vancouver USA’s West Vancouver Freight Access Project. At Parametrix, Ellis will join the Portland water group. She will be providing storm design for TriMet, Washington County, and WSDOT transportation projects. She will also be involved in sanitary projects for the Pacific City Joint Water-Sanitary Authority. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-owned firm dedicated to providing quality engineering, planning, and envir...

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01.25.18 Shoaib Akram Joins Parametrix

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Seattle, WA – Shoaib Akram has joined Parametrix as a Senior Construction Manager in the firm’s Seattle office. He has 18 years of diverse experience as a construction manager for heavy civil and public infrastructure projects. Shoaib comes to Parametrix from AECOM where he served in various resident engineering roles. His project experience includes a major utility relocation and undergrounding effort for the City of Tukwila, hydroelectric facilities for Puget Sound Energy and Avista, Kirkland Transit Station for Sound Transit, and extensive remediation in the South Lake Union area of Seattle. He works on projects from the planning phase, performing estimating and constructability reviews, to the construction phase where he provides construction oversight, commissioning, and closeout. At Parametrix he joins the Community Building group to work on significant infrastructure projects around the greater Puget Sound region for clien...

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01.23.18 Parametrix to Provide Design and Environmental Services for I-5 at Aurora Donald Interchange Project

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Portland, OR – Parametrix will have a significant role on the David Evans and Associates, Inc. team that was selected by the Oregon Department of Transportation for the I-5 at Aurora Donald Interchange project. Vehicles back up on the I-5 northbound and southbound interchange ramps daily during the morning and evening commutes, creating serious safety concerns with high-speed freeway vehicle traffic and stopped or slow-moving exit ramp traffic. The I-5 at Aurora Donald Interchange Phase 1 project will fix these safety issues and improve operations to keep people and freight moving efficiently through the area. The first stage will include integrated delivery of an interchange area management plan (IAMP), conceptual design, and environmental documentation. Parametrix’s Bill Ciz will serve as the IAMP Task Lead. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-owned firm dedicated to providing quality engineering, planning, and e...

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01.23.18 Parametrix Receives Gold Award for Business Achievement from Environmental Business Journal

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Seattle, WA – Environmental Business Journal® (EBJ), a business research publication which provides high value strategic business intelligence to the environmental industry, has awarded Parametrix with the Gold Award for midsize firms for growing revenues by 32% from 2016 to 2017. The firm’s growth in 2017 was all organic, supported by acquisitions in prior years. The firm’s gross revenue grew from $66 million in 2016 to $87 million in 2017. Parametrix’s staff has also grown by 10%. Major increases in infrastructure spending throughout the western U.S. has fueled growth. The company has expanded revenues in all major services including planning, environmental studies, cultural resources, permitting, design, surveying, and construction management for highways and roads, light rail and transit, ports, water and wastewater treatment, stormwater, industrial, and land development. Among the firm’s top clients are the Washington, Oregon, U...

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01.22.18 Gig Harbor Welcome Plaza and Lift Station Receives ACEC Washington Engineering Excellence Award

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Gig Harbor, WA – The City of Gig Harbor’s Welcome Plaza and Lift Station 4B project received a Bronze Award for Unique or Innovation Applications. The project was also voted by attendees as the People’s Choice Award. ACEC Washington’s 2018 Engineering Excellence Awards were held Friday evening at the Westin Hotel in Bellevue. The awards competition recognizes projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value. For more than 100 years, fishing and related industries have dominated the rhythm of life in Gig Harbor. That legacy is experienced as you stroll along the waterfront amongst modern amenities, restaurants, galleries, and shops. Located in the midst of this waterfront commercial area is Lift Station 4B, which handles approximately one-third of the City’s sewer flows. The existing lift station was built in 1989 and was under capacity, outdated, inefficient, and lacked redundancy. The ...

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01.22.18 Parametrix CEO Jeff Peacock, PE Named ACEC Washington Engineer of the Year

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Seattle, WA – Jeff Peacock, PE was awarded the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Washington’s prestigious Engineer of the Year Award at the 2018 Engineering Excellence Awards Gala. The Engineer of the Year Award recognizes the success, commitment, and contribution of an outstanding individual to the engineering profession. This was the 59th year of the Engineer of the Year Award. Peacock became Parametrix’s CEO in 2008. He joined Parametrix in 1990 as a Senior Transportation Engineer. His technical background is in the planning, environmental compliance, design, and management of transportation infrastructure projects, including some of the most complex projects in the Northwest. Since 1998, he has been a pivotal figure in the SR 520 Floating Bridge Replacement and HOV Improvements program. He has also made significant contributions to the evolution and implementation of the Puget Sound’s regional transit system over t...

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01.18.18 Four Parametrix Projects Receive Engineering Excellence Awards

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Portland, OR – The Oregon Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) held their 2018 Engineering Excellence Awards yesterday evening at the Multnomah Athletic Club. The awards competition recognizes projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value. Four Parametrix projects received awards.The US 20 Barclay Roundabout project in Sisters, OR received the Best in Category – Transportation award. The roundabout at the intersection of US 20 and Barclay/McKinney Butte has improved safety for local traffic as well as tourists travelling to Sisters and Central Oregon. Previously, the intersection was only controlled by stop signs at the cross roads. Often, it was dangerous for drivers to cross the highway to access schools and businesses on the west side of the interchange. On busy weekends, traffic on the highway could back up for a few miles. Through an extensive public i...

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01.16.18 Parametrix to Create Safe Route to School for Kitsap Lake Elementary School Students

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The existing cross walk at Kitsap Lake Elementary School.Bremerton, WA – In an effort to encourage more kids to walk or bike to school, the City of Bremerton has prioritized Safe Routes to School Improvements for Kitsap Lake Elementary School. Recently, the City learned that they would receive grant funding for the project through the 2016 Safe Routes to School program. Parametrix helped to prepare the grant application and was recently selected to design the project. Parametrix is teamed with PH Consulting and Shannon & Wilson to provide engineering, stakeholder coordination, stormwater drainage design, survey, channelization and signing, electrical design, and geotechnical services for the project. The project will focus on pedestrian improvements along Harlow Drive from Kitsap Way to Osprey Circle. These improvements will include replacing a narrow 1-foot-wide roadway shoulder with a 10-foot wide sidewalk and ADA-compliant cu...

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01.11.18 Parametrix to Provide Planning and Environmental Services for Sound Transit’s Tacoma Dome Link Extension

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Seattle, WA – The team led by HDR with Parametrix as the major team partner will begin work to provide environmental and preliminary engineering services for Sound Transit’s Tacoma Dome Link Extension. The project, which will connect Pierce and South King County residents to the regional light rail network, includes 9.7 miles of light rail with four stations in South Federal Way, Fife, East Tacoma, and the Tacoma Dome, as well as a new operations and maintenance facility. This project is part of the first wave of the Sound Transit 3 (ST3) initiative approved by voters in November 2016 which will connect light rail service from Tacoma to Seattle and further north. Innovative delivery strategies will be used to meet the budget and schedules laid out in ST3. The Tacoma Dome Link Extension will open for service in 2030 and is projected to have an average of 27,000 – 37,000 daily riders by 2040. Parametrix’s John Perlic, PE will serve ...

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12.20.17 Sarah Touey, PE Joins Parametrix

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Portland, OR – Sarah Touey, PE has joined Parametrix as a senior engineer in the firm’s Portland office. She has 11 years of experience in the management of transportation and transit projects for public agencies. Prior to joining Parametrix, Touey worked for TriMet. She did civil design for the Division Bus Rapid Transit project, design and construction management of the MAX Track Rehabilitation project in downtown Portland, and management of a bridge inspections contract. As an engineer in the Maintenance of Way division at TriMet, Touey’s main focus was to improve reliability for the MAX by replacing the oldest track work under operations of a live system. Prior to that, she was with the Washington State Department of Transportation, designing hydraulics and ADA improvements for large interchange projects and culvert rehabilitations in the Columbia Gorge. At Parametrix, she will join the Portland transportation group and be involv...

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12.18.17 Michael Horntvedt Returns to Parametrix

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Seattle, WA – Michael Horntvedt has rejoined Parametrix as a senior consultant in the firm’s Seattle office. He has 23 years of experience in transportation planning. He specializes in the management of complex multimodal transportation improvement projects. Horntvedt has served as a senior transportation planner at Parsons for the past four years. Prior to that, he was with Parametrix for 14 years. His experience includes transportation planning and design projects for WSDOT, Seattle, Snohomish County, and King County. He has managed projects involving practical solutions application, transit facility planning and design, complex interchange planning and design, community engagement, transportation demand management, and non-motorized facility planning. Horntvedt joins Parametrix’s transportation planning group and will support WSDOT and transit projects in the Puget Sound area. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employ...

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12.15.17 Sheila Muckridge Joins Parametrix

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Portland, OR - Sheila Muckridge has joined Parametrix to enhance the firm’s Oregon region business development and marketing team. Muckridge will lead business development strategies as the Oregon region’s Marketing Division Manager. Prior to joining Parametrix, Sheila was with HDR and has 15 years of industry experience. About Parametrix 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 Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, and New Mexico. Parametrix is comprised of 500 professionals providing multi-disciplinary services in transportation, natural resources, community building, water solutions, and environmental engineering and science. Connect with Parametrix at www.parametrix.com, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Interested in becoming an employee-owner at Parametrix? Check out our...

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12.14.17 Harvin Flores, PE Joins Parametrix

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Boise, ID – Harvin Flores, PE has joined Parametrix as a senior engineer in the firm’s Boise office. He has 14 years of experience, specializing in transportation engineering. Prior to joining Parametrix, Flores was a project manager at T-O Engineers. His experience includes roadway design, project management, construction engineering, and inspection. He is skilled in rural and urban roadway design, intersections, drainage and irrigation, utility design, signing and pavement marking plans, and traffic control plans. He has worked on projects for the Ada County Highway District, the Idaho Transportation Department, the Local Highway and Technical Assistance Council, and other local municipalities. At Parametrix, Flores will join the Boise transportation group where he will be leading transportation projects for local clients as well as assisting with business development in Idaho. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-...

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12.13.17 Parametrix Ranked #8 on ENR Northwest Top Design Firms List

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Seattle, WA – Parametrix has been ranked #8 on Engineering News Record (ENR) Northwest’s 2017 Top Design Firms List. The ranking includes both publicly and privately held firms and is based on 2016 design-specific revenue in the region. The survey includes more than 40 firms that posted a combined $1.28 billion in revenue. Activity in Washington leads the three-state region with $854.9 million, followed by Oregon with $308.47 million and Alaska with $112.97 million. “It is as positive as I have seen for a number of years and probably as strong as it was even before the Great Recession” said Parametrix CEO Jeff Peacock. Parametrix has 100 licensed professional engineers in the Northwest region. The firm had over $54 million in revenue in the Northwest region in 2016, 45% of which came from transportation projects and 20% from sewage/solid waste projects. Parametrix’s largest project to break ground in the region in 2016 was the Cowli...

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12.12.17 Janelle Hitch, PE Joins Parametrix

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Seattle, WA – Janelle Hitch has joined Parametrix as a senior engineer in the firm’s Seattle office. She has 24 years of experience, specializing in development and transportation engineering. Hitch comes to Parametrix from the City of Bainbridge Island where she was responsible for the review and inspection of all infrastructure components of private development projects. Prior to that, she was with WSDOT in roles including assistant project engineer, design team lead, design engineer, and air quality and noise specialist. Her project experience includes the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement, I-90 and SR 520 Lake Washington Congestion Management Sign Bridges, and I-5 Boeing Access Road to I-90 I/C Sign Bridges. At Parametrix she will join the transportation design group and be working on projects such as the Tacoma Dome Link Light Rail project and Federal Way City Center Access project. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100...

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11.22.17 John Palewicz, AIA, DBIA, LEED Joins Parametrix

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Seattle, WA –John Palewicz, AIA, DBIA, LEED has joined Parametrix as a Senior Consultant in the firm’s Seattle office. He has over 40 years of industry experience, specializing in alternative project delivery methods for public agency projects. Palewicz comes to Parametrix after more than two decades with the University of Washington’s Capital Planning and Development office where he managed general contractor/construction manager and design-build projects totaling over $1.2 billion. His project experience includes Husky Stadium, Montlake Triangle Project, Molecular Engineering and Sciences, New Law School, Computer Sciences, Savery Hall Renovation, Husky Baseball Ballpark, West Campus Utility Plant, PACCAR Hall for the Business School, Intramural Activities Building, and the Conibear Shellhouse. He will join Parametrix’s Community Building division, providing expertise for design-build and alternative delivery projects. Palewicz i...

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11.21.17 Matt Austin, PE Joins Parametrix

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Seattle, WA – Parametrix has hired Matt Austin, PE as a senior engineer in the firm’s Seattle office. He has over 10 years of experience providing utility designs for various-scale utility relocation and new infrastructure projects. Prior to joining Parametrix, Austin was a project engineer at HDR. His experience includes significant coordination with municipalities, water/sewer utility districts, and franchise utility providers. He has provided utility relocation and infrastructure design for Sound Transit’s Link light rail extensions in Federal Way, Tacoma, and SeaTac. Austin will join the firm’s water solutions division municipal group. He will be leading utility designs for many of our local clients as well as assisting with business development in the Seattle area. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-owned firm dedicated to providing quality engineering, planning, and environmental sciences with superior clie...

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11.10.17 Jeff Fredine Joins Parametrix

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Albuquerque, NM – Parametrix has hired Jeff Fredine as Environmental Planning and Compliance (EP&C) Division Manager in the firm’s Albuquerque office. He has over 20 years of industry experience, specializing in cultural resources, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) documentation. Prior to joining Parametrix, Fredine was with WSP (formerly Parsons Brinckerhoff) where he served as a Lead Planner, Principal Investigator, and Manager of the Environmental Planning group. His experience includes environmental and cultural investigations and documentation for a variety of urban and rural highway, transit, and utility infrastructure projects. Prior to that, he worked for the New Mexico Department of Transportation Environmental Bureau where he managed environmental and cultural resource clearances for transportation projects throughout New Mexico. Fredine will lead the firm’s EP&C...

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11.03.17 Parametrix CEO Jeff Peacock, PE Serves as Panelist at EFCG Leadership Conference

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Seattle, WA – Parametrix CEO Jeff Peacock, PE was invited to serve as a panelist at the Environmental Financial Consulting Group’s (EFCG) Annual CEO Conference in New York City this week. This was EFCG’s 28th Annual CEO Conference. “The EFCG conference brings 250 A/E/C firm CEOs together to discuss and explore common industry issues” said Peacock. EFCG’s CEO conference is by invitation only and addresses the financial and strategic concerns of the A/E/C industry. Peacock goes on to say that “being invited to speak at the conference is a special privilege and a wonderful opportunity to learn from others what is happening in our industry and the trends that will shape our future business.” Peacock served as a panelist on the “Board of Directors’ Issues” session which focused on the role of the Board of Directors, differences between private and public firms, and more. About Parametrix Parametrix is a 100-percent employee-owned firm...

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10.25.17 Ruan Bacigalupa, PS Joins Parametrix

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Albuquerque, NM – Parametrix has hired Ruan Bacigalupa, PS as surveying supervisor in the firm’s Albuquerque office. Bacigalupa has 36 years of surveying experience, specializing in the research, boundary analysis, and document preparation of right-of-way mapping and assessments. Bacigalupa was previously employed by WSP (formerly known as Parsons Brinckerhoff) where he served as a Professional Surveyor in charge of right-of-way mapping, boundary surveys, subdivision platting, property ownership mapping, easement surveys, and GIS database generation. At Parametrix, Bacigalupa will be responsible for growing the firm’s surveying practice in New Mexico. About ParametrixAs 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 New Mexico, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Utah. Parametrix is c...

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10.13.17 Robert Rohler, PE Joins Parametrix

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Puyallup, WA – Parametrix has hired Robert Rohler, PE as a senior electrical engineer in the firm’s Puyallup office. Rohler has 29 years of experience in electrical and project engineering. He specializes in the design and construction of wastewater facilities and pump stations for municipal and private clients. Rohler was previously was employed by Brown and Caldwell where he served as a Principal Electrical Engineer in the firm’s Electrical and Process Automation Service group. His technical background is based upon applying electrical building codes to produce solid engineering designs, including power distribution, motor controls, lighting designs, standby and emergency power systems, uninterruptable power systems for critical power, and communication systems. His construction experience includes assessments of existing facilities, modifying existing facilities to accommodate upgrades and system expansion, working with contractor...

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