ACEC Engineer of the Year Specializes in High-Rise Buildings & Tall Mountains

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Washington honored Chris Robertson, vice president of Shannon & Wilson, with the prestigious Engineer of the Year Award during ACEC’s annual Engineering Excellence Awards presentation on January 18, 2013. Chris Robertson has truly climbed to new heights both inside and outside his 31-year career as a geologist and

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MKA earns top ACEC Award for 23-acre sustainable, futuristic City Creek Center in downtown Salt Lake City

MKA has earned the top honor in the 45th annual Engineering Excellence Awards, sponsored by the Washington State chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), for helping transform and re-energize Salt Lake City’s center. ACEC Washington honored 43 projects representing a wide range of engineering achievements and demonstrating the highest degree of skill

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Meet ACEC Washington New Member – Confluence Environmental

Confluence Environmental joins ACEC Washington’s Associate Membership, providing mangagement and delivery of complex environmental projects. At Confluence Environmental Company, our partnership is built on the belief that there is another way to offer environmental consulting services. We’ve chosen a lean, efficient business model that gives our clients access to the best senior-level scientific and planning

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Meet ACEC Washington New Member – Glapin Milphrey

Glapin Milphrey is a new ACEC Washington Associate Member, providing services in Architectural Metrology. We’ve pulled some information from Glapin Milphrey’s website to introduce the newest member to ACEC Washington. About Glapin Milphrey We began experimenting with building information modeling in the late 1990’s, with Bentley’s Microstation Triforma, and then REVIT. While Autodesk re-visioned the

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Hart Crowser Adds New Staff

Seattle,WA (September 2012). Eight new staff members have joined Hart Crowser. Pete Heltzel and Kelsey Donahue have joined the Edmonds office. Heltzel is a fisheries biologist who is helping the City of Bellevue determine the status and trends of fish populations in urban streams.  His clients have included the US Army Corps of Engineers, US

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