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WHPacific Provides Roundabout Design Training to NMDOT

WHPacific transportation engineers recently conducted a two hour roundabout design training session for NMDOT’s Central Region Design Center staff.  The session focused on roundabout design criteria, data management, iterative design processes, horizontal and vertical design controls, pedestrian accessibility, methods of performing quality control reviews, and recommended standards for construction plan drawings.  Attendees were eligible to receive Professional Development Hours for the training.  Additional training sessions are being planned for the North and South Region Design Centers. If your Public Agency performs or oversees roundabout design you could benefit from this training.  Contact whp-marketing@whpacific.com for more information.   WHPacific is a [...]

May 24th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

How Do YOU Blow Off Steam?

Recently our Albuquerque Fun Committee organized an event for our office to blow off some first quarter steam. After working incredibly hard for the duration of Q1, it was time to let their hair down and have some fun. This time, they went axe throwing, and let me tell you…it was a blast! This is just an example of what the Committee puts together on a regular basis. Great work everyone on a successful first quarter, you guys certainly earned this “fun event”.   WHPacific is a full service, woman-owned multi-discipline Engineering & Architecture firm with offices throughout the United [...]

May 7th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

WHPacific Designing Bridge and Highway Improvements for NMDOT

WHPacific was recently awarded follow-on services by NMDOT to complete preliminary and final design of bridge replacement and road improvements on NM 566 in Gallup, NM.  The project will replace an aging bridge over the BNSF Railroad and South Fork of the Rio Puerco.  Led by senior bridge engineer Mike Zwolinski, WHPacific is currently preparing a project Scoping Report, evaluating various alignment and bridge alternatives, and developing a Bridge Type Selection Study.  Design is scheduled for completion in September 2020 with construction programmed for FY 2021. WHPacific is a full service, woman-owned multi-discipline Engineering & Architecture firm with offices throughout [...]

April 30th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

Portland Office Attends APWA Conference

Last week our Oregon Transportation team attended the 2019 APWA Oregon Chapter Spring Conference. Thank you to all that came out to work the booth. We enjoyed the interaction with our local clients and teaming partners. We are already looking forward to next year.   WHPacific is a full service, woman-owned multi-discipline Engineering & Architecture firm with offices throughout the United States. For over 50 years, our teams have been regarded for helping both public and private clients achieve success with their most challenging projects through the following core service lines: Transportation, Survey and Mapping, Development Services, Water Resources, Environmental [...]

April 22nd, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

WHPacific Works With Portland Parks and Recreation to Rid Forest of Invasive Species

From office to office, we at WHPacific take great pride in keeping our forests, lakes and shorelines clean and free from pests like ivy. In the spirit of our Value, Collaboration, We recently teamed up with Portland Parks and Rec, along with a few other volunteers to tackle Forest Park, where the invasive species, ivy, has begun to become overgrown. Being environmentally friendly is something we live by at WHPacific. We are honored to have been able to do our part.   WHPacific is a full service, woman-owned multi-discipline Engineering & Architecture firm with offices throughout the United States. For [...]

April 10th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

WHPacific Donates Survey Equipment to Local College

One of our Values at WHPacific is People. In this case People is referring to the students of Cuyamaca College. Recently, we donated GPS equipment to the college so that the students of this Institution can continue to advance their education in one of our core service lines, survey. Our goal is to continue to strengthen our professional community by providing the necessary equipment to students who will help us live out our Mission: Enhance Client satisfaction with creative, exceptional service, through empowered employees. “This semester we have 59 students. Cuyamaca College continues to advance its mission of introducing its [...]

April 9th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|