WHPacific Continues Providing Quality Work for Tribal Nations and Picks Up Three More Projects For Ramah Navajo Chapter.
WHPacific is set to undertake another 3 projects for the Navajo Nation in New Mexico. Following on last years’ completion of an award winning Long Range Transportation Plan for the Ramah Navajo Chapter, the Albuquerque office will develop design and construction documents for improvements to 6.5 miles of BIA Route 125, and perform realignment studies for portions of BIA Route 145 and BIA Route 113. The design and studies are scheduled for completion in August 2018.
WHPacific tapped to provide housing inspection/assessment services for 638 Pueblo of Laguna homes. WHPacific Sr. Project Manager Barry Roth heads the effort. This is just one of many wins for the Construction Services group in our Albuquerque market. Congratulations Barry Roth and team.
WHPacific provided full in-house design services that included Programming, Architecture, Civil, Mechanical, Plumbing & Electrical. 3D Modeling & Renderings were used to produce visualizations for the client and other stake holders to help make important decisions. Upon completion of the design WHPacific negotiated with Flint Co. to take over as prime contractor to build St. Anthony’s Church as a design-build by which WHPacific provided construction administration services for. The Pueblo of Santa Ana held the Christening of the St. Anthony Church on October 15th, 2017.
Working with APWA transportation committee, Jerry led and promoted Porous Pavement’s Success technical session on 2017 Fall Conference. He moderated the well-attended session with 56 people. Big thanks go to Mark Palmer from the City of Puyallup and Jessica Knickerbocker from the City of Tacoma, for their great presentations and productive questions and answers. Also, WHPacific would like to thank Jerry Liu and his commitment to the APWA and the betterment of Seattle's infrastructure.
WHPacific is happy to announce that Jordan Cools recently earned his PE from Portland State University. Jordan has been with the company since 2013, and performs his work out of our Portland location as a Bridge Engineer/Civil Designer. Congratulations Jordan on a job well done!
Last week a dozen volunteers (and significant others) from our Portland office participated in the SOLVE Oregon Beach and Riverside cleanup project. SOLVE estimates that over 4,600 volunteers picked up approximately 72,000 POUNDS OF TRASH and marine debris from 140 statewide project sites. WHPacific’s selected site was Walton Beach on Sauvie Island. WHPacific and our coordinator Mike Dane would like to personally thank each volunteer and family member for putting in their time to keep our shorelines beautiful. Dave Nafie, Director of Aviation put together this great video to document the cleanup effort. The amount of liter and waste picked [...]