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January 2017

Duportail Bridge: Defining the Term for the City of Richland

The bridge will include two vehicle travels lanes in each direction with bicycle lanes and sidewalks on each side.

The people of Richland knew what they wanted. A bridge. An uncomplicated kind of bridge.

Richland is in need of a link, connecting the patchwork of commerce, transportation, and access between two adjacent neighborhoods. Their solution? A concrete structure, connecting existing roadways, parks, and commerce on both sides of the Yakima River. Read more about Duportail Bridge: Defining the Term for the City of Richland

Envision…the Past Year in Review

Have you noticed over the past year the number of clients and projects requiring sustainable infrastructure solutions? This growing shift to cost-effective and resilient projects that support a community’s economic and infrastructure needs is confirmed by the increased practice and credentialing in Envision, a guidance and rating tool for sustainable infrastructure. Read more about Envision…the Past Year in Review

Encouraging Girls in Math and Science

The event was held at the FIRSTWashington Fieldhouse in Kent, Washington.

On 15 November 2016, the Kent Chamber of Commerce hosted the day-long Girls F.I.R.S.T. Initiative at the FIRSTWashington Fieldhouse in Kent, Washington, to encourage girls from the Kent school district in math and science, and where volunteers mentored the teams of 80 middle-school girls through a robotics competition. Read more about Encouraging Girls in Math and Science