Submitted by SCJ Alliance
SCJ Alliance established an office in Seattle in 2017 to meet the growing need for engineering and planning services. After three years, successful leadership on major efforts in Seattle has required SCJ to move to a larger space.
“Our new office gives our team room for continued growth and creates valuable collaboration space,” shares Seattle Principal, Lisa Reid, PE, PMP. Lisa is joined in leadership by Linda Amato, AICP, and Corey Jurcak, PE. The new location is in the 1201 Third building, between Seneca Street and University Street, in the heart of downtown Seattle.
The 100% employee-owned firm specializes in civil engineering and site development, transportation planning and design, environmental and urban planning, landscape architecture, public outreach, and cable-propelled transit. SCJ has offices in Ballard, Seattle, Gig Harbor, Lacey, Centralia, Wenatchee and Spokane, Wash., as well as Boulder, Colo. The firm has been nationally recognized numerous times for growth, award-winning projects, and as a great place to work.
Notable Seattle-area projects include the Delridge Way SW – RapidRide H Line in West Seattle, the Magnolia Bridge Planning Study, the Edmonds SR 99 Gateway/Revitalization Project, SR 520 Montlake to Washington Interchange and Bridge Replacement, and the Ballard Bridge Planning Study. Others of regional significance include congestion relief solutions for I-5 through the JBLM area and several Washington fish passage improvement projects.
Staff work collaboratively with public and private clients throughout the western United States to anticipate emerging needs and priorities, envision projects that enhance communities, and create designs that bring the vision to life.