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New Member Introductions David Brown, Kennedy Jenks Consultants John Engber, Strategies 360 Brian Monaghan, Wildlands, Inc. 2008 PNWA Annual Meeting. Kennedy/Jenks Consultants. Established in 1919 in San Francisco

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New Member Introductions

David Brown, Kennedy Jenks Consultants

John Engber, Strategies 360

Brian Monaghan, Wildlands, Inc.

2008 PNWA Annual Meeting

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Established in 1919 in San Francisco

One of the first consulting engineering firms headquartered west of the Mississippi River

600 employees in 25 offices

Kennedy/Jenks Consultants

portland office
Portland Office
  • Office started 12 years ago to serve an existing client
  • Today – full service, serving both private and public clients
  • Continues to grow – 60+ staff
  • High employee retention
clients
Clients

Water Environment

Water

Wastewater

Recycled Water

Transportation

Railroads

Airports

Marine Ports

Industrial

Manufacturing

Food & Beverage

Redevelopment

Federal

NPS, GSA, USFS, Navy, COE

port of tacoma
Port of Tacoma

Blair/Hylebos Redevelopment – Road, Rail, & Infrastructure Project

Stormwater Planning and Design

woodburn oregon water system
Woodburn, Oregon Water System

Water supply, treatment, storage, and distribution

port of seattle stia
Port of Seattle, STIA

Industrial Waste System (IWS) – Process, Treatment, Trenchless Technologies

pierce county washington
Pierce County, Washington

Reclaimed Water planning and design

kern water bank authority
Kern Water Bank Authority

Kern County, California

Expansion of Water Banking Operations

New conveyance structures, turnouts, channel/highway crossings, pump station, metering structure

Water

rio vista water treatment plant
Rio Vista Water Treatment Plant

Santa Clarita, California

Water Treatment Planning and Design

3 advanced processes (ozone as primary disinfectant, high-rate contact clarification, and high-rate filtration) in one efficient, cost-effective treatment process

Water

san francisco international airport
San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco, CA

Utility Tunnel and Infrastructure Improvements

Use of utility corridors to plan and design 8 major underground utility systems

Relocation/design of water distribution, sewer, drainage, natural gas, industrial waste sewer, telecommunications, diesel fuel, and power systems

Planned facility outage to avoid service interruptions

reno sparks wwtf
Reno-Sparks WWTF

Cities of Reno and Sparks, Nevada

Facility Expansion Project

Planning and design of compact, cost-effective, energy-efficient facility expansion to double capacity from 20 to 40 mgd

Use of advanced treatment processes – PhoStrip for phosphorus removal, and fluidized bed biological treatment for denitrification

Increased treatment capacity without damage to extremely sensitive downstream ecosystem

baylands park
Baylands Park

City of Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California

Water Conservation and Reuse

An award-winning, 185-acre recreational facility with water conservation features and potable and recycled water distribution systems

On-site management of storm water runoff to irrigate freshwater wetlands

Reclaimed water used to irrigate landscape, constructed wetlands, and wildlife habitats

dulzura conduit
Dulzura Conduit

City of San Diego, California

Restoration of Antiquated Aqueduct System

Renovation/replacement of an 85-year-old aqueduct system through 11 miles of rugged terrain

Restored flow to original 40-MGD capacity (potential expansion to 60 MGD)

50% of original projected capital cost/O&M savings up to $20 million/year

Innovative helicopter construction, use of state-of-the-art materials

rio vista intake pump station
Rio Vista Intake Pump Station

Castaic Lake Water Agency

Water Supply Pump Station

Design/construction management of 90 mgd (ultimate 120 mgd) capacity pump station

84” to 102” diameter pipes to convey raw water from Castaic Lake to the Rio Vista WTP

Braced structural steel, moment-resisting frame building designed to withstand seismic forces

Noise attenuating insulation and sound baffles to minimize noise of pumps

mccarran international airport
McCarran International Airport

Las Vegas, Nevada

Runway Improvements Design

Existing 5,000-foot general aviation runway converted to 9,976-ft.-long commercial runway with 2 parallel taxiways, 4 high-speed taxiways, and 5 cross taxiways

Underground drainage system to provide drainage away from the pavement

Owner-involvement in design team and design decisions

harbor island
Harbor Island

City of Seattle, Washington

Fast-track Superfund Storm Drain Cleanup

Fast-track cleanup of Harbor Island’s 5-mile network of storm drains

Identification of past and current contaminant sources, storm water sampling, removal of contaminant sources and storm drain sediments, and follow-up source tracing

Total project cost of $500,000, far less than most Superfund cleanups

golden gate bridge
Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco, California

Lead Contamination Removal

Cleanup of historic lead contamination in construction areas to allow seismic retrofit work

Management of remediation of lead-impacted soil under bridge approaches

Review of plans, specs, bids, and contactor submittals, and completion of lead cleanup activities, soil samples; and paint debris compliance sample and analysis plan