What can SCJ do for you?



There is nothing simple about transforming undeveloped land into a completed project or community amenity. It takes vision, tenacity, perseverance and commitment. We’re ready to help you make your vision a reality.



There are many ways to move people and goods. Our transportation planners and design engineers welcome the uniqueness and opportunity that comes with each project. They’re wicked smart and creative to boot!



It’s about the big picture, but also requires expert knowledge of the many pieces needed to make the picture complete. In the beginning the solution is not always clear, but with careful assembly of the pieces the answer reveals itself.


Landscape Architecture

It’s energizing to create designs that enhance people’s experiences where they live, work and play. We understand scale and will deliver right-sized solutions that are customized for your site and transform your environment.


Who We Are

SCJ Alliance specializes in civil engineering, transportation planning & design, environmental & urban planning, landscape architecture & design, and public outreach.

We work collaboratively with public and private clients throughout the Western United States to . . .

Anticipate emerging needs and priorities
Envision projects that enhance communities
Create designs that bring the vision to life



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SCJ Alliance has earned top honors as one of the best firms to work for in the nation. The Zweig Group ranked SCJ as 12th nationally in the Multidiscipline category and 22nd in Civil Engineering.
Sep 23 | Thurston Talk
SCJ Alliance is pleased to announce the addition of Shelly Badger to our team. Shelly has been Yelm’s City Administrator since 1993.
Sep 22 | Thurston Talk
The Tumwater City Council unanimously approved an agreement that will pave the way for a Toyota dealership at Israel Road and I-5.  Perry Shea, president and engineer with SCJ Alliance, which is working on the site plan, said the development can help alleviate traffic on nearby Trosper and Littlerock roads.
Sep 17 | The Olympian