Science + Technology + Engineering + Math = Pie!

We were literally "eating up the sciences" on Monday for Pi day. Engineers, planners and scientists at SCJ Alliance make it a priority to spend time in local schools bridging science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) classes to the real…

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SCJ Holiday Card a Favorite

In early November, just before people really want to start thinking about the holidays, here at SCJ we're asked, "What are you thankful for?" Being an eclectic group, the answers are always varied and entertaining! As we ponder our answers, talented…

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Fall Colors Are Hues of Pink at SCJ

It’s October and “PINK” is the air. Well actually at SCJ Alliance we’re “pinkish” throughout the year, supporting various breast cancer prevention fundraisers. Like most workplaces, a number of our employees, whether themselves or through friends and family, have experienced…

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Wizard of Oz Engineering

What do you get when you arm a Shea Carr Jewell civil engineer with some adhesive spray, glitter and a pair of slippers? Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers! Manuel Hand-Crafted Dorothy Shoes When Manuel Abarca's daughter asked if he could help with her…

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Mathletes Among Us

Parker (2nd Grader) visited 23 businesses before arriving at SCJ Math-adventurous kids are visiting our Olympia office over the next couple weeks as part of the Thurston County Chamber’s Math for Life Scavenger Hunt.  The program, generously incentivized with prizes…

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2012 Apple Blossom Queen

SCJ was thrilled to celebrate with the Allen family as Samantha Allen, daughter of Project Manager Dave Allen was crowned 2012 Apple Blossom Queen. Samantha is an incredible student and extremely involved in the Wenatchee community. It is rewarding to…

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New Kids on the Block Rock Wenatchee!

Two and a half months after opening the Wenatchee office, SCJ Alliance Engineering and Planning Services took on the Infrastructure Assistance Coordinating Council’s (IACC) annual conference. IACC assists Washington communities build infrastructure by maintaining an online database of infrastructure funding…

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Jim Gibson. Airboss.

Jim in action at a recent airshow. All the airspace in his hands! Imagine conducting a world class orchestra for an audience of 10,000 people.  Does the notion make your palms sweat, just a little?  Now imagine the cellos, flutes,…

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Making Strides Cancer Walk – October 8, 2011

The “Shea Carr & Cancer-free Jewells” team couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day to walk in this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fund raiser. It was the third year of participation—each year having its own diverse weather.…

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