Helping move people around international airports

Spring break is right around the corner. Have you started planning your travel days yet? If you're traveling to Paris, Toronto, or Detroit, SCJ's specialty engineering team has been planning it for you for years. Check out these project profiles…

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What’s going on at the Capitol Campus?

Construction orange pops against a backdrop of green grass, gray skies, and an historic, white capitol building. Cones, heavy equipment, and safety vests dot the picturesque campus with signs of progress. The Department of Enterprise Services (DES) is updating Washington…

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SCJ awards honor service to others and entrepreneurial spirit

Alissa North earned the 2018 SCJ Cares Award recognizing employee service. Two very different awards. Two very different winners. One repeated theme: core values. SCJ’s highest honors are the annual Entrepreneurial Award and the SCJ Cares Award, recognizing employee service.…

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Safety, traffic flow, and a first for the U.S.

From the Federal Highway Administration Replacing a traditional intersection with a roundabout can reduce the number of crashes by 35 percent. Even more impressive: roundabouts bring the number of fatalities down by 90 percent! At SCJ, we’ve been doing roundabouts…

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SCJ planning team helps small towns win big

Wash. Dept. of Commerce’s Benjamin Serr, Twisp Councilmember Mark Easton, Mayor Pro Tem Hans Smith, Mayor Soo Ing-Moody, SCJ Alliance’s Eric Johnston, Councilmember Alan Caswell and Wash. Dept. of Commerce’s David Anderson Boosting the local economy and getting people where…

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