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Construction Time-Lapse: Humbug Creek Bridge

Over the course of six days this August, construction crews completed the eastbound half of the bridge using a technique known as accelerated bridge construction. Because US 26 is a very heavily-traveled corridor, it was essential to minimize traffic impacts during construction. Watch the process, condensed here into less than a minute.

Eric DeLeon and F. Daniel Adsit join OBEC in key positions in Salem and Lake Oswego

OBEC hires Eric DeLeon and F. Daniel Adsit, PLS, in key positions

OBEC Consulting Engineers announces the addition of Eric DeLeon as CAD Manager for their Salem, OR< office, and F. Daniel Adsit as Senior Project Surveyor in their Lake Oswego, OR, office. Read more >

Jenny Carlson assumes the role of office manager for OBEC's Vancouver office

Jenny Carlson assumes role of Vancouver office manager

OBEC Consulting Engineers is pleased to announce that Jenny Carlson, PE, SE, will assume the role of office manager for the firm's growing Vancouver office, effective immediately. Since joining OBEC in 2013, Ms. Carlson has played a critical role in bolstering the firm's marine and port facilities services in northern Oregon and southwest Washington. Read more >

Larry Fox and Josh Grenzsund from OBEC meet with Tayna Wylder from Star Conserve and Haregu Nemariam from Haregu Namariam Engineering at the joint ODOT-ACEC Meet the Primes event

ODOT fosters relationships between primes and minority consultants

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has taken some unique steps as it places increasing emphasis on integrating the skills and expertise of disadvantaged, minority-owned, woman-owned and emerging small businesses (DMWESB) into Oregon’s A&E consultant community. Read more >