Associate Members

WPPA Associate Members provide a wide variety of services to Washington’s ports.  We hope you’ll refer to them the next time a project comes up at your port that an Associate Member can help with.

Advanced American Construction, Inc. — marine construction, diving, consulting and repair contractors, pile driving, dock repairs, heavy civil, modifications, heavy rigging and lifting, industrial maintenance, machinery erection, mechanical, complete machine shop, portable field machining, salvage, cargo transfer, material dredging and capping.

Contacts: Kyle Izatt, Project Manager
David Pierce, Chief Engineer
844 NW St. Helens Road
Portland, OR  97231
Mailing:  PO Box 83599
Portland, OR  97283
(503) 445-9000 / CELL (503) 849-3336 / FAX (503) 546-3031

Advisian WorleyParsons — port and terminal planning, bulk materials handling, maritime and offshore structures, coastal processes, bridges and civil structures, site development and utilities, piping, industrial structures, electrical engineering, instrumentation and controls, inspection services, environmental permitting, water and wastewater treatment.

Contact:  Dave DuHaime
201 NE Park Plaza Drive, Suite 167
Vancouver, WA  98684
(360) 567-4331

AECOM — planning, permitting, design, engineering and construction management for port project development including, greenfield/brownfield redevelopment, harbors, marinas, container terminals, bulk terminals, intermodal facilities, industrial facilities, rail yards, airports, roadway, bridges, landscape architecture, stormwater systems, public access and parks; facilitation of private financing, regulatory compliance, cargo handling computer simulations, NEPA/SEPA/tribal permit expediting, dredge planning/design, contaminated sediment management/engineering, scaled physical river and coastal modeling.

Contact:  Brian Mannelly, Ports & Marine Planning
1111 Third Avenue, Suite 1600
Seattle, WA 98101
(253) 961-4947 / FAX (206) 624-2839

AKS Engineering & Forestry — land, hydrographic, and drone surveying; flood elevation surveying and permitting; dredging design and consultation; construction management and inspection; water rights and water resources engineering; land use planning; master planning, industrial and commercial site design; stormwater and utility engineering; erosion control design; forestry and arborist services, wetland determination and delineation, ordinary high water mark and shoreline determinations; mitigation design and construction; mitigation monitoring; critical areas assessments; Joint Aquatic Resource Permit Applications (JARPA); Hydraulic Project Approvals (HPA); State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA); National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); and regulatory permit compliance for local, state, and federal jurisdictions..

Contacts: Blair Carlson, PE, CH, Associate
Taya MacLean, PWS, Senior Biologist
9600 NE 126th Avenue, Suite 2520
Vancouver, WA  98682
(360) 882-0419 

Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. — largest public entity broker servicing port insurance programs.

Contact:  Anne Shackelford, Vice President
1420 5th Avenue, #1500
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 454-8021 / FAX (206) 204-9205

Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, Inc. — brownfields; coastal processes engineering geology and geotechnical engineering; construction management; concept development; con­struction and decommissioning; energy (i.e., wind, oil and gas, LNG); engineering; environmental compliance, permitting, site assessment, and cleanup; facilities management; feasibility studies; geotechnical; industrial hygiene and indoor air quality; hazardous materials management; system/facility installation; litigation support; maintenance services; marine and upland investigations/remediation; natural resources (SEPA/NEPA/water); regulatory support; program and project management; risk assessment (human health and ecological) and management; stormwater and wastewater engineering/management; sustainability; wetland and habitat delineation/mitigation.

Contact: Kristie Dunkin, Ph.D., PMP, Principal
11810 North Creek Parkway North
Bothell, WA 98011
(425) 368-1000 / FAX (425) 368-1001
John Kuiper, RG, Principal
7376 SW Durham Road
Portland, OR  97224
(503) 639-3400 / FAX (503) 620-7892

Ameresco Inc. — Ameresco, Inc. is a leading independent provider of comprehensive energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions for facilities throughout Washington and across North America.  Our solutions range from upgrades to facility’s energy infrastructure to the development, construction and operation of renewable energy plants that are funded with tailored financial solutions.  We work with customers on both sides of the meter to reduce operating expenses, upgrade and maintain facilities, stabilize energy costs, improve occupancy comfort levels, increase energy reliability and capitalize on clean energy opportunities that enhance the economy and the environment.

Contact: Murray Greenwood, Account Executive
222 Williams Avenue S., Suite 100
Renton, WA 98057
(206) 708-2935

Anchor QEA — environmental science and engineering consulting firm that specializes in the planning, permitting, design, construction and monitoring of waterfront projects; offices nationwide; specialize in providing port-related environmental solutions.

Contact: Tom Schadt
720 Olive Way, Suite 1900
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 287-9130 / FAX (206) 287-9131

Ann K. Farr — environmental planning, permitting, and project management, specializing in port and waterfront projects and facilities.

Contact: Ann Farr, Principal
5124 1st Avenue NW
Seattle, WA  98107
(206) 784-0660

Aspect Consulting — Earth + Water Engineering and Science:  upland environmental investigation and site remediation; brownfields redevelopment; stormwater planning, design and monitoring; water rights and water supply; geotechnical engineering; database and mapping services.

Contacts: Steve Germiat, LHG
Owen Reese, PE
401 2nd Avenue South, Suite 201
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 328-7443 / FAX (206) 838-5853
John Strunk, LHG
350 Madison Avenue North
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(206) 780-9370 / FAX (206) 780-9438 / /

BAI Environmental Services — lagoon, storage pond cleaning, dredging, hydroseeding, waste handling and transport, hydro excavation services.

Contact: Frank De Vries, President
752 Loomis Trail Road
Lynden, WA  98264
(360) 815-0237

Ballard Marine Construction — Marine construction.

Contact: Meghan Murphy, Business Development
727 South 27th Street
Washougal, WA  98671
(360) 844-7240

The Beckett Group — infrastructure financing/cost-benefit analysis, freight mobility, supply chain management and security, public/private partnerships, economic development, marine cargo handling/port management/operations, intermodal terminal operations and system design, rail systems design and operations, operating cost reductions and productivity, efficiency  improvements/emergency management, business continuity, organizational development, strategic planning, capital and operational budgeting, grant writing, facilitation, outreach, advocacy and lobbying.

Contacts: Jeannie Beckett, Principal
Bruce Beckett, Lobbyist
8715 Randall Drive NW
Gig Harbor, WA  98332
(253) 905-8904

BergerABAM — established in 1951, BergerABAM is a multidisciplinary consulting firm specializing in waterfront engineering and planning, civil and structural engineering, seismic design, building and landscape architecture, land use planning, environmental services, public involvement, construction management and support, above-water and underwater inspection, condition survey, maintenance management, and upgrade design and construction.

Contact: Joe Stockwell, PE (Engineering Services)
33301 9th Avenue South, Suite 300
Federal Way, WA 98003-2600
(206) 431-2300 / FAX (206) 431-2250
Helen Devery (Planning and Environmental Services)
210 East 13th Street, Suite 300
Vancouver, WA  98660-3231
(360) 823-6100 / FAX (360) 823-6101 /

BNSF Railway — rail shipping.

Contact: Johan Hellman, Regional Assistant Vice President of Government Affairs
2454 Occidental Avenue West, Bldg 1-A
Seattle, WA  98134
(206) 625-6135

BST Associates — an economic research and strategic planning group with a special focus on transportation and trade planning analysis, marina market analysis, real estate market research, and project impact evaluation.

Contact: Paul C. Sorensen, Principal
PO Box 2224
Anacortes, WA  98221
(425) 486-7722

Burrst — strategic visualization, facilitation, seminars and collaboration to open up new ways to build economic and transportation infrastructure that incorporates emerging needs like resiliency, sustainability, climate change, new world market shifts, and stakeholder transparency through social media and systems modeling.

Contact: Burr Stewart, Principal
204 NW 112th Street
Seattle, WA  98177
(206) 660-1145

Cardno, Inc. — is a full-service asset management, port/infrastructure planning, engineering, construction oversight/management, architecture, and environmental consulting firm.  Placing particular emphasis on the analysis and planning of both the facilities required to meet projected cargo handling needs and the equipment utilized to service those needs, Cardno has directed feasibility studies, prepared preliminary and final design projects, and has overseen construction for ports, terminals and intermodal facilities throughout the world.  Our environmental group specialized in NEPA/SEPA and federal regulatory compliance, biological assessments, remediation, stormwater, permitting, and natural resources investigation and restoration for both marine and aviation port developments.

Contact: Gary Maynard, Senior Consultant
801 Second Avenue, Suite 700
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 239-7387 / FAX (206) 269-0098

CenturyLink – Rural broadband.

Contact: William Bridges, Director, Legislative Affairs
219 Legion Way SW, Suite 203D
Olympia, WA  98502
(206) 345-2362

Chmelik Sitkin & Davis PS — representing ports, fire districts and other governments throughout Washington State in environmental law, land use, litigation, construction litigation, insurance defense and municipal law.

Contact: Frank Chmelik
1500 Railroad Avenue
Bellingham, WA  98225
(360) 671-1796 / FAX (360) 671-3781

Clear Water Services — environmental services contractor specializing in water treatment solutions, with a focus on providing “best fit” total solutions with increased efficacy and lower economics for all ranges of issues pertaining to stormwater, process water and ground water; automated 24/7 permanent and temporary solutions for challenges such as contaminated storm water, ballast water, ground water, water recycling, contaminated sediments, and remediation; specializing in providing services and rentals for all types of construction, dredging and infrastructure work, with projects including successful implementation of solutions ranging from a few 100 gpm to larger volume (1500 – 2000+ gpm) systems.

Contact: Christopher Augustine, President
2525 West Casino Road, Suite 7A
Everett, WA  98204
(425) 412-5700 / FAX (425) 265-9682

Cocker Fennessy — public affairs consulting, public opinion research, strategic communications, community engagement and public policy analysis and advocacy.

Contact: Anne Fennessy, Partner
401 Second Avenue South, Suite 501
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 652-9506 / MOBILE (206) 953-8932

Collins Engineers — marine and waterfront engineering, above and below water facility inspections by commercially certified engineer-divers, 2D/3D underwater acoustical imaging, design of repairs and new facilities, consulting services pertaining to facility operations and maintenance including mooring and berthing analysis, load ratings, life cycle cost analysis, budgeting, integration of maintenance and operation, and maintenance prioritization and scheduling.

Contact: Dan Stromberg, PE/ADCI
1001 Fourth Avenue, Suite 4305
Seattle, WA  98154
(206) 682-2140 / MOBILE (312) 446-6937

Columbia Basin Railroad-Central Washington Railroad — freight mobility, short line railroads, inland ports.

Contact: Patrick Boss, Public Affairs
PO Box 1940
Moses Lake, WA  98837
(509) 731-3707

COWI North America Inc. — marine, geotechnical, coastal, and structural engineering.

Contact: Paul Guenther
Pacific NW Practice Lead
1191 Second Avenue, Suite 1110
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 216-3933

Crow Engineering, Inc. – civil, structural and mechanical engineering for industrial facilities, conveyor and silo systems, bulk handling and storage.  Engineering for ship loading systems and retrofit/repair and design, and heavy timber design.  Engineering for machinery, pumping, pipe and support utility design.  Structural assessment in the areas of deteriorated long span heavy timer and steel roof systems, post-earthquake inspection, fire and industrial accidents.

Contact: Hunter Wylie, President
9925 SW Nimbus Avenue, Suite 110
Beaverton, OR  97008-7592
(503) 213-2013 / FAX (503) 213-2018

D.A. Davidson & Company — Serving as a bond underwriter or financial advisor to ports for bond financing.  We provide a wide array of services, such as assisting with capital improvement planning, financing options, planning for a bond rating or rating upgrade, refinancing bonds, etc.

Contact: Jim Nelson, Sr. Vice President
Columbia Center
701 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4050
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 389-4062 / (206) 389-4040 FAX

Dalton Olmsted Fuglevand — environmental consultants specializing in sediment, soil and groundwater remediation, dredging, coastal and shoreline engineering, construction management, environmental monitoring and storm water management.

Contact: Rob Webb, Principal Engineer
1236 Finn Hill Road
Poulsbo, WA  98370
(360) 394-7917

David Evans and Associates, Inc. — design and management of straightforward or complex rail, roadway, land development, water resources, and energy projects throughout Washington.  Combines the talents of architects, engineers, landscape architects, planners, environmental scientists, and surveyors to provide clients with access to a complete range of services.  Offices in Spokane, Bellevue, Olympia, Everett, Tacoma and Woodinville.

Contact: Kevin Jeffers, PE, PMP, Senior Project Manager
2106 Pacific Avenue, Suite 400
Tacoma, WA  98402
(253) 250-0674 direct / FAX (253) 922-9781
Gray Rand, PWS, Senior Biologist
14432 SE Eastgate Way, Suite 400
Bellevue, WA  98007
(425) 519-6550 / FAX (425) 519-5361

DOWL — DOWL is a multi-disciplined consulting firm that has been providing civil engineering and related services for more than 50 years.  DOWL maintains in-house expertise in public involvement, master planning and project permitting, environmental services and permitting, civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, landscape architecture, land surveying, hydrology, Geographic Information Systems, sanitary engineering, transportation and airfield engineering, construction administration services, materials testing, and construction inspection.

Contact: Thi Lam, Proposal Manager
701 5th Avenue, Suite 4120
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 946-8121

EA Engineering, Science and Technology, Inc. — environmental consulting and engineering; site characterization and remediation, compliance auditing, stormwater management, SEPA/NEPA compliance, land use and shoreline permitting, strategic planning and feasibility analysis for both in-water and upland development projects, environmental management system (EMS) development and implementation.

Contact: Rich Schipanski, Manager Environmental Review and Planning
2200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 707
Seattle, WA  98101
(425) 452-5350 / FAX (206) 443-7646

Ecological Land Services, Inc. — Ecological Land Services (ELS) provides environmental consulting and permitting services specializing in land, water, and shoreline projects involving resources such as wetlands, streams, rivers, wildlife habitat, and sensitive, threatened, and endangered wildlife and plant species.  We have worked with several Washington ports so we understand the environmental resources, impacts, and permitting processes that are essential for them to achieve successful economic development.  ELS is based out of Longview, Washington, and has been working throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska since 1996.  We also have satellite offices located at the Port of Bremerton, Port of Camas-Washougal and the Port of Sunnyside.

Contacts: Francis Naglich, President or Mandy Lill, Marketing Specialist
1157 Third Avenue, Suite 220A
Longview, WA  98632
(360) 578-1371

Ecology and Environment, Inc. — we are a global network of dedicated professionals in scientific, engineering, and planning disciiplines who combine the benefits of a global perspective with our comprehensive understanding of issues facing the Pacific Northwest.  Our dedicated teams in Seattle and Portland have extensive river and marine project permitting experience ranging from the Puget Sound to the Columbia River.  Our services include wetland delineation, waterway and upland remediation, stormwater, biological assessments, SEPA/NEPA, resiliency and sustainability assessments, and local, state, and federal project permitting.

Contact: Jim Thornton, Senior Consultant
333 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 600
Portland, OR  97208
(503) 248-5600

Enduris Washington — Enduris is a member-owned, local government risk sharing pool that has provided affordable property and liability coverage for over 30 years.  We provide coverage and loss control solutions to over 540 Washington State special purpose districts, including nearly 80% of Washington’s port districts.

Contact: Shellie Klink, Marketing Coordinator
1610 S. Technology Blvd., Suite 100
Spokane, WA  99224
(800) 462-8418

EnviroIssues, Inc. — EnviroIssues is a full-service public participation firm providing comprehensive outreach and engagement, communications, facilitation, research and graphic design services.  For more than 25 years, EnviroIssues has worked on complex local and regional projects, including some of the largest infrastructure projects in the state.  We are part of the communities where we work, and we understand the political and other nuances that often surround a project or policy issue.  Our expertise helps bridge the gap between critical projects or decisions, the leaders charged with implementing them, and the communities where people live, work and play.

Contact: Amy Grotefendt, Principal
101 Stewart Street, Suite 1200
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 269-5041

Floyd|Snider — engineering, upland and sediment cleanup, stormwater management, habitat mitigation, agency negotiations.  Strategic project management from initiation through construction close-out to meet business objectives and regulatory requirements.

Contact: Kathryn H. Snider, Principal
601 Union Street, Suite 600
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 292-2078 / FAX (206) 682-7867

Foster Pepper PLLC — providing a full range of legal services for Washington’s public ports, including construction, public records and open meetings, employment and labor relations, environmental, land use, real estate, municipal government and public finance law, insurance coverage, and litigation.

Contacts: Ken Lederman and Adrian U. Winder
1111 Third Avenue, Suite 3000
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 447-6267 / FAX (206) 749-2090

Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. — Genesee & Wyoming Inc. owns or leases 121 freight railroads worldwide.  G&W’s North American operations serve 41 U.S. states and four Canadian provinces and include 114 short line and regional freight railroads with more than 13,000 track miles.

Contact: Jeff Van Schaick, AVP Government Affairs
425 E Southlake Blvd.
Southlake, TX  76092;;

GeoEngineers, Inc. — environmental, strategy development, geotechnical, habitat, facility planning; environmental review (SEPA/NEPA); information technology, Endangered Species Act (ESA); and permitting services.

Contact: John Herzog, Principal
600 Stewart Street, Suite 1700
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 728-2674

GHD Services Inc. — GHD is one of the world’s leading professional services companies operating in the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation.  Privately owned by our people, GHD provides engineering, environmental and construction services to private and public sector clients across five continents and the Pacific region.  Focused on creating lasting community benefit, our connected global network of 8500 people delivers projects with high standards of safety, quality and ethics.  Committed to sustainable development, GHD improves the physical, natural and social environments of the many communities in which we operate.

Contact: Marcia Medina, PE, Project Manager
20818 44th Avenue West, Suite 190
Lynnwood, WA  98036
(425) 563-6509 – direct 
Wally Jajou, PNW Port Director
USA West Operating Center – Portland Office
4550 Kruse Way, Suite 300
Lake Oswego, OR  97035
(971) 925-3745 / FAX (971) 925-3768

Gibbs & Olson, Inc. — for over 60 years clients have trusted Gibbs & Olson for their civil engineering and land surveying needs.  As you work to make your community a better place, we can partner with you to help plan, fund, design and implement your water, wastewater, stormwater, and transportation projects.

Contact: Carol Ruiz, Principal
PO Box 400
Longview, WA  98632
(360) 425-0991
Vicki Wiggins, Marketing Director
1115 West Bay Drive NW, Suite 201
Olympia, WA  98502
(360) 352-1120

Goodstein Law Group — GLG provides legal services important to ports and public agencies, including issues of public policy, Public Records, Open Public Meeting Act, public works bidding, contracting and construction issues, real estate and land use, business law and bankruptcy, eminent domain, environmental law; environmental insurance claims, regulatory compliance, and advocacy before administrative agencies and litigation at all levels of courts.

Contact: Carolyn Lake, Attorney
501 South G Street
Tacoma, WA  98405
(253) 779-4000 / FAX (253) 779-4411

Gordon Thomas Honeywell LLP — real estate and land use; environmental law; environmental insurance claims; water quality; employment and labor law; public records and open meetings; public policy; litigation.

Contact: Brad Jones, Attorney
1201 Pacific Avenue, Suite 2100
Tacoma, WA  98402
(253) 620-6500 / FAX (253) 676-6565

Gray & Osborne, Inc. — multi-discipline consulting engineering services primarily to special purpose districts (ports), municipalities, and county, state and federal agencies.

Contact: Lawrence Julius, PE, Project Manager
180 Iron Horse Court
Yakima, WA  98901
(509) 453-4833

Greenbusch Group, Inc. – audio-video system design, mechanical engineering, building, commissions, vertical transportation consulting, acoustics and hydroacoustics.

Contact:  Adam Jenkins, Associate Principal
1900 W Nickerson Street, Suite 201
Seattle, WA  98119
(206) 378-0569

Grette Associates — natural resource consultants; wetlands, endangered species, habitat restoration and mitigation, environmental review and permitting, permit compliance monitoring, GIS and local government land use and environmental planning issues.

Contact: Glenn Grette, Principal
151 South Worthen Street, Suite 101
Wenatchee, WA  98801
(509) 663-6300 / FAX (509) 664-1882
Matthew Boyle, Principal
2102 North 30th, Suite A
Tacoma, WA  98403
(253) 573-9300 / FAX (253) 573-9321

Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc. – Multi-disciplined firm comprised of civil engineers, structural engineers, planners, landscape architects, surveyors, natural resource scientists and construction managers who provide comprehensive, integrated services for transportation facilities, utilities, water resources, parks, and site development projects.  Our services span the full range necessary to successfully bring these projects to fruition, including project management, public involvement, and construction services.  Founded in 1990, we currently have a staff of over 80, with offices in Vancouver, Washington; Portland and Bend, Oregon; and Moscow Idaho.

Contact:  Robert A. VanderZanden, Civil Engineer
1104 Main Street, Suite 100
Vancouver, WA  98660
(360) 750-1131 / FAX (360) 750-1141

Hart Crowser Inc. — services include environmental, geotechnical, seismic, natural resources, and hydrogeology for port and harbor planning, permitting, terminal design, and waterfront redevelopment.  Specialize in remediation of contaminated sediments/dredged material, and development on sites with complex geological and environmental issues.  Includes support for deep water projects, capped aquatic disposal sites, piers, wharfs, marinas, dry docks, upland facilities, and retaining structures. Also strong in wetlands, freshwater and marine fish biology, endangered species, habitat restoration, and stormwater management.

Contact: Garry Horvitz, PE
3131 Elliott Avenue, Suite 600
Seattle, WA  98121
(206) 324-9530 / FAX (206) 328-5581

HDR Engineering, Inc. — planning, engineering and environmental services, including planning/design of terminals, intermodal systems, highway and rail access, storage and office buildings, industrial sites, port management and operations, marinas, dredge and fill, water/wastewater, water quality, permitting and environmental documentation.

Contact: Rob Berman, Vice President
929 108th Avenue NE, Suite 1300
Bellevue, WA  98004
(425) 468-1518

Heartland LLC — a Seattle-based real estate advisory firm with over 30 years of experience designing, analyzing, and implementing strategies to manage risk and optimize value of real estate assets and portfolios for both public and private sector clients.  Heartland’s projects cover the full range of activities from economic analysis, to strategy development to implementation.  Heartland’s work on behalf of port authorities throughout Washington is driven by a deep appreciation for the vital social and economic roles played by special purpose agencies, and the unique challenges that they must overcome to achieve their missions.

Contact: Matt Anderson, Principal and Senior Project Director
1301 First Avenue, Suite 200
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 682-2500 / FAX (206) 467-1429

Hugh Wood, Inc. – global, independent insurance and risk management specialty broker; global specialists in port risk management programs.

Contacts: Susan Kristensen, Assistant Vice President Ports and Terminals
Mike Johnson, Consultant – International Ports and Terminals
1809 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1610
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 816-3302 / FAX (206) 816-3308

HydroCon Environmental LLC — HydroCon Environmental LLC is an emerging environmental consulting firm comprised of a team of registered professional engineers and scientists with diverse and extensive 20- to 30-year backgrounds in RI/FS, Ph I/II due diligence, Hazmat/Lead/Asbestos Surveys, remediation system design/install/O&M, UST closures, environmental forensics, database management, groundwater modeling, and insurance recovery claims working for ports, private industry, attorneys, construction companies, developers, and multi-level government agencies.  We are based in Kelso, Washington, but have operations/satellite offices in Vancouver, Portland, Seattle and Denver areas.  The business focus of our seasoned professionals is providing benefits to our clients through understanding their needs and cost-effectively delivering timely, high quality services throughout the Pacific Northwest and Colorado.

Contact: David Borys
314 W 15th Street, Suite 300
Vancouver, WA  98660
(360) 719-0682 

Integral Consulting Inc. — evaluation and management of contaminated sediment and dredged material, risk assessment, marine sciences, engineering and remediation, stormwater management, chemistry and data management/analyses, air quality, strategic planning, permitting, regulatory affairs, litigation support, and sustainability.

Contact: Barry Kellems, PE, Principal
1205 West Bay Drive NW
Olympia, WA  98502
(360) 705-3534, ext. 416
Reid Carscadden, PE, Principal
719 Second Avenue, Suite 700
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 957-0350

Jan T. Fancher, CPA, PLLC — certified public accounting firm specializing in Washington ports since 1987.  Financial and accounting services include financial statements, State Auditors Annual Reports, BARS coding, cash and accrual conversions, cash flow analysis, grant compliance and monthly and annual QuickBooks accounting reconciliations.  Member of WPPA, Washington Finance Officers Association, and Governmental Finance Officers Association.

Contact: Jan T. Fancher, CPA
PO Box 66028
Vancouver, WA  98666
(360) 694-2460 / FAX (360) 694-1359

JH Kelly, LLC – JH Kelly is a fourth generation, family-owned construction firm that provides mechanical services to commercial facility owners while also acting as a self-performing industrial general contractor at process plants throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.

Contact: Rob Harris, Vice President
821 Third Avenue
Longview, WA  98632
(360) 423-5510

J-U-B Engineers, Inc. — comprehensive professional services in planning, engineering, environmental, surveying, public involvement, and construction engineering for airports, surface transportation systems, industrial siting, infrastructure, water resources, wastewater pollution control, GIS master planning, application development, system design and implementation, and eGovernment consulting.

Contact: Ben W. Volk, PE, Area Manager
2810 West Clearwater Avenue, Suite 201
Kennewick, WA  99336
(509) 783-2144 / FAX (509) 736-0790

K & L Gates — attorneys, bond counsel, environmental counseling, permitting and litigation; complex facility siting, construction, and permitting; toxic tort exposure defense; insurance coverage counselling and litigation on behalf of policy holders; eminent domain; real estate; federal policy and Indian law.

Contact: Cynthia Weed
925 Fourth Avenue, Suite 2900
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 623-7580 / FAX (206) 623-7022

Kennedy/Jenks Consultants — established in 1919, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary environmental engineering consulting firm specializing in water, wastewater, stormwater, and ballast water management, civil engineering and utility design, construction management, upland environmental investigation and site remediation, brownfields redevelopment, environmental compliance, and litigation support for Northwest marine ports and airports.

Contacts: Ross Dunning, PE or Patrick Domres
32001 32nd Avenue South, Suite 100
Federal Way, WA  98001
(253) 835-6400/ FAX (253) 952-3435
Alan Flemming, PE, CPSWQ or Deonne Knill, PE
421 SW Sixth Avenue, Suite 1000
Portland, OR  97204
(503) 423-4000 / FAX (503) 295-4901 /

KeyBank — KeyBank and KeyBanc Capital Markets’ Public Port team provides a full array of taxable and tax-exempt financing solutions for its clients.  Key’s full service platform is unique in the Northwest, combining traditional bank products (such as revolving lines of credit, direct loans, lease lines of credit) with investment banking services (30+ years of experience) for publicly offered municipal bonds sold in the capital markets.

Contact: Matt Zehnder, Vice President
(206) 343-6960
Geoff Urbina, Managing Director, Western Regional Manager
(206) 684-6259
Caitlin Caldwell, Vice President
(206) 684-6040
1301 5th Avenue, 25th Floor
Seattle, WA 98101
1301 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2500
Seattle, WA  98101
FAX 866-785-9277;;

KPFF Consulting Engineers — planning, design and management of infrastructure projects including container terminals, break bulk and bulk loading yards, intermodal facilities, rail facilities waterfront industrial/commercial site development, cruise facilities, small boat harbors and recreational marinas.

Contact: Don Oates, PE, D. PE, DBIA
1601 5th Avenue, Suite 1300
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 382-0600 / FAX (206) 382-0500 / CELL (206) 719-1437
Steve Kingsley, PE
2407 North 31st Street, Suite 100
Tacoma, WA  98407
(253) 396-0150 / FAX (253) 396-0162

Landau Associates —  provides environmental engineering and site management, permitting and compliance services, and geotechnical engineering.  For 36 years we have assisted ports and their tenants to meet regulatory compliance challenges and development goals at seaport, airport, industrial, and commercial properties; offices in Edmonds, Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, and Spokane, Washington, and Portland, Oregon.

Contacts: Brian Butler, LEG, LHg, Ports Market Sector Lead (Edmonds)
Jennifer Wynkoop (Tacoma)
Calvin McCaughan, PE (Olympia)
Tom Briggs, PE, LHg (Spokane)
Della Fawcett, RG (Portland)
(800) 552-5957

Lane Powell PC — expertise in resolving liabilities and achieving environmental cleanup at complex upland and sediment sites under state and federal cleanup laws; advising clients on issues related to compliance with state and federal environmental, governance issues; health and safety requirements; real estate and land use transactions, particularly with public/private partnerships; real estate and construction litigations when issues arise in the construction of, or contracting for a project, labor and employment, maritime and transportation law issues.

Contact: Grant Degginger, Shareholder (206-223-7390)
Katie Matison, Shareholder (206-223-7029)
1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4200
Seattle, WA  98101-2375
FAX (206) 223-7107;

Leon Environmental, LLC — environmental consulting firm specializing in federal, state and local permitting; mitigation strategy and design; marine wetlands and critical areas; State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA); National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Endangered Species Act (ESA); Biological Assessment (BA) and Evaluation (BE) preparation; National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting and compliance; aquatic natural resource science (forage fish surveys, sediment investigations, water quality); grant writing; and port project management.

Contact: Peter Leon
8047 Burke Avenue North
Seattle, WA  98103
(206) 948-5366

MacKay & Sposito, Inc. — professional firm offering five core services:  civil engineering, land surveying, planning, landscape architecture, and construction management and inspection; specializing in commercial and industrial projects, roads and utilities, master plans, and feasibility studies.

Contacts: Tim Schauer, Director of Land Development
Derrick Smith, Vice President
Paul Harmsen, PM Tri-Cities
1325 SE Tech Center, Suite 140
Vancouver, WA  98683
(360) 695-3411 / FAX (360) 695-0833
7601 West Clearwater Avenue, Suite 405
Kennewick, WA  99336
(509) 374-4248
33400 8th Avenue South, Suite 130
Federal Way, WA  98003
(253)  205-8700

Mackenzie – Mackenzie is a provider of professional design services comprised of professionals in architecture and interior design; structural, civil and traffic engineering; land use and transportation planning; and landscape architecture.  Anchored in foundational elements of high performance and client focus, Mackenzie brings deep expertise in commercial office, healthcare, community infrastructure, education, institutional, federal, high tech, public building, industrial, retail, community planning, economic development, and mixed use projects..

Contact: Chris Blakney
101 East 6th Street, Suite 200
Vancouver, WA  98660
(360) 695-7879 / FAX (360) 693-6637
Michael Chen
500 Union Street, Suite 545
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 749-9993 / FAX (206) 749-5565

MAKERS architecture & urban design — strategic plans; comprehensive plans; industrial, commercial, and recreational facility master plans; marine terminal plans; marina plans; waterfront development plans; public access plans; and community engagement.

Contact: Julie Bassuk, AICP, Partner
500 Union Street, Suite 700
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 652-5080

Marsh Andersen, LLC — marine consulting firm specializing in all aspects of marina operations.  We assist public and private marinas in developing strategies for growing their business and connecting with their existing customers.  We have a specialized practice which assists public marinas in outsourcing their existing marine operations to increase profitability.

Contact: Bob Wise
PO Box 10477
Bainbridge Island, WA  98110
(206) 451-7140

Martin Nelson & Company (est. 1954) — Washington-focused governmental infrastructure, facility and equipment finance; national expertise in long-term financing development and analysis.

Contacts: Jim Blumenthal, Vice President/Senior Muni. Underwriter
1500 Westlake Avenue North, Suite 200
Seattle, WA  98109
(206) 695-7116 / FAX (206) 447-9849

Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. — integrated environmental engineering and planning consulting firm specializing in brownfields, stormwater, and site development.  MFA offers services in strategic planning, communications and outreach, environmental and civil engineering, environmental assessment and cleanup, planning and development, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), health and safety services, and landscape architecture.  Our firm has decades of experience assisting Washington ports with their unique commercial, environmental, statutory, and community issues and opportunities.

Contact: Jim Darling, Vice President/Principal Planner
2815 Second Avenue, #540
Seattle, WA  98121
(206) 858-7620
James J. Maul, President
400 East Mill Plain Blvd., Suite 400
Vancouver, WA  98660
(360) 694-2691 / FAX (360) 906-1958

Metro Ports — contract stevedoring services and terminal operators.

Contacts: Geir-Eilif Kalhagen, Shawn Bundy, or Sean Clancy
3806 Worsham Avenue
Long Beach, CA  90808
(310) 816-6500 / FAX (562) 425-4237 /

Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP — comprehensive legal services for Washington’s public ports on issues including:  Open Public Meetings Act, Public Records Act; public works, bidding, contracting and construction; commercial contracts and leasing; public policy and government relations; employment and labor relations; real estate and land use; environmental law and regulation; contaminated site clean-up, insurance coverage, claims handling and litigation; eminent domain; admiralty and maritime law; municipal law and bond financing.

Contact: Richard E. Mitchell, Partner
2801 Alaskan Way, Suite 300
Seattle, WA  98121
(206) 624-8300 / FAX (206) 340-9599
Steven F. Hill, Partner
500 Broadway Street, Suite 400
Vancouver, WA  98660-3324
(360) 699-4771 / FAX (360) 694-6413 / PDX (503) 289-2643

Moffatt & Nichol — engineering analysis, design, and construction support services for urban waterfront, marina, port, coastal, water resources, rail, roadway, intermodal, and bridge infrastructure; shoreline and marine terminal planning; NEPA/SEPA documentation, permitting, and mitigation; freight and economic studies and forecasting; above-water and underwater inspection and repair design of marine and bridge infrastructure.

Contacts: Bruce Ostbo, Vice President & Branch Manager
Tom McCollough, Vice President
600 University Street, Suite 610
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 622-0222 / FAX (206) 622-4764 /

Moss Adams LLP — financial statement audits, federal compliance and program audits and performance audits; consulting services.

Contact: Laurie Tish, Partner
999 Third Avenue, Suite 2800
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 302-6466 / FAX (206) 622-9975

Mott McDonald — engineering consultants with a local office specializing in coastal, ports, waterfront, structural, and dredging engineering – Mott MacDonald is an award-winning, full-service civil engineering firm with successes on some of the world’s most challenging and prominent projects.  We are recognized for our technical excellence, innovation, developing solutions that redefine best practices in the industry, and client responsiveness.  Ranked #34 in Engineering New Record’s 2017 “Top 500 Design Firms.”  Mott MacDonald employs more than 2,300 people in 64 offices throughout North America, with 60 local staff.  Mott MacDonald was founded in 1902 and has operated in Washington State for the past 15 years.

Contacts: Shane Phillips, PE | (425) 778-6042 |
Vladimir Shepsis, Ph.D, PE | (425) 778-6733 |
Nels Sultan, Ph.D, PE | (425) 977-2586 |
110 James Street, Suite 101
Edmonds, WA  98020

The Nadler Law Group, PLLC
— general commercial, construction, contract, environmental and insurance law with an emphasis in obtaining insurance coverage for municipalities.

Contact: Mark S. Nadler, PE, Liberty Waters
Pacific Building
720 Third Avenue, Suite 1400
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 621-1433 / FAX (206) 264-9126 /

Northern Economics, Inc. — feasibility analysis, rate setting, life cycle cost analysis, funding and financing options, market demand analysis, vessel traffic and cargo forecasting, simulation, economic impacts analysis, infrastructure planning.

Contact: Mike Fisher, Principal Consultant
1455 NW Leary Way, Suite 400
Seattle, WA  98107
(206) 747-8475

Northern Resource Consulting — waterfront planning, permitting, design for structures (terminals, mooring dolphins, and ship dolphins), environmental monitoring for port projects (redevelopment, harbors, marinas, container terminals, bulk terminals, intermodal facilities, industrial facilities, rail yards, roadway, bridges, stormwater systems); regulatory compliance for project permitting (local, state and federal), NPDES stormwater permits (construction and industrial), DNR aquatic lease acquisition and disposal, maintenance dredge planning, permitting, design, and contaminated sediment management (EPA, Superfund, CERCLA sites).

Contact: Brian Perleberg, Principal
1339 Commerce Avenue, Suite 309B
Longview, WA  98632
(360) 414-5239 / FAX (360) 414-4021

NorthSouth GIS LLC — GIS and geospatial systems integration in ports.

Contact: Daniel Elroi, President & CEO
244 S San Pedro Street, Suite 202
Los Angeles, CA  90012
(800) 866-5013

Northwest Marine Trade Association — trade association representing the recreational boating industry; producers of the Seattle Boat Show, Anacortes Boat & Yacht Show, Northwest Paddling Festival, and the Northwest Marina and Boatyard Conference.

Contact: George Harris, President
1900 North Northlake Way, #233
Seattle, WA  98103
(206) 634-0911 / FAX (206) 632-0078 /

Northwest Municipal Advisors — independent registered municipal advisor; financial advisor for bond issues, financial and economic analysis, and capital planning.

Contacts: Alan Dashen or Scott Bauer
11900 NE 1st Street, Suite 300
Bellevue, WA  98005
(425) 452-9550 / FAX (425) 452-9552 / scott@nwmunicipaladvisorscom

OBEC Consulting Engineers — civil and structural design for transportation and marine terminal infrastructure.

Contact: Jenny Carlson, Senior Project Manager
1111 Main Street, Suite 401
Vancouver, WA  98660
(360) 314-2391 / Fax (360) 433-9705

Ogden Murphy Wallace, PLLC — law firm with offices in Wenatchee and Seattle providing comprehensive legal services, including municipal, water, land use environmental, real estate and commercial law.

Contact: Peter Fraley
1 Fifth Street, Suite 200
Wenatchee, WA  98801
(800) 662-1954 / FAX (509) 663-1553

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP — public finance attorneys with significant experience in a wide range of matters in the Pacific Northwest and nationally involving airport and marine sector projects and financings by and for state and local government entities.

Contacts: Greg Blonde
1120 NW Couch Street, Suite 200
Portland, OR  97209
(503) 943-4823
Les Krusen
701 5th Avenue, Suite 5600
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 839-4334

Pacific Groundwater Group — environmental and water resource consulting firm specializing in contaminant assessment and remediation and groundwater supply development and water-resource management; emphasis on all aspects of water supply development including feasibility studies, well development, testing, and rehabilitation, and regulatory permitting .

Contact: Stephen Swope, Principal Hydrogeologist
2377 Eastlake Avenue East
Seattle, WA  98102
(206) 329-0141 / FAX (206) 329-6968

Pacific Merchant Shipping Association — Not-for-profit shipping association focusing on issues affecting international trade.

Contact: John McLaurin, President
70 Washington Street, Suite 305
Oakland, CA  94607
(510) 987-5000

Pacific Pile & Marine, LP — heavy civil marine contractor.  Ports and ferry terminals, fixed piers and float systems, repair and rehabilitation, modifications and expansion, pile driving, breakwaters, sheet pile shoring, heavy rigging and lifting, offshore structures, emergency response, marine salvage and demolition, environmental remediation, dredging and capping, complicated logistics, remote sites, difficult access.

Contact: Kustaa Mansfield, Manager Business Development
700 South Riverside Drive
Seattle, WA  98108
(206) 331-3873 / FAX (206) 774-5958 

Pacifica Law Group
— Serving Northwest public and private clients, including public ports.  U.S. News and World Report and Best Lawyers list Pacifica as a Tier 1 law firm in the Seattle region for public finance law, appellate law, education law, municipal law, and real estate law.  Many of our attorneys are recognized as “Best Lawyers in America” and as “Super Lawyers.”  We also h ave deeply held professional and personal commitments to civic responsibility, community volunteerism and industry participation, reflected in our leadership in and/or pro bono service to numerous organizations, associations, boards and committees.

Contact: Stacey C. Lewis
1191 2nd Avenue, Suite 2000
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 245-1700 / FAX (206) 245-1750

Parametrix, Inc. — Parametrix delivers inspired solutions for complex infrastructure and environmental projects, meeting the needs of society while protecting and enhancing our natural resources.  Our services include infrastructure engineering, planning and environmental planning and compliance for stormwater and wastewater facilities, transportation and traffic engineering, surveying, landscape architecture, and project/construction management.

Contact:  Denise Ledingham
719 2nd Avenue, Suite 200
Seattle, WA  98104
(360) 850-5307
Dwight Miller: (206) 394-3700
Jeff Peacock: (206) 394-3700
Paul Fendt:  (206) 394-3700
Brandon Ball:  (360) 377-0014
Mike Ollivant:  (253) 604-6600 / / / /

PBS Engineering & Environmental Inc. (PBS) — PBS provides professional consulting and project delivery services throughout our 10 offices in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.  PBS offers a broad range of professional services with a staff of more than 200 engineers, geologists, scientists, biologists, surveyors, and administrative personnel.  PBS has worked alongside Northwest port agencies for more than 30 years.  Our collective experience entails everything from preliminary environmental assessments through site development and construction inspection services.  We’ve worked with ports of varying sizes, including large-scale ports in the Puget Sound region, Columbia River ports such as Longview, and emerging ports throughout Oregon and Washington.

Contacts: Tom Mergy
2517 Eastlake Avenue East, Suite 100
Seattle, WA  98102
(206) 233-9639 / FAX (866) 727-0140 /;

PFM — PFM provides independent financial advisory services, relating to capital planning and issuance of bonds or notes, serving more clients in Washington than any other advisor.  Our services include financial planning, debt capacity review and project analysis.  We provide review of project feasibility, port resources and risks, rewards of financial decisions.

Contacts: Susan Musselman, Director
Duncan Brown, Senior Managing Consultant
Thomas Toepfer, Senior Managing Consultant
Fred Eoff, Director
1200 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1220
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 264-8900 / / /

Phillips Burgess PLLC — Representing public ports, school/fire/water districts and related municipal entities, we focus our practice in real estate, land use and environmental law.  Our narrow focus enables us to provide our clients with the depth of knowledge and experience ordinarily found only in the largest of regional firms.  Statewide experience, regional focus, and local knowledge in land use permitting, complex transactions, municipal law, eminent domain, environmental cleanup, complex site selection and related trial and appellate litigation matters.

Contact: Heather Burgess, Partner
724 Columbia Street NW, Suite 320
Olympia, WA  98501
(360) 742-3500
505 Broadway Street, Suite 408
Tacoma, WA  98402
(253) 292-6640

Piper Jaffray — investment banking and municipal finance.

Contact: Lindsay Sovde, Managing Director Public Finance Investment Banking
1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1425
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 628-2875 / FAX (206) 343-2103

Plas Newydd LLC — Plas Newydd is creating the Wapato Valley mitigation and conservation bank to provide wetland and species credits for Columbia River projects needing environmental permits.

Contact: David Morgan, Managing Partner
PO Box 428
Ridgefield, WA  98642
(360) 887-3531

PND Engineers, Inc. — specializing in marine and civil engineering planning, permitting, design, and construction administration for public port facilities.

Contacts: Jon Keiser, PE, PEng, Vice President
Rian Johnson, PE, SE, PEng, Principal
1736 Fourth Avenue South
Seattle, WA  98134
(206) 624-1387 / FAX (206) 624-1388 / – Real estate marketing and analytics.

Contact: Keith Stauffer, CEO
208 Pioneer Street, Suite B
Ridgefield, WA  98642
(206) 931-5124

Port of Lewiston — Idaho’s only seaport, the Port of Lewiston is the most inland port on the Columbia Snake River System.  The Port of Lewiston specializes in intermodal transportation:  barge, rail and truck, making it the perfect location for a variety of businesses.  Assets range from the region’s largest warehouse to the largest inland container crane on navigable waters.  Three sites totaling almost 250 acres offer great potential for business development and expansion.  The Port of Lewiston – the most inland port on the west coast.

Contact: David Doeringsfeld, Manager
1626 6th Avenue North
Lewiston, ID  83501
(208) 743-5531 / FAX (208) 743-4243

Puget Sound Pilots – marine pilotage services in Puget Sound ports.

Contact: Linda Styrk, Executive Director
101 Stewart Street, #900
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 518-5454

Ramboll Environ US Corporation — environmental consulting services:  air quality, climate change and adaptation, environmental noise, sustainable development, toxicology, ecology and sediment management, risk assessment, compliance auditing, due diligence, and restoration and remediation.

Contact: Kristen Wallace, Senior Managing Consultant
19020 33rd Avenue West, Suite 310
Lynnwood, WA  98036
(425) 412-1807 

Reid Middleton, Inc. — civil and structural engineering, planning, and survey services:  engineering and planning for waterfront, airport, transportation, and port facilities; seismic design; and environmental permitting for port, harbor, waterfront, airport, site development, and transportation projects.

Contact: Shannon Kinsella, Airport and Waterfront Engineering
728 134th Street SW, Suite 200
Everett, WA  98204
(425) 741-3800 / FAX (425) 741-3900

RH2 Engineering, Inc. — is an innovative, full-service firm focused on providing the highest quality and best value services to local municipal and state government agencies since 1978.  We have more than 100 employees in eight offices, including licensed experts in civil, mechanical, electrical, and structural engineering, SCADA and telemetry, geology and hydrogeology, environmental services, and permitting.  Our Washington offices are located in Bothell, Bellingham, East Wenatchee, Issaquah, Richland, and Tacoma.

Contact: Kristin Clemens, Business Development Manager
(425) 951-5400

Ries Law Firm, P.S. — general counsel to four port districts.

Contact: Christopher F. Ries, Attorney
Post Office Box 2119
Moses Lake, WA  98837
(509) 765-4437 / FAX (509) 765-4491

RMC Architects, PLLC — architectural firm involved in the design and master planning of waterfront facilities.

Contacts: Jeffrey L. McClure, AIA
Brad Cornwell, AIA
Neil McCarthy, Architect AIBC, AIA
1223 Railroad Avenue
Bellingham, WA  98225
(360) 676-7733

Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt — comprehensive legal services for Washington’s public ports, including Open Public Meetings Act, Public Records Act; public policy, environmental law and regulation; industrial and commercial real estate and land use; real estate development; eminent domain; admiralty and maritime; public works bidding, contracting and construction issues; contaminated site clean-up, insurance coverage, claims handling and litigation; and employment and labor law.

Contact: Alicia “Lisa” Lowe, Attorney
700 Washington Street, Suite 701
Vancouver, WA  98660
(360) 905-1434 / FAX (360) 693-5574

SCJ Alliance — consulting firm specializing in community, land use and environmental planning; transportation planning and design; civil engineering; landscape architecture and design; grant writing; project management; and public outreach.

Contact: Dan Penrose
8730 Tallon Lane NE, Suite 200
Lacey, WA  98516
(360) 352-1465 / FAX (360) 352-1509
Charity Davidson
25 North Wenatchee Avenue, Suite 238
Wenatchee, WA  98801
(509) 886-3265 / FAX (509) 886-9255

Shannon & Wilson, Inc. — Shannon & Wilson has supported the design and construction of port and harbor facilities for over five decades.  We provide a variety of geotechnical, geologic, seismic, environmental, and hydrogeologic expertise for waterfront development and airport facilities.  We specialize in deep foundations; soft soils, long-term settlement, soil liquefaction and lateral spreading, integration of rail track and yards, permitting, wetlands identification and mitigation, environmental analysis and remediation, hydrogeologic assessments, and dewatering.  We employ 150 staff in our Seattle, Tri-Cities, and Portland offices, and 300 nationwide.

Contacts: Amy Summer (main point of contact,
Katie Walter,
Monique Anderson,
Bill Perkins,
Meg Strong,
400 North 34th Street, Suite 100
Box 300303
Seattle, WA  98103
(206) 632-8020 / FAX (206) 695-6777

Skillings Connolly, Inc. – Site development, permitting, DHS security, dredging, engineering, survey, stormwater planning.

Contact:  Patrick Skillings, Vice President
PO Box 5080
Lacey, WA  98509

SoundEarth Strategies, Inc. — SoundEarth specializes in environmental services for Washington ports, including Phase I & II due diligence, remediation, stormwater management, sediment sampling and evaluation, soil and groundwater investigations, sustainability assessments and sustainability report development, environmental management system development, green house gas project verification, multimedia environmental audits, air permitting and air permit compliance, NPDES permit renewals and reporting, hazardous waste management and minimization, and hazardous materials management.

Contact: Ryan Bixby, Managing Principal
2811 Fairview Avenue East, Suite 2000
Seattle, WA  98102
(206) 306-1900 / FAX (206) 306-1907

Sperry Ocean Dock, Ltd. — layberth dock.

Contact: Gary G. Coy, President
611 Schuster Park Way
Tacoma, WA  98403
Mailing Address: PO Box 349
Seahurst, WA 98062
(206) 835-5694 / FAX (206) 835-5695

Spokane Airports — airport administration.

Contact: Lawrence J. Krauter, AAE, AICP, Chief Executive Officer
9000 West Airport Drive, Suite 204
Spokane, WA 99224
(509) 455-6419 / FAX (509) 624-6633

SSA Marine — stevedoring, terminal operators.

Contact: Mark Knudsen, President, SSA Conventional
1131 SW Klickitat Avenue
Seattle, WA  98134
(206) 654-3525 / FAX (206) 382-8499

Steven Thomson Consulting Group LLC – Process improvement (Lean methods) performance management, including dashboards strategic planning and strategic deployment organizational development.

Contact:  Steven Thomson, Principal
3429 Woodside Court NE
Olympia, WA  98506
(360) 438-2390

Stoel Rives LLP — environmental, land use and natural resource law, regulatory negotiations, insurance coverage matters and litigation.

Contact: Tom Newlon
600 University Street, Suite 3600
Seattle, WA  98101-4109
(206) 386-7677

Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth PC — a nationally-ranked public finance law firm, providing bond counsel and related legal services from its Seattle office.

Contacts: Alice Ostdiek, Attorney, (206) 829-3002
David Thompson, Attorney, (206) 829-3006
999 Third Avenue, Suite 3610
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 829-3002 /

Sussman Shank LLP — full service law firm with expertise in municipal law and bond financing, environmental law, real estate, economic development, construction, litigation, and employment law.

Contacts: Darin Honn, Partner
Victor Roehm, Partner
1000 SW Broadway, Suite 1400
Portland, OR  97205
(503) 227-1111 / Fax (503) 248-0130 /

Tangent Services, Inc. — strategic interface with Class I and Shortline railroads with regards to development of rail served facilities, optimizing operations and conceptual infrastructure planning and development.

Contact: Ann-Marie Lundberg, Vice-President
4160 SE International Way, #206
Portland, OR  97222
(503) 594-2101 / FAX (503) 594-2102

Union Pacific Railroad — a Class I railroad linking 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country, providing a critical link to the global supply chain.

Contact: Mike Eliason, Public Affairs Director
301 NE 2nd Avenue
Portland, OR  97232
(503) 249-3079

Van Ness Feldman — law and policy firm specializing in energy, environment, land use, real estate, and government relations matters.

Contact: Tadas Kisielius
719 Second Avenue, Suite 1150
Seattle, WA  98104-1700
(206) 623-9372 / FAX (206) 626-4986

Vancouver Energy — Vancouver Energy is a joint venture between Tesoro Refining & Marketing Company LLC and Savage Companies, a truck, rail and marine logistics and industrial services company.  The proposed Vancouver Energy terminal provides critical infrastructure that enables the safe transfer of North American crude oil from rail to ship, and ultimately the manufacturing of transportation fuels used daily to keep the West Coast economy running.

Contact: Jared Larrabee, General Manager
110 Columbia Street, Suite 202
Vancouver, WA  98660
(360) 984-2110

Washington Business Alliance — a state-wide business organization that’s forward-leaning and issue-focused.  Our mission is to help solve our state’s most critical issues.  By working collaboratively, we catalyze business leadership, bipartisan problem-solving, and data-driven strategies to get results for the people of Washington.  Visit us online:

Contact: Erin Williams, Membership & Event Manager
2401 Elliott Avenue, Suite 375
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 441-5101

Washington Counties Insurance Fund — a public, non-profit multi-employer benefit trust providing healthcare benefits to counties and local government entities.

Contact: Terri Luther
2620 RW Johnson Road SW, Suite 300
Tumwater, WA  98512
(360) 292-4470 / FAX (360) 754-7859

Windward Environmental LLC — environmental science and engineering for aquatic environments; contaminated sediment assessment and remediation, stormwater evaluation and planning, maintenance dredging support, chemical fate and transport, chemical source control and evaluation, habitat assessment and restoration design, ecological and human health risk assessment, and natural resource damage assessment (NRDA).

Contact: Warren Hansen, Partner
200 West Mercer Street, Suite 401
Seattle, WA  98119
(206) 812-5434 / FAX (206) 217-0089

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