SCJ Alliance Adds Talent to Its Seattle Office

Trio brings their experience to the SCJ transportation design group

Submitted by SCJ Alliance

Amrita Chakraborty, Andrew Armstrong, and Jake Paulsene have joined SCJ Alliance’s Seattle office.

Amrita, a Senior Designer with SCJ, has her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and earned her master’s in Structural Engineering from SRM University, a top-ranking university in India. She brings with her eight years of engineering experience, including preparing structural analysis reports for all types of towers, designing water and wastewater treatment systems, developing geotechnical reports, and preparing plans using CAD and CAE tools. 

Andrew Armstrong, a design engineer, was recently hired full-time by SCJ after working for the firm while earning his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Walla Walla University. Engineering Technician Jake Paulsene is currently in the civil engineering program at the University of Washington.

The Seattle office is involved in many area projects and is just kicking off the City of Edmonds’ Highway 99 Gateway-Revitalization Stage 3 and Stage 4 Projects, the Snow Creek Boat Launch Reconstruction for the Department of Fish & Wildlife, and a feasibility study for a grade separation at S 320th Street and 21st Ave S for the City of Federal Way.  The new team members will help SCJ continue to deliver high-quality projects for our local clients.

SCJ is a 100% employee-owned firm with over 130 employees specializing in civil engineering, transportation planning and design, environmental and urban planning, construction management, landscape architecture, and public outreach. SCJ has ten offices across Washington, Montana, and Colorado and has won many awards for its projects and for being a great place to work.

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