SCJ’s Seattle Office Adds Two Design Engineers

SCJ Alliance transportation and civil design groups grow

Submitted by SCJ Alliance

Design Engineers Andrew Metternich-Fields and Danyal Ali have joined SCJ Alliance’s Seattle office.

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Andrew Metternich-Fields. Photo courtesy: SCJ Alliance

Andrew earned his Civil Engineering degree from the University of Iowa. For the last four years, he has worked on public and private land development projects, utilizing his skills in grading design, site layout, subsurface utility design, sediment and erosion control design, and stormwater management.

Danyal recently graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno, with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Internships over the last two years have provided him with experience in designing traffic signals, creating cost estimates, and preparing travel time studies.

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Danyal Ali. Photo courtesy: SCJ Alliance

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

SCJ is a 100% employee-owned firm with over 140 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 awards for its projects and for being a great place to work.

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