SCJ Alliance is pleased to announce the addition of three new Project Engineers to their team: Tyrell Bradley, PE; Patrick Holm, PE; and Josh Brannin, PE. SCJ is a consulting firm specializing in transportation planning and design, civil engineering, and land use/environmental planning.
Bradley has been working in the transportation and civil engineering field for six-and-a-half years and hails most recently from Skillings Connolly. Tyrell’s experience includes hydraulic and stormwater engineering, site sewer and water systems, roadway and sidewalk access design, transportation engineering and site grading plans. Possessing a calm yet efficient demeanor, Tyrell is a graduate of the renowned Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering at Saint Martin’s University (SMU) in Lacey.
Holm has over six years of experience providing project management, civil engineering and construction administration services for clients throughout the Pacific Northwest. Joining SCJ from PACLAND, Patrick’s a highly effective communicator and consensus builder. He’s known for listening closely, responding quickly and keeping projects on track. He graduated from University of California, Irvine.
Brannin has eight years of civil engineering experience with an emphasis on stormwater, transportation and design/build projects. Previously from PACLAND, Josh is an efficient and resourceful engineer, consistently completing projects on time and within budget. Also a graduate of SMU’s engineering school, he is well respected among his peers for his reliability and integrity.
A nationally-recognized, award-winning company, SCJ Alliance was founded in 2006 as Shea Carr Jewell. It has grown steadily from three employees in one location, to nearly 50 employees in five locations across three states…Washington, Idaho and Colorado.
In addition to adding employees, another impact of the company’s growth is a planned move this month to a larger building in the Hawks Prairie area of Thurston County, WA.
SCJ Alliance has provided the expertise behind many endeavors in the region. Some of the firm’s current high visibility projects include planned improvements around JBLM spanning five miles and four interchanges, as well as the High Roller in Las Vegas, the world’s largest observation wheel.
For additional information contact Scott Sawyer, PE, Transportation Engineering Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org