990 Obie Street - Eugene, Oregon 97402       541.485.4505

Our Project History includes hundreds of projects both large and small. We've supported many aspects of infrastructure design and construction for both municipal and private needs.

As our company has grown, we have become increasingly involved in sewer and water treatment infrastructure and improvements to municipal systems.


Residential Development

  • The Reserve at Junction City

A multi-phase, multi-use development covering over 165 acres. Included in the developement are 200 residential lots, an 8-lot commercial park, three apartment complexes, a condominium site and a mini-storage.

  • Hawthorne Estates

A multi-phase residential subdivision covering over 70 acres and including 220 residential lots and a city park site.


Commercial Development

  • Barger Crossing

A multi-use development including both a commercial park and high- to medium-density residential housing covering nearly 100 acres.

  • AutoZone

Boundary and topographic surveying services and site developement design for five locations within Oregon.


Municipal Projects

  • City of Oakridge

As City Engineer for the City of Oakridge, the company has handled several projects including street reconstruction design, reservoir studies, well rehabilitation and water/sewer line replacement.


Community Water Systems

  • Hawks Point Subdivision

A private community water system serving a 50-lot subdivision located in the south hills of Eugene, Oregon.

On-Site Sewage Treatment and Disposal

  • Monaco Coach Corporation

Design and construction management of two separate sewage treatment and disposal systems serving 2,300 employees for a 50-acre light-industrial site.

  • Boy Scouts of America

Design of new sewage treatment and disposal systems sized for 29,900 gallons per day for camps Meriwether and Clark as part of their master plan expansion. Work includes design of new pressure lines, tanks, treatment facilities, and drainfields over challenging terrain bordering the Pacific Ocean south of Tillamook, Oregon.

  • Pioneer Mobile Home Park

Assessment, design and construction support for failing septic system for a 125-unit mobile home park. Includes new tanks with 80,000 gallon capacity, secondary treatment system, and connection to 6,500 linear feet of an existing drainfield system.