Washougal River Utilities and Bridge
Working in an area with archaeologically sensitive sites and important fish habitat would pose a challenge to any single project, yet the City of Camas sought three concurrent projects in just such a space: nearly two miles of a regional trail system, a new 24-inch water transmission main and a new bridge to carry water and sewer over the Washougal River. Otak was chosen to manage a full-service design team addressing water and utility design, civil engineering, trail and landscape architecture, environmental analysis and permitting, structural and geotechnical engineering and archaeological investigation. This project addresses the City’s current needs while providing new piping for future demands.
Client: City of Camas
Project Manager: David Liden
Type: Civil Engineering
American Council of Engineering Companies – Oregon, Honor Award for Water and Wastewater