DEA provided engineering design services for the expansion of the Santiago Creek Regional Bike Trail, including a paved ten-foot wide trail spanning the length of 3 miles parallel to Santiago Creek
DEA provided project management, land survey, environmental and land use permitting, master planning, utility coordination, preliminary engineering, and construction engineering services for segments 1, 4 & 7 of the Westside Trail, which connects the city of Tualatin with Portland’s Forest Park.
DEA evaluated the potential for co-locating a multi-use path with the existing track alignment and developed a proposed trail alignment for a 14-mile segment of the right-of-way, and also prepared conceptual-level construction cost estimates for the trail.
DEA planned and designed three additional softball fields to meet increasing public demand on the Gordon Faber Recreation Complex, a regional multi-sport complex owned and operated by the City of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation department.
DEA was contracted to address the National Park Service’s need to lower the boat launch ramp at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area due to decreasing water levels in Lake Mead.