DEA provided cadastral, boundary, topographic maps and shape files in AutoCAD and GIS formats for this natural gas pipe line project connecting Boardman to Heppner.
DEA performed a boundary survey for approximately 2.8 miles of the 4-0 Ranch which had been recently acquired by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Following a landslide in Oso on March 22, 2014, DEA’s Marine Services Division assisted in emergency recovery and mapping operations in Landslide Lake and in the North Fork of Stillaguamish River.
Using the most efficient, accurate, safe and cost effective methods, DEA provided design level mapping of over one-and-half miles of Auburn Way North which is the main north-south boulevard through the City of Auburn.
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.