DEA led team provided planning, environmental, and engineering expertise to develop and screen alternatives for a new arterial road for Washington County from Tualatin-Sherwood Road to Tonquin Road, and east to connect with Grahams Ferry Road.
DEA provided complete multidisciplinary services for this Mt. Hood National Forest trailhead relocation project.
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.