Anchor QEA’s civil engineers have experience in development and redevelopment of waterfront infrastructure and specialize in developing projects from planning and concept design through detailed design, permitting, and construction.
Our civil engineering experience includes design of utility systems; stormwater collection, detention, and treatment facilities; pipelines, dams, reservoirs, and other hydraulic structures; low-impact development facilities; water distribution systems; water system planning; hydrologic and hydraulic analyses and design; plan, specification, and cost estimate development; and constructability review and analysis.
Stormwater BMP Effectiveness Evaluation
Anchor QEA assisted with a stormwater best management practices (BMPs) effectiveness evaluation for a waterway.Learn More About This Project
NPDES and Stormwater Work
Anchor QEA supports a waterfront cement facility that is facing a variety of regulatory obligations including an individual Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit, Washington State Department of Ecology Cleanup Program, and EPA Superfund Program.Learn More About This Project
Marina Planning and Regulatory Services
We participated in overall strategic planning and provided environmental review support. We also conducted geotechnical investigations, developed programs for upgrading/constructing seawalls, developed concept marina plans and dredge plans, and provided cost estimates for proposed marina and seawall improvement concepts.Learn More About This Project
Ferry Terminal Feasibility Study
Anchor QEA provided coastal engineering and dredging support services for a feasibility study to evaluate the potential for a new passenger ferry terminal.Learn More About This Project
Get in Touch
For inquiries about Anchor QEA’s engineering capabilities, please contact:
Rebecca Gardner, PE, Principal Engineer
Engineering Practice Lead