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Celebrating Milestone Anniversaries!

Wood Harbinger would like to acknowledge and celebrate two major anniversaries!

Sean Bollen, P.E., LEED AP | 25 YEARS!

Sean started his career at Wood Harbinger fresh out of college and has been here ever since! Sean is an Associate Principal, leads Wood Harbinger’s Electrical Engineering team, and is our Education Market Leader. He is a skilled and detail-oriented electrical engineer with an aptitude for effective client and project management. He is also an accomplished interior and exterior lighting designer. Sean has worked on hundreds of K-12 school and college projects and is beloved by his clients and teaming partners. CONGRATULATIONS SEAN!!

Paul Larson, P.E. | 15 Years!

Paul has the power! Paul specializes in medium and high voltage upgrades, utility protection schemes, and power system coordination studies for buildings, campuses, and horizontal infrastructure. His in-depth and hands-on knowledge of power distribution and substation design benefits projects from start-up through completion. Paul has worked on some of Wood Harbinger’s most notable projects, including multiple projects with the U.S. Navy, the SR-520 Floating Bridge, and the University of Oregon. CONGRATULATIONS PAUL!!

THANK YOU for being part of the Wood Harbinger Family!

Promotions and Key Hires at Wood Harbinger

Wood Harbinger is pleased to announce multiple promotions and a key hire that deepen our bench of firm leadership. Check out the article in the Seattle DJC here and read the full press release below. Read More…

Wood Harbinger Wins Silver at 2019 ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards

Wood Harbinger is honored to have received a Best in State Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for our work on the Isla Grande Terminal Upgrades. Our electrical engineering services for the Isla Grande Terminal earned a Silver Award for “Unique or Innovative Applications.” The 52nd Annual ACEC Washington Engineering Excellence Awards ceremony was held on Friday evening, January 18th, 2019.

We are excited to share our accomplishments with our project teams and our clients. We worked with Crowley Puerto Rico Services and Harbor Consulting Engineers. Congratulations TEAM! Read More…

Wood Harbinger Presenting at Electric League Commissioning Workshop

Are you a facilities operator or manager, owner’s rep, engineer, architect, contractor, subcontractor, testing and balancing technician, or a commissioning provider looking to learn more about your role in the modern project commissioning process? This commissioning workshop is for you! Read More…

Wood Harbinger Digs In For Green Seattle Day

On Saturday, November 3rd, 2018, 1,145 people gathered together and planted more than 8,400 plants at 15 different parks around Seattle. Among the group were six intrepid Wood Harbinger souls taking up shovels and hauling compost at Warren G. Magnuson Park in support of the 13th Annual Green Seattle Day, hosted by the Green Seattle Partnership. And we had so much fun! Read More…

Sammamish High School Wins at 2018 LEsolutions Awards

Congratulations to Bellevue School District and Integrus Architecture on winning the Project of Distinction Award for Sammamish High School at the 2018 Associate for Learning Environments’ (A4LE) LEsolutions Awards. Read More…

Wood Harbinger Wins Silver at 2018 SAME Projects of Excellence Awards

Wood Harbinger is honored to have received a Silver Award at the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) 22nd Annual Projects of Excellence Awards.

SAME Awards Wood Harbinger Wins Silver Read More…

Making Changes for Charging Electric Vehicles

by Matt Woo, P.E., RCDD, LEED AP BD+C

This article is part of Wood Harbinger’s newsletter series.

Electric vehicles  can be a great means of transportation which help reduce emissions on the environment, save fuel, and reduce maintenance costs.  Read More…

Water Reclamation: Solutions for Today and Tomorrow

by Paul Greenwalt, EIT

This article is part of Wood Harbinger’s newsletter series.

I have a problem with knowledge. Once I know about something, I am unable to ignore it, look the other way, or even pretend to be uninterested. You might say it’s my own version of the Baader‑Meinhoff phenomenon. Fresh water is a finite and depleting resource on planet earth; fresh water demands are projected to increase over the next 30+ years and recent data shows we’re using up fresh water sources faster than they can be replenished. Read More…