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The Swamp Creek Bridge replacement project sponsored by the Snohomish County Public Works placed first at the annual SU-UW Presentation competition sponsored by the ASCE Seattle Section. The team members were (from left to right) Brandon Estrella, Matt Hennessey, Ryan Tilley and Edward DeBroeck.Lisa Wirt (BSCE ‘96) and Brian Larmore (BSCE ’07) from Snohomish County served as liaison engineers and Dr. Jeff Dragovich served as the faculty advisor. Swamp Creek Bridge #546 has been identified by the county to be structurally deficient needing to be replaced.The team designed the superstructure and the substructure of the 80 foot span pre-stressed concrete bridge.
The Stormwater Detention System Analysis and Design project sponsored by Group Four Inc. placed second in the competition. The team members were (from left to right) Adam Alday, Jeremiah Bowles and Richard Adams were the presenters. Jeff Dye (BSCE ‘94) served as the liaison engineer from Group Four Inc. and Dr. Nirmala Gnanapragasam served as the faculty advisor. The team investigated how the cost of storm water detention and treatment has changed over the decades. This was done by designing the storm water detention system for a 25 acre residential development in Issaquah using four different storm water models which have been in use in. King County for the past 30 years and comparing the cost and size of the four detention systems.
The Nicaragua Coffee Processing Beneficio and Wastewater Treatment project sponsored by Tetra Tech placed third. The team members, pictured here with their advisors, were (from left to right) Dr. Mike Marsolek (CEE), Patrick Cumming, Joshua Alcantara, Luis Quintero, Dr. Sue Jackels (Chemistry) and Michael Wynne. Grizelda Sarria (BSCE ‘98) served as the liaison engineer from Tetra Tech. The team designed a wastewater treatment system that can be adopted by coffee farmers in Nicaragua.
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