RH2 is proud to announce that Clayton Posey, Harley Sandoval, Laura Reiter, and Mike Reiter are now Licensed Professional Engineers in the State of Washington. Kris Lillie is now a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Oregon.
RH2 is proud to announce that Devon Petit, Eric Smith, and Michael Voth are now Licensed Professional Engineers in the State of Washington!
RH2 is proud to announce that Jon Conner has passed the Professional Structural Engineering exam for the state of Oregon!
RH2 is proud to announce that Mark Braaksma has passed the Professional Engineering exam and is our newest licensed electrical engineer!
RH2 is proud to announce that Jon Conner has passed the Professional Structural Engineering exam and is our newest licensed SE!
RH2 is excited to have the privilege to work for the 3rd largest port authority in Washington State.
The Kennewick Irrigation District’s $5.3 million Kiona Intake and Booster Pump Station project is a new 6,300 gallon per minute (gpm) pump station and freshwater intake off the Yakima River. This is the first phase in an approximately $15.2 million construction project to bring irrigation water to the prestigious Red Mountain American Viticultural Area (AVA) [...]
RH2 evaluated four reservoirs for structural deficiencies and seismic vulnerability for the Oak Lodge Water District in Oak Grove, Oregon. Two of the reservoirs were 5.0 MG partially buried, prestressed concrete reservoirs built in 1965 and 1988. The other two reservoirs were 2.8 MG welded steel reservoirs built in 1966 and 1989. Construction records were [...]
The City of Cashmere owns and operates a lagoon system wastewater treatment facility (WWTF); however, the WWTF’s treatment capacity was not able to keep up with recent increases in environmental regulations. RH2 was tasked to prepare a Facility Plan and design upgrades that will meet the new total maximum daily load phosphorus limitations. The WWTF [...]
This project consisted of the installation of more than 2,500 linear feet of 16-inch waterline to connect of a new reservoir in the City of Central Point. The waterline needed to cross Bear Creek using open trenching methods, requiring numerous environmental permit conditions from state and Federal agencies. RH2 worked side by side with Central [...]