Location: Bellingham, WA
Each winter, the City of Bellingham dedicates $2 million to design and construct several miles of sewer pipe replacement. Using the City of Bellingham’s asset management software, the pipes were identified as deficient and in need of replacement. OCI was responsible for reviewing CCTV videos and inspection reports, and visiting each of the 20 sites to identify potential constructability issues (i.e., permitting, accessibility, conflicts with existing infrastructure, etc.).
OCI used this information to prepare documentation with the recommended repair or construction method, bid plan sheets, and estimates detailing the type of replacement and site restoration required for each site.
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- Open-cut and trenchless solutions
- Utility analysis and design
- Prioritization and rehabilitation of existing infrastructure
- CCTV and inspection report review
Vice President / Principal
With 21 years of work in civil engineering and project management, Robert’s extensive experience includes both local public sector and private sector projects. He has provided civil, utilities, grading and drainage designs for apartments, multifamily housing, condominiums, roads, utilities, retail, offices, university facilities and parks. In addition, Robert has designed many low-impact design systems including bio-retention/rain garden systems, porous pavement (pavers, concrete, asphalt, gravel, grass) and rain water cisterns.
OCI Shareholder and Board Member
Joined OCI: 2012
Education: BS in Civil Engineering and BA in Economics, Rutgers University
Licenses and Certificates: PE in Washington State, Low Impact Development (LID) certification
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Robert’s hobbies outside of engineering include backpacking with his three daughters and rockhounding