Location: SeaTac, WA
Owner: Port of Seattle
The Port of Seattle undertook a project at Seattle‐Tacoma International Airport to relocate the existing Taxiway L, reconstruct Taxiway B, and upgrade other taxiways. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) considered the location of Taxiway L such that it did not meet the latest FAA Design Standards. OCI designed erosion control for the taxiway relocation and reconstruction for all five phases of the project including nighttime work restrictions, documentation that the project would maintain compliance with the Airport NPDES stormwater permit , and coordination of batch plant environmental conformance.
- Airfield Utilities Planning, Analysis, and Design (Storm, Sewer, Water, IWS)
- Utility Conflict and Relocation Analysis
- Prioritization and Rehabilitation of Existing Infrastructure
- Civil Site Design
- Asset Management
- Standards Development
- Monitoring and Sampling
- Site Investigations and Fieldwork
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Principal & Vice President
With 22 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.