Since 1993, CHS has completed hundreds of projects for both public and private clients. We provide a full spectrum of services for wastewater collection and treatment systems, pump, lift and booster stations, water transmission, distribution and treatment systems, reservoirs, storm water drainage/retention, roadway design, site surveys, boundary line adjustments, easement acquisition and other related work.
CHS has led the design, survey and construction management of multi-million dollar projects and our efforts have been instrumental in bringing projects to completion, on-time and on-budget. CHS clients include cities, towns, special-purpose districts, private water purveyors, and land development companies. In addition to the breadth of expertise in-house, CHS has established successful relationships with other local consultants (environmental, financial, electrical, structural, geotechnical, odor control, etc.) and can assemble a complete team of professionals to comprehensively address our clients’ needs and project challenges.
Scott Christensen, P.E.Principal
firstname.lastname@example.org | Scott is a native Washingtonian and is a graduate of Fife High School, Green River College, and the University of Washington (Go Huskies!). In high school, Scott enjoyed lettering in football and wrestling and working on cars. Scott joined the US Navy Seabees and served more than two years during the Vietnam War. Scott has worked as a consulting engineer his entire career. Scott and his partners formed CHS Engineers in 1992. Scott has managed, planned, designed, and provided construction engineering services for municipal clients in water, storm water and wastewater projects, including wastewater treatment plants, pump stations and trenchless technologies. Scott has been involved in a number of special assignments including rate and connection charge studies, wholesale utility contract negotiations, mediation, assumption strategies, excise tax models, GIS implementation and a wide range of public presentations. Scott and his wife Diane enjoy their children and all their related activities including church, music, sports and Scott’s 1988 Mustang and 1966 K-model Mustang. Scott is a bracket drag racer at Pacific and Bremerton race tracks in his spare time.
Rodney Langer, P.E.Principal
email@example.com | Rodney was born in Spokane and then lived in Seattle until the late 1960s before the Boeing decline led the family to move to the Southwest. He was raised in Tucson, AZ, and was active and held leadership positions in his church youth group and Boy Scouts, including achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Rodney completed his education with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (University of Arizona – Go Wildcats!). While in school Rodney worked as a draftsman for a local civil engineering firm. Moving back to Washington in 1992, Rodney went to work for Scott Christensen and was one of the first employees at CHS. Rodney’s professional experience of over 25 years and 30 years in consulting services includes both new and rehabilitation work for municipal water and sewer systems. Specific areas of focus including planning, project management and lift or pump station rehabilitation. In 2002 Rodney earned a Graduate Certificate in Project Management. Rodney and his wife Karen have two children making the transition from college to work. When not at the office, Rodney tries to keep up with his wife Karen while running, helping out at church, enjoying time with friends and wondering if he will ever get working on that project taking up space in the garage – a weathered yellow 1970 Beetle.
Evan Henke, P.E.Principal
firstname.lastname@example.org | Evan was born and raised in Missoula, Montana where he was actively involved in 4-H and snow skiing. After high school, he moved to Phoenix, AZ, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Arizona State University (Go Sun Devils!). During college, Evan served as Treasurer, V.P. and President of the ASCE Student Chapter and he designed and constructed a concrete canoe for competition with other ASCE chapters. While attending college, he worked for the Army Corps of Engineers performing construction inspection and materials lab analysis. While in Arizona, Evan found time to get his SCUBA certification, and to enjoy tubing trips down the Salt River (once in said concrete canoe). Evan moved to Washington and joined CHS in early 1993, where he has worked on numerous municipal projects and several development projects, ranging from wastewater treatment plant expansion to a pile-supported public boardwalk. He has accumulated several miles of water/sewer/storm main design experience and right of way improvements. His pragmatic approach is also utilized in utility comprehensive planning and financial evaluations. Evan and his wife have four adult sons, a handful of grandchildren, and one large dog. Evan enjoys wood shop projects, motorcycles and frequently commutes to work on a Honda CTX700ND.