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CHS Celebrates 25 Years of Service

Tags: , , Civil engineering, Municipalities, News, Recognition
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In January 2018, CHS Engineers celebrates the completion of 25 years of dedicated service to our client communities and municipalities. The goal of the company remains focused on customer satisfaction: delivering timely, responsive, and quality technical services. We continue to enjoy long-term relationships with many clients that were with us at the founding and have remained with us through both good and economically challenging times. We look forward to providing service to current and future clients as we continue in the new year!

CHS Engineer Craig Christensen Elected Treasurer of WASWD

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Craig Christensen, Project Engineer at CHS, was recently elected Treasurer for the Board of Directors for the Washington Association of Sewer and Water Districts (WASWD). At the same meeting Craig was re-elected to serve as the Regional Director Representative. Craig will be serving a one-year term, effective through September 2018.

WASWD represents the state’s special purpose sewer and water districts. There are 182 special purpose sewer and water districts in the state which provide 19% of Washington’s citizens with water and 14% of its citizens with sewer services. One of the roles of the Association is to provide education and training to elected district commissioners and continuing education classes for general managers and certified operators of water and wastewater treatment plants.


La Conner Boardwalk Opens to the Public

Civil engineering, Consulting, News
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The Town of La Conner opened the new Boardwalk to the public after the current phase was construction complete.  CHS designed the steel pile supported, over water, walkway and provided construction support.  The Boardwalk provides a 1400 LF scenic walkway along the Swinomish Channel and gives everyone an opportunity to enjoy the waterfront.  The project also improved the fish habitat by removing solid decks and replacing them with light penetrable grating.