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Lund Opsahl commits to net zero by 2050

Lund Opsahl submits our Embodied Carbon Action Plan to the SE 2050 Commitment Program. Lund Opsahl is proud to announce we have joined the SE 2050 Commitment Program to reduce and eliminate embodied carbon in structural systems by 2050. As part of… Read More

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Green Lake Small Craft Center opens to the Seattle community

The new Green Lake Small Craft Center is now open! Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR), alongside their community partners, recently hosted the Center’s grand opening and ribbon-cutting celebration. The 11,000 SF boathouse offers expanded and more efficient storage, as well as additional… Read More

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Welcome, Raghad!

We are extremely excited to welcome Raghad Ashoor, design staff, to our team! Raghad initially started school as a physics major but has always been fascinated with design and architecture. She realized that engineering could combine her interests in both creative and… Read More

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Celebrating Women’s Month: Women in A&E Panel Discussion

Hosted in celebration Women’s History Month, the office gathered in reflection and celebration at our “Women in A&E” Q&A panel. We listened and learned to a remarkable panel of industry leaders including Lavina Sadwhani, Seneca Group Principal, Mary Jo Lux, SWL Architects… Read More

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Women of LO: What does being a woman in this industry mean to you?

To celebrate Women’s History Month, we highlighted the incredible women of Lund Opsahl who continuously redefine what it means to be in this industry. Here, we recap their answers. Amy Kuo Day to day, I don’t really think about being a woman… Read More

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Visiting the King County Parks Central Maintenance Facility

The King County Parks Central Maintenance Facility project is moving along! Engineer Casey Moore was on site to view the construction of the administrative and shop building. Casey met with the project team to answer questions and review the progress made in construction. The King… Read More

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Celebrating Women’s Month: Q&A with Melissa Dario

Happy Women’s History Month! This month, we’re highlighting the incredible women of Lund Opsahl who continuously redefine what it means to be in this industry. We spoke to Melissa Dario, Design Engineer who is currently work on our Candlewood Suites at Cherry… Read More

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Celebrating Housing Solutions: the Block Project

Our team had the opportunity to witness firsthand the impactful work of The Block Project, a non-profit that provides housing for individuals experiencing homelessness, during a recent open house for their 16th BLOCK Home. Their program constructs homes in homeowners’ backyards throughout… Read More

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Groundbreaking for King County Metro’s Interim Base Electrification project

Last week, our engineers attended the groundbreaking for the King County Metro Transit Interim Base Electrification (IBE) project. This project is paving the way in the transit industry—fueled by King County Metro’s goal to move to 100% zero-emissions fleet by 2035. The… Read More

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Celebrating Women’s Month: Q&A with Julie Kerlin

Happy Women’s History Month! This month, we’re highlighting the incredible women of Lund Opsahl who continuously redefine what it means to be in this industry. We spoke to Julie Kerlin, BIM technician who also oversees our internal BIM quality control process. Reflecting… Read More

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Celebrating Women’s Month: Q&A with Madeline Phillips

Happy Women’s History Month! This month, we’re highlighting the incredible women of Lund Opsahl who continuously redefine what it means to be in this industry. We spoke to Madeline Phillips, EIT and Design Staff here at Lund Opsahl. Madeline is currently working… Read More

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Celebrating Women’s Month: Q&A with Diane Genson

Happy Women’s History Month! This month, we’re highlighting the incredible women of Lund Opsahl who continuously redefine what it means to be in this industry. We sat down with Diane Genson, Senior BIM Technician. Reflecting back on her 10 years of experience,… Read More

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Celebrating Women’s Month: Q&A with Alissa Capuano

Happy Women’s History Month! This month, we’re highlighting the incredible women of Lund Opsahl who continuously redefine what it means to be in this industry. We spoke to Alissa Capuano, EIT who is currently working on our King County Metro Transit South… Read More

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Celebrating Women’s Month: Q&A with Amy Kuo

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting the incredible women of Lund Opsahl who continuously redefine what it means to be in this industry. We spoke to Amy Kuo, Lund Opsahl Associate who is currently spearheading our King County Metro Transit… Read More

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Engineers of the Future: ACE Program Recap

In celebration of National Engineer’s week, we’re shining a light on the ACE Mentor Program, an after-school program that connects high school kids with active professionals in architecture, construction, and engineering and hands-on design experiences. This week, we’ve talked to two of… Read More

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Paving paths through mentorship: Q&A with Mauricio Ayala-Cruz

February 18-24 is National Engineers Week, and this year’s theme is “Welcome to the future!” which centers celebrating today’s achievements and paving the way for a brighter and more diverse future in engineering. As part of our celebration of National Engineer’s week,… Read More