December 1, 2014 + Uncategorized
November 2014Which is the more sustainable structural material, steel or concrete? Adam Slivers is active in the Structural Engineering Institute’s Sustainability Committee using life cycle assessment research to answer this question and others. He wrote an article in Civil + Structural Engineer… Read More
September 14, 2014 + News
September 2014 Our staff celebrated summer with a picnic at Marjorie’s house on Vashon Island. Games and BBQ were enjoyed by all, kids and dogs included.
June 2014 Our team made a visit to the Autosport site. We’re all happy to see that the project is coming along beautifully!
April 2014 Adam Slivers recently presented a paper at the Sustainable Structures Symposium at Portland State University titled “Reducing Greenhouse Gases in Light Rail Infrastructure.” It highlighted his expertise in concrete specifications that promote the use of fly ash and slag in… Read More
January 14, 2014 + Uncategorized
January 2014It’s playoff time! Time to fly our 12th Man banner out of the conference room window. Go Hawks! We’ve known it all along… but the State of Washington has finally recognized our firm as a woman-owned business with a WBE Certification!
December 13, 2013 + Uncategorized
December 2013 We held our 2013 Holiday Party at Steel Toe Studios in SoDo. Everyone had a great time learning to weld and creating unique works of art from pieces of scrap metal.
November 2013 The Goodwill Job Training and Education Center has won the NAIOP Washington Chapter’s 2013 Community Impact of the Year Award. Pike Station has been honored with a 2013 AIA Seattle Award of Merit.
October 27, 2013 + Uncategorized
October 2013 The Lund Opsahl staff and families enjoyed a beautiful Sunday evening together and took a short walk over to CenturyLink Field to watch the Sounders play the LA Galaxy. LWO is now Lund Opsahl LLC! We have a new name, but the… Read More
August 2013 We threw a party to celebrate the shared birthday of two of our little engineers: Ariana (age 1) and Regan (age 8).
May 2013 The LO Staff take a break from their usual nerdiness to demonstrate what a typical 100 psf floor live load looks like.
April 2013 LO is proud to welcome Bernt Johnson to our staff. Bernt is a Bainbridge Island native with two years of engineering experience, and will make a great addition to our team!
March 2013LOW partners and personnel, along with two official greeter dogs (Sally and Maxwell) and one future engineer, took some time off to celebrate the one year anniversary of Lund Wright Opsahl. It was a chance to look back (We really did… Read More
December 2012Think fire, molten glass, Martin Blank Studios, and LO staff, and you’ll know what we did for our first holiday party! Glass was blown, a good time was had, and everyone came away with their own piece of blown glass art.
November 2012 Part of the 50th Anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair, the Structural Engineers Association of Washington gathered at the Skyline Level of the Space Needle to honor the achievements of some of our local engineers who designed many of the… Read More
August 2012Our staff, significant others, and (of course) dogs enjoyed a beautiful day of BBQ, croquet, ping pong and lounging by the pool at the LWO summer potluck.