TRANSIT & WATER
CIVIL ENGINEERING DESIGN
Our construction management team knows how to run a job—we have experience and expertise with elevated rail, civil utilities, and bridge projects. Our CM team is led by experienced construction engineers who understand all facets and prefer to be involved in the project at the program level, in order to ensure the delivery-type which best fits the project and the client.
Our CM team capably handles construction administration, inspection, documentation, pre-construction, constructability, and bid support. The CM team works with the design team for constructability reviews.
Our environmental permitting team understands permit stategy, environmental compliance, and code requirements. (NEPA, SEPA, BA, QAPP). Red Barn has some of the region's leading experts in fish passage design. We have experts in developing rating matrices on what to next improve or where to invest public funding within a program. We can provide local jurisdictions with the permitting support they need in getting in-water permits on time. We are knowledgeable about WSDOT risk assessments conducted for projects, and our staff brings 15 years of WSDOT culvert experience.
Our staff is here to help public sector clients design and implement a permitting strategy that ensures an expedited process for infrastructure that needs to be replaced.
Civil Engineering Design
Our civil engineering team understands pavement (ADA design), utilities, erosion & sediment control, and works hard to stay current with local, state, and federal requirements.
We combine civil and water resource engineering because we believe that every designer should have a strong background in land development. This allows our designers to understand all issues for fish passage including floodplain grading, dredging, and utility clearance. We have modeling experts in fluid dynamics - stream, sanitary sewer, storm, and water. We are all about the flow of water and designing projects that meet standards and integrate aesthetically with the surrounding environment.
Red Barn was established in 2016 and obtained over 50 permits that year, related to stormwater regulations which had just been adopted on a wide variety of projects. From there we built the construction management division and have expanded to environmental permitting. Red Barn knows the right balance and has timing that synchronizes with our client's desires and the regulatory requirements. Our core services of construction management, environmental permitting, and civil design complement each other and work in tandem to give us a comprehensive understanding of each project's environmental and design issues.
We have world-class modeling experts in hydrology and hydraulics that understand the benefits of green stormwater infrastructure and the reduction of CSO overflows. Our construction managers have worked on large facilities and bridges, and our wetlands and fish biologists have worked on over 100 culvert projects.
For inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: 425.419.4979 or fill out the form below.
6610 NE 181st St., Ste. 2
Kenmore, WA 98028
221 Prospect St.
Bellingham, WA 98225
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Owner’s representative for a Duwamish Trail and Fish Passage project
President, Vertical World
“After working with Red Barn, the Board has decided that Red Barn should manage all future projects from start to finish.”
Eminence Homes LLC
“They made a completely foreign process feel like a walk in the park... Rebekah was patient, kind and informative throughout the process, answered every crazy question that I had and referred her trusted contractors. I would DEFINITELY do business with them again!”
"As an owner’s representative, I found Rebekah’s leadership, creativity, tenacity and knowledge produced a great design, and a really FUN experience. Working with multiple stakeholders, she handled changing requirements with aplomb and shrewd insight. At weekly meetings, she was organized and prepared to answer very technical questions in a way that less technically trained people could understand. Her detailed understanding of code requirements allowed us to follow a fast track permit process. I value her judgment and admire the broad range of her abilities.”
President of Friends of The Snoqualmie Valley Trail and River
Rebekah was one of few engineers who, when asked, listened to the issues we had with water rights in North Bend. She reviewed documents and helped us in understanding the hydrogeology, as well as the civil engineering aspects. She is very detailed and enjoyable to work with. We strongly recommend that she be involved with multi-jurisdictional approvals and public presentations, as she truly cares and can relate to all people.”