Roads

Roads awards includes acknowledgements from the Engineering Services, Road Maintenance, and Transportation and Environmental Services divisions.
 

2016 American In-house Design Awar

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  • Awarded by: Graphic Design USA
  • Description: Index-Galena Road Update Newsletter
  • Recipient: Deb Harvey, Graphic Designer
 Index-Galena Newsletter
 

2016 WSACE President's Award

  • Awarded by: Washington State Association of County Engineers
  • Description: 2016 WSACE President's Award
  • Recipient: Janice Fahning, Engineering Services Director
 Owen Carter and Janice Fahning
Owen Carter, 2015 President of WSACE, and Janice Fahning

 2016 Best County Paving Award - Western Washington

  • Awarded by: Washington Asphalt Pavement Association (WAPA) and the Washington Association of County Engineers (WSACE)
  • Description: Snohomish County and Watson Asphalt Paving Co., Inc. were awarded the 2016 Best County Paving Award - Western Washington. The award was presented for the Snohomish County Rural Roads Preservation – Woods Creek Road project from South Lake Roesiger Road to Bollenbaugh Hill Road, north of Monroe.
  • Recipient: Snohomish County Public Works and Watson Asphalt Paving Co., Inc.
 2016 WAPA Best County Paving Award

2015 Best County Paving Award - Western Washington


  • Awarded by: Washington State Association of County Engineers (WSACE) and Washington Asphalt Pavement Association (WAPA)
  • Description: Snohomish County and Granite Construction were awarded the 2015 Best County Paving Award – Western Washington. The recognition highlights the proficient work completed for the county’s 164th Street SW/SE from 14th Place W to SR 527 project.
  • Recipient: Snohomish County Public Works and Granite Construction
164th Street Award

2015 Outstanding Service Award


  • Awarded by: Washington State Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
  • Description: The Washington State ITE Outstanding Service Award recognizes members for their service to the organization.
  • Recipient: Jim Bloodgood, Snohomish County Public Works Engineering Manager, Transportation and Environmental Services
 Jim Bloodgood

2012 Vision 2040 Award


  • Awarded by: Puget Sound Regional Council
  • Description: Community Transit and Snohomish County’s novel Curb the Congestion transportation management program has received a 2012 Vision 2040 Award from the Puget Sound Regional Council. The awards recognize innovative projects and programs that help ensure a sustainable future as the region grows.
  • Recipients: Jay Larson, Project Manager, Transportation and Environmental Services, and Bobann Fogard, Transportation and Environmental Services Director
Vision 2040 Award
 

2012 Surveyor of the Year


  • Awarded by: Land Surveyor's Association of Washington State
  • Description: Awarded to one individual who, by assessment of his or her peers, has contributed the most to the surveying profession as a whole over the past 5 years. Amanda is the first woman in the state to receive this award.
  • Recipient: Amanda Askren, Survey Supervisor, Engineering Services
Surveyor Award

2011-2012 Government Partner of the Year


  • Awarded by: Center for Service-Learning at Edmonds Community College
  • Description: The 2011-2012 Government Partner of the Year award recognizes those partners for their dedication and inspiration to the service-learning program. It was awarded on behalf of the partnership between the Learn and Serve Environmental and Anthropology Field (LEAF) School and the Snohomish County Public Works wildlife monitoring program.
  • Recipient: Terri Hawke, Snohomish County Public Works representative
Terri Wentworth-Davis

2011 ACT International Awards


  • Awarded by: Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT)
  • Description: The 2010 Curb the Congestion program was awarded 2nd Place in the Marketing Partnership category for the joint effort between Community Transit and Snohomish County for developing a program that successfully met an identified commuter need or concern.
  • Recipient: Jay Larson, Project Manager

2011 Engineering Excellence Gold Award


  • Awarded by: American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)
  • Description: Monte Cristo Grade Road Bridge #660 won a Gold Award under the "Social, Economical, and Sustainable Design Considerations" category.
  • Recipient: Lisa Wirt, Project Manager, Engineering Services
Monte Cristo Bridge

2010 FHWA Best County Project of the Year


  • Awarded by: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
  • Description: Sauk River Bridge #414 - Recognized as a federally-funded transportation project that achieved excellence in safety enhancements, construction, innovative design, environmental sustainability and community involvement.
  • Recipient: Kinyan Lui, Bridge Design Supervisor / Project Manager, Engineering Services
  • Complete report
Sauk River Bridge

2010 APWA National Project of the Year


  • Awarded by: American Public Works Association (APWA)
  • Description: Sauk River Bridge #414 - An innovative construction technique was one of the features that made this project an award winner and saved County taxpayers $1 million in costs, shortened construction time by five months and minimized environmental impacts.
  • Recipient: Kinyan Lui, Bridge Design Supervisor / Project Manager, Engineering Services
  • Complete report
Sauk River Bridge

2010 Commute Smart Award


  • Awarded by: Washington State Governor's Office
  • Description: Snohomish County Public Works and Community Transit have been recognized for their Curb the Congestion Program. Curb the Congestion is reducing the number of vehicles on the road by providing individual assistance and incentives to try an alternative to the drive-alone habit.
  • Recipient: Jay Larson, Project Manager, Transportation and Environmental Services, and Bobann Fogard, Transportation and Environmental Services Director
Congestion AwardPictured L to R: Paula Hammond, WSDOT; Bobann Fogard, Snohomish County Public Works; Debbie Anderson, Community Transit Transportation Specialist; Governor Gregoire

2009 Merit Award - Iconic or Signature Bridge Category


  • Awarded by: The National Steel Bridge Association (NSBA)
  • Description: Sauk River Bridge #414
  • Recipient: Kinyan Lui, Bridge Design Supervisor / Project Manager, Engineering Services
Sauk Bridge - 2009 Merit Award

2008 APWA Project of the Year Award (National Level - Transportation Category)


  • Awarded by: American Public Works Association, Transportation Category of Projects Costing Less than $2 Million
  • Description: South Slough Bridge #91 - The innovative design reused the existing historic concrete arch foundation, eliminated the need for a complete bridge replacement, shortened the project by 4.5 years, and increased the deck size by 62 percent without adding weight, to accommodate two travel lanes and shoulders.
  • Recipient: Larry Brewer, P.E., Project Manager, Engineering Services
  • Complete report
South Slough Bridge 91

2008 Sentinels of Safety Certificate of Safety Achievement

  • Awarded by: U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration
  • Description: The team was recognized for its outstanding safety record for 7,117 employee hours worked without a lost-workday injury.
  • Recipient: Road Maintenance and Sand Hill Pit Crew
 

2007 APWA Project of the Year Award (National Level & State Level - Transportation Category)


  • Awarded by: American Public Works Association, Transportation Category of Projects Costing $2-$10 Million
  • Description: Puget Park Drive Extension - Pedestrian enhancements, aesthetic considerations, low impact development features and responsiveness to the community made this project an award-winner. It was featured on a tour of local LID projects through APWA's WA State Conference in the spring of 2007.
  • Recipient: Sam Filetti, P.E., Project Manager, Engineering Services
  • Complete report
Puget Park Drive