Andeavor

P.O. Box 700
Anacortes, WA 98221

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Located about 70 miles north of Seattle on the picturesque Puget Sound, our Anacortes Refinery has a total crude-oil capacity of 120,000 barrels per day (bpd) and supplies gasoline, jet fuel and diesel fuel to markets in Washington and Oregon.
Representatives:

Rick Heilmann
Manager, Project Engineering
P.O. Box 700
Anacortes, WA 98221
(W) 360.293.9106
Rick.W.Heilmann@andeavor.com

The Boeing Company

N 6th St
Renton, WA 98057

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Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training.
Representatives:

Gary Fullmer
Project Implementation Manager
Facilities & Asset Management|Auburn & Frederickson
Supply Chain & Operations | Enterprise Services
(C): 206.294.1430
gary.t.fullmer@boeing.com

BP Cherry Point Refinery

4519 Grandview Road
Blaine, WA 98230

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Located in Blaine, Washington, BP’s Cherry Point Refinery helps fuel cars, trucks and airplanes throughout the Pacific Northwest, while making major contributions both to the local community and to the global aluminum industry.
Representatives:

Bruce Lierman
Superintendent of Projects
4519 Grandview Road
Blaine, WA 98230
(W) 360.303.5705
Bruce.Lierman@BP.com

King County Solid Waste Division

201 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104

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SWD provides garbage transfer, disposal and recycling services for approximately 1.3 million residents and 660,000 employees in King County. The King County solid waste system serves a large unincorporated area and 37 of the 39 cities in King County – the cities of Seattle and Milton are not part of the King County system. The division operates eight transfer stations and two drop boxes, as well as the Cedar Hills Regional Landfill, which is the only active landfill in King County. It is located on a 920-acre site in rural King County.
Representatives:

Neil Fujii, PE
Managing Engineer
201 S Jackson Street Suite 701
Seattle, WA 98104-3855
(W) 206.477.5219
neil.fujii@kingcounty.gov
Bill Berni
Operations Manager
16645 228th Avenue SE
Maple Valley, WA 98038
(W) 206.263.1023
bill.berni@kingcounty.gov

King County Wastewater Treatment Division

201 S Jackson Street, Suite 503
Seattle, WA 98104

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King County's Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) serves about 1.7 million people within a 424-square-mile service area, which includes most urban areas of King County and parts of south Snohomish County and northeast Pierce County. King County's wastewater system includes three large regional wastewater treatment plants, two small wastewater treatment plants, one community septic system, four combined sewer overflow (CSO) treatment facilities, over 391 miles of sewer pipelines, 26 regulator stations, 47 pump stations, and 38 CSO outfalls.
Representatives:

Lisa Taylor
Project Control Unit Manager
201 S Jackson Street Suite 503
Seattle, WA 98104
(W) 206.477.5474
lisa.taylor@kingcounty.gov

Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery

3901 Unick Road
Ferndale, WA 98248

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Phillips 66 is a downstream energy company, with segment-leading Refining and Marketing (R&M), Midstream and Chemicals businesses. The companyメs R&M operations include 15 refineries with a net crude oil capacity of 2.2 million barrels per day, 10,000 branded marketing outlets, and 15,000 miles of pipeline systems. In Midstream, the company primarily conducts operations through its 50 percent interest in DCP Midstream, LLC, one of the largest natural gas gatherers and processors in the United States, with 7.2 billion cubic feet per day of gross natural gas processing capacity. Phillips 66メs Chemicals business is conducted through its 50 percent interest in Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC, one of the worldメs top producers of olefins and polyolefins with more than 30 billion pounds of net annual chemicals processing capacity across its product lines.
Representatives:

Joe Murphy, PE
Turnaround Manager
Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery 3901 Unick Rd.
Ferndale, WA 98248
(W) 360.384.8486
Joe.murphy@p66.com

Port of Seattle

16135 Host Road
Seattle, WA 98158

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The Port of Seattle is a leader in moving people and cargo across the country and around the world. With facilities and property ranging in scope from a half-acre park to one of the largest airports and container terminals on the West Coast, we maximize the public assets in our portfolio with an eye toward best uses and environmental sustainability.

As one of the largest land holders in King County, the port owns parks and public access areas, Sea-Tac airport, conference facilities at the airport and on the waterfront, recreational boating marinas, piers for workboats and cruise ships, office space, storage and warehouse operations, and more.
Representatives:

Janice Zahn
Assistant Dir. of Engineering
(W) 206.787.3798
zahn.j@portseattle.org

Port of Tacoma

1 Sitcum Plaza
Tacoma, WA 98421-3000

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Pierce County voters established the Port of Tacoma Nov. 5, 1918, starting out on 240 acres of land in the Tacoma Tideflats. Over the years, more and more shipping activity shifted from the downtown Tacoma waterfront into the Port industrial area. Today, the Port covers more than 2,700 acres in the Port industrial area. It is of the top container ports in North America and a major gateway for trade with Asia and Alaska.
Representatives:

Carol Rhodes, P.E.
Senior Project Manager, Engineering
Port of Tacoma
Tacoma, WA 98421
(W) 253.592.6703
crhodes@portoftacoma.com

Shell Oil Products US

8505 S. Texas Rd.
Anacortes, WA 98221

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Located on March Point near Anacortes, WA, the Shell Puget Sound Refinery went on stream in September 1958. Today, the refinery has an annual average crude processing rate of approximately 145,000 barrels (5.7 million gallons) per day and produces multiple types of gasoline in addition to fuel oil, diesel fuel, propane, jet fuel, butane and petroleum coke. It also produces two chemicals – nonene and tetramer – that are used in a variety of plastic products.
Representatives:

Steve Nelson
Project Engineer
PO Box 622
Anacortes, WA 98221
(W) 360.293.1554
steve.nelson@shell.com
Burt Newbry
Projects Manager
burt.newbry@shell.com

Seattle Public Utilities

700 5th Ave., P.O. Box 34018
Seattle, WA 98124-4018

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Our job at Seattle Public Utilities is to protect the area's quality of life. To do that, we maintain some of the nation's best drinking water, help Seattle residents and businesses be recycling leaders, and protect local waterways and the Sound from polluted storm and waste water through rain gardens, tank systems and overflow treatment.
Representatives:

Jeff Fowler
Director, Construction Management Division
700 5th Ave., P.O. Box 34018
Seattle, WA 98124
(W) 206.233.2540
jeff.fowler@seattle.gov

University of Washington CPD and CERC

University Facilities Building
Seattle, WA 98195

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Capital Planning & Development (CPD) is comprised of several units that plan, build and manage comprehensive capital projects. The Center for Education and Research in Construction (CERC) develops responsive scholarship with broad impact on people and industry practices from project planning to operations. CERC Labs work on several interrelated streams of research including Safety and Health, Project Delivery and Management, Virtual Design and Construction, Infrastructure Development, Collaboration and Sustainable Built Environments.
Representatives:

Steve Tatge
Architect, LEEDTM AP, Director, Major Projects, Capital Projects Office
(W) 206.221.4231
statge@uw.edu
Dr. Carrie Sturts Dossick, P.E.
Professor and CERC Executive Director
Department of Construction Management
Architecture Hall 130h, Box 351610
(W) 206.221.4894
cdossick@uw.edu

WA State Dept. of Enterprise Services

1500 Jefferson Street SE, PO Box 41476
Olympia, WA 98504

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The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services manages many business and operational services that state agencies and municipal governments need to deliver public services. Our centralized services include facilities and lease management, accounting, human resources, risk management, contracting and printing. Enterprise Services also manages the Capitol Campus.
Representatives:

Nancy Deakins
Assistant Program Manager
Engineering & Architectural Services
1500 Jefferson Stree SE PO Box 41476
Olympia, WA 98504
(W) 360-407-9333
nancy.deakins@des.wa.gov