Client: King County Metro
Role: Roadway / Transit Engineer | CH2M
Dates: August 2011 to August 2012
Stephanie was the lead design engineer for the passenger facilities and transit improvements of this highly visible project connecting Ballard to downtown Seattle. Stephanie’s work included leading the civil engineering for more than twenty Metro bus zones throughout the D-Line corridor. Stephanie’s work includes upgrades for American with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility, paving, grading, signing, striping, and demolition plans. Stephanie coordinated with property owners and business owners along the corridor to obtain approvals and discuss issues related to the proposed improvements. Her work also included coordinating with King County Metro as well as proactively coordinating multi-disciplinary issues across various departments within the City of Seattle including the pedestrian and bicycle group, Urban Forestry, Seattle Public Utilities, Seattle City Light, and Signal Design and Traffic, and Street Use. Each of these bus zones were delivered independently of each other to accelerate the construction by Merlino Construction. To accelerate the construction Stephanie’s work also included designing the temporary traffic control plans as well as applying for and coordinated the street use permitting with the City of Seattle.