ON THE MOVE SCJ ROUNDED OUT 2021 BY HIRING THREE NEW TEAM MEMBERS SCJ Alliance has added three new employees to the team: a senior design engineer and two marketing coordinators. Senior Designer Peter Swan is working with the civil design group. With a degree in Computer-Aided Design, Swan brings 18 years of CAD experience and 10 years in civil engineering. Morgan Evans and Avery Ward were both hired as marketing coordinators, bringing much needed resources to the SCJ team. Evans andWard both hail from the finance industry. All three work out of the Lacey office. SCJ Alliance is a 100 percent employee- ownedfirmspecializing incivilengineering, transportation planning and design, cable-
propelled transit, environmental and urban planning, landscape architecture and design, construction management, and public outreach. SJC Alliance has been nationally recognized multiple times for award- winning projects, growth, and as a great place to work. Founded with a handful of people in 2006, SCJ now has 115 employees across eight offices: Lacey, Centralia, Gig Harbor, Seattle, Ballard, Wenatchee, and Spokane, Washington, as well as Boulder, Colorado. SJC Alliance’s culture is defined by its core values of stewardship, freedom, compassion, trust, and integrity, guiding relationships with our clients and colleagues. As a result, team members are selected for more than technical expertise; we hire for character.
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