The latest projects, news and events at Bowen Collins & Associates.
BC&A is happy to announce the hiring of Mr. Cody Nelson, and the addition of corrosion engineering services to our firm. We are excited to be able to provide a new alternative for our client’s future corrosion, condition assessment, and coating engineering needs.
Cody brings to BC&A over seven years of experience in cathodic protection and protective coating systems of steel and concrete structures for corrosion mitigation. Cody will offer our valued clients in the water and wastewater industry extensive experience with corrosion engineering, cathodic protection, evaluation of aging infrastructures, and coating design. With Cody on our team, BC&A will now be able to provide these unique and specialized services for our clients on a variety of projects.
PSMJ Resources, Inc., the premier management consulting firm for the architecture and engineering (A/E) industry, has recently announced that Bowen, Collins & Associates has been included in their 2017 Circle of Excellence. Seventy-three exceptional architecture and engineering firms made it onto the exclusive list this year.
PSMJ’s Circle of Excellence is designed to highlight firms that are successfully managed and demonstrate outstanding achievements in areas such as productivity, overhead management, cash flow, business development, staff growth, and turnover. The Circle of Excellence represents the top 20% of participants in PSMJ’s annual A/E Financial Performance Benchmark Survey.
“The Circle of Excellence is consistently made up of a diverse set of firms that come from all corners of the A/E space. This is hard proof that success isn’t defined by a specific firm size, location, or market niche,” says Frank A. Stasiowski, FAIA, Founder and CEO of PSMJ Resources. “The top-performing firms just think and act differently than the rest of the pack to achieve extraordinary business performance.”
BC&A is honored to be included among such highly-regarded and successful engineering and architectural firms. This recognition reflects the dedication of our staff and the excellent relationships we have built with our clients over the past 20 years.
Our Draper, Utah team providing some needed beautification and cleanup at the Coyote Hollow Trailhead in Draper, UT. As a local firm largely staffed by people from Utah, we are always looking for ways to participate in efforts to make our area cleaner and even more beautiful.
The 2017 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was a success for Laurie DeKorver and the Grand Tetons! They raised over $5,000 and recruited 46 teammates to walk/run in the 5K last Saturday. Here is what Laurie had to say about the event: “The walk was awesome! Our team was an amazing group of people comprise d of family, friends, neighbors, Mom’s Club, and co-workers. There were many people there in spirit with us as well and I am so incredibly lucky to have such an amazing, supportive group of people in my life. So many people sending good thoughts, prayers, donating, walking, hugs, text messages – Thank you and love to you all!”
Big, big thanks to all those who donated time, money, and thoughtful words. We are proud of you, Laurie!!!
BC&A recently completed the permitting, design, and construction management of a project for the Sandy City Administration Office. The project consisted of five years of environmental permitting, the design of a box culvert, channel design (designed to convey the 100 year storm), and landscape restoration. The project also included coordination with Sandy City public works, public utilities, parks and recreation, and the mayor’s office along with several agencies. This channel realignment is located at the Sandy City SouthTowne Mall, behind REI and adjacent to I-15, and was part of the Monroe Street drive extension into the mall and key to the future development of the mall/city hall area (future Cairns development – downtown Sandy City). We are currently in the planning stages for the next phase of this project.
Thank you to a great team that helped get this project done. This project will be monitored by us for the next eight years (per the US Corps of Engineers regulations) as the vegetation begins to fill in and the site gradually restores itself.