BARNEY & WORTH SERVICES FOR THIS PROJECT OUR CLIENT: City of Salem   OUR WORK: Franzen Reservoir is the City of Salem’s most important reservoir. To make vital improvements, the city needed to shut down the 100 million gallon reservoir for two summers. This required all customers to dramatically curb their water usage. To get…

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BARNEY & WORTH SERVICES FOR THIS PROJECT OUR CLIENT: Portland Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) OUR WORK: The Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant (CBWTP) is part of a collection and treatment system that serves over 600,000 residential and commercial customers. The Master Plans outline all capital improvement projects at the plant for a ten-year period.…

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BARNEY & WORTH SERVICES FOR THIS PROJECT OUR CLIENT: Portland Timbers/Thorns OUR WORK: When the Portland Timbers expanded their seating capacity by 4,000 seats to meet high ticket demand, the organization worked to ensure the expansion was a positive experience for both fans and the surrounding neighborhoods. As part of this process, the Providence Park…

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BARNEY & WORTH SERVICES FOR THIS PROJECT OUR CLIENT: City of Salem OUR WORK: The City of Salem knows that public parks are important for creating a welcoming, vibrant, and livable community. The City actively plans improvements to public parks to ensure that there are recreation opportunities and natural areas accessible throughout the City. Community…

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BARNEY & WORTH SERVICES FOR THIS PROJECT OUR CLIENT: Portland Water Bureau Bull Run Treatment Projects OUR WORK: The Portland Water Bureau is making significant improvements to the Portland’s water supply from Bull Run to keep Portland’s water safe and abundant for generations to come and meet state and federal requirements. The multi-year projects include…

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BARNEY & WORTH SERVICES FOR THIS PROJECT OUR CLIENT: Willamette Water Supply   OUR WORK: The Willamette Water Supply System is a $1.3-billion project which includes a treatment plant, pipelines, and water tanks that will be constructed in five communities and unincorporated Washington County. When completed in seven years, it will draw water from the…

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