In the News

Groundbreaking Celebration for Oakpointe’s TenTrails Community

Under a crystal-clear sky and with Mt. Rainier as a backdrop, Triad staff joined client Oakpointe, King County and City of Black Diamond dignitaries, community members and other stakeholders at a recent groundbreaking ceremony, kicking off the residential construction phase of TenTrails (formerly known as The Villages).

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Triad President Jeff Cox Selected for David Evans Enterprises, Inc., Board of Directors

Triad President Jeff Cox has been elected to David Evans Enterprises, Inc.’s Board of Directors and appointed a vice president of the professional services consulting firm of David Evans and Associates, Inc. (DEA). Headquartered in Portland, Ore., DEEI is the parent company of DEA and the staffing firm Flux Resources, LLC. Triad is a division of DEA, having merged with the firm on Aug. 3, 2015. Cox was nominated to the board of the parent company by DEEI Chairman Al Barkouli, Ph.D., P.E., and subsequently elected by shareholders.

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Triad Vice President, Roy E. Lewis, Jr., Retires

Triad, a division of David Evans and Associates, Inc., announces the retirement of Roy E. Lewis, Jr., PE., LEED-AP©. Roy graduated from the University of Washington in 1977, worked a year for a Yakima firm and then was recruited to Triad by UW civil engineering classmate, Al Fure, Triad Senior Vice President and DEA Vice President. After seven years, Roy left Triad but rejoined the firm in 1994. In 2006, Roy was made Vice President and served as a member of its officers’ group, helping to guide Triad operations.

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Lonnie Carlson, PLS, Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Triad

Forty years ago last month, Lonnie Carlson, PLS, joined Triad as one of its first employees. Initially he was a civil designer, putting his degree from the University of Washington to work. But it didn’t take him long to decide surveying better suited his love for the outdoors and his cowboy demeanor. Today, he’s completed well over 1000 projects and made numerous significant contributions to the Puget Sound region’s built environment.

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Triad has joined David Evans and Associates

When considering this opportunity, we really focused on how our corporate cultures align, and it’s clear to me this is a great fit. There are many similarities, especially when it comes to how each company values its clients and honors its employees. The merger allows Triad’s clients to benefit from expanded services and resources – both regionally and nationally. Our project teams are looking forward to being part of a five-office, Puget Sound-area DEA team. Drawing on this larger talent pool means they'll collaborate on a wider variety of projects, support new client types, and work with other disciplines. We’ll be stronger together.

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Triad Celebrates 40-Year Milestone

President Jeff Cox marked the occasion of Triad’s 40th Anniversary by hosting an open house at the company’s new Woodinville headquarters. In attendance were over 100 long-time clients, sub-consultants, vendors and employees.

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Triad Relocates to Woodinville

President Jeff Cox announces the relocation of Triad to an office located in Woodinville, Washington. The two-story space was leased from HRP Properties and contains a variety of office types, conference rooms, informal gathering spaces and a warehouse area. Former building tenants had made extensive improvements including upscale finishes, high-end lighting and a creative color palette.

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Triad Surveyor Passes Professional Land Surveying Exam

Greg Juneau, PLS, Triad Vice President and Director of Surveying, recently announced that Luke M. Miller has successfully passed the six-hour national exam and the two-hour Washington state-specific exam for Professional Land Surveying.

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