Landau Associates News

Landau Associates Attends Everett Public Schools STEM Fair

Landau Associates attended Everett Public Schools' “Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics" (STEM) Fair at Xfinity Arena in Everett on Monday, June 6. Our exhibit featured a pH testing station where kids of all ages learned about pH and how it is used to test water quality, and were encouraged to test several liquids to determine their pH using litmus strips and an electronic pH meter. Our booth also featured a model aquifer that pumped water in and out of model wells, and a streambed station where kids designed their own stream path, placed houses and bridges (rocks and sticks) along the bank, and watched the erosion and deposition of sand along their stream path. A good time was had by all!

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Professor Eric S. Cheney Visits Edmonds Office for Book Signing

Eric Cheney, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington, visited the Edmonds office on June 2, 2016 to autograph copies of the newly released The Geology of Washington and Beyond: From Laurentia to Cascadia. Landau Associates contributed to funding the publication as a corporate sponsor. The book was published by the University of Washington Press in 2015. The Geology of Washington and Beyond is available for purchase at the University of Washington Press website.

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Former CEO Steven Johnston Newest Port of Edmonds Commissioner

Congratulations to Steven Johnston, retired Landau Associates CEO and long-time Edmonds resident, on his appointment to the Port of Edmonds Port Commission. Steven was sworn in at a special meeting Wednesday, May 25, by Port of Edmonds attorney Brad Cattle. Steven retired from Landau Associates in 2013.

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Zest Fest at Food Lifeline, Shoreline

IMG 0131 adjOn Saturday, March 5, Landau Associates volunteers spent their morning sorting through and performing quality control (we call this QA/QC) for thousands of pounds of fresh oranges at Food Lifeline in Shoreline, Washington. Together, with members of the community and friends at Puget Sound Energy, we repacked 20,890 pounds of oranges and canned goods that will provide over 17,408 meals to be distributed to food banks throughout Western Washington. With help from local businesses and the community, Food Lifeline is able to quickly sort, pack, and distribute food donations, supplying 30 percent of meals served by local food programs.

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NEBC Managing Stormwater in Washington Conference

We're proud sponsors of the Managing Stormwater in Washington conference, Wednesday, March 9 at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center.

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Visit us at the 2016 WWU Huxley College Environmental Career & Internship Fair

Visit Landau Associates at the 2016 Huxley College Environmental Career and Internship Fair, Thursday, February 11, 2016, 4:30 to 5:30 pm in the Viking Union Multli-Purpose Room, directly following the Western Washington University Winter Career Fair in Bellingham. We're proud to have seven WWU alumni on our staff!

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NEBC Managing Stormwater in Oregon Conference

Landau Associates is proud to sponsor the NEBC Managing Stormwater in Oregon Conference Tuesday, June 21, at the Red Lion Hotel on the River - Jantzen Beach.

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We're Hiring! Visit Us at the University of Washington CEE Career Fair

Landau Associates hiring managers look forward to meeting students and recent graduates at the University of Washington 10th Annual Civil & Environmental Engineering Career Fair Thursday, January 21, 2016, from 1:00-4:00 pm at the HUB Student Union Building South Ballroom at the UW Seattle Campus.

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Landau Associates is Switching to 100 Percent Recycled Office Papers

EDMONDS, WA December 7, 2015 – In early 2015, Landau Associates’ employee Sustainability Committee proposed that the company consider switching to entirely 100% post-consumer waste (PCW) recycled office papers. Recycled papers are widely considered to have a less negative impact on the environment than papers made from virgin fibers because the production process requires fewer trees and less water, energy, and toxic chemicals. The use of recycled papers also helps to keep paper out of landfills, reducing the creation of methane, a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change.

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Chip Halbert, PE to Speak at Greater Seattle & Pacific Northwest Data Center Summit

Landau Associates Principal and Environmental Permitting Director Chip Halbert, PE will speak at the Greater Seattle & Pacific Northwest Data Center Summit Tuesday, November 17 at the Harbor Club Seattle.

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