Otak, Inc. hires new staff members in Redmond office

Otak, Inc., an award-winning engineering, urban design, architecture and planning firm, announced recently that Adam Isaacson, Matt Cupp and Kevin Evans have joined Otak and will be working out of the firm’s Redmond office.

Otak, Inc., an award-winning engineering, urban design, architecture and planning firm, announced recently that Adam Isaacson, Matt Cupp and Kevin Evans have joined Otak and will be working out of the firm’s Redmond office.

Isaacson has joined Otak as a civil engineering designer. He has experience in waterfront civil site layout, grading design and calculations, marina layout, basic structural calculations, construction cost estimating, rail layout, quantity take-offs and technical specification production.

Cupp has joined Otak as a civil engineering designer. He has experience with roadway and pavement design; stormwater and water resource management; and surveying.

Evans has joined Otak as an engineering designer and water resource analyst. Previously, he worked for the City of Tacoma where he wrote design reports and permit/grant documents; collected and analyzed water quality data; designed hydraulic project elements; designed and engineered roadway and stormwater infrastructure; reviewed construction plans; assessed the condition of wastewater and stormwater pipes; and analyzed and graphically interpreted flow and contaminant data in Tacoma’s stormwater system.

 

 


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