Otak, Inc. hires three new staff members in Redmond office

Otak, Inc., an award-winning engineering, urban design, architecture and planning firm, announced recently that Chad Oxford, Gwyneth Perry and Allison Nichols have joined Otak. They 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 Chad Oxford, Gwyneth Perry and Allison Nichols have joined Otak. They will be working out of the firm’s Redmond office.

Oxford, a senior civil engineer and project manager, has 18 years of experience that includes rail and civil engineering design, utility design and coordination, program management, project controls, scheduling, cost estimating, contract administration and construction management.

Perry, an engineering designer and water resource analyst, has two years of experience in the public sector with expertise in hydrology and water resources.

Nichols, an engineering designer and water resource analyst, has experience in stream restoration, hydraulic engineering, sustainability, transportation design, environmental engineering, hydrology, soil mechanics, fluid mechanics, stormwater management and geospatial data applications.




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