ASCE Seattle Section March Meeting
Local Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Awards
This special annual program features Local Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (LOCEA) presentations and awards. Join us to celebrate the engineering accomplishments in our Section! This virtual section meeting is free to attend and open to members and non-members. Please join us on March 15, 5:30 pm – 7.00 pm.
The annual LOCEA awards recognize outstanding projects in the categories of Geotechnical, Structural, Ports and Waterways, Water Resources, Transportation and Development, and Small Project and Non-Construction Studies. Eligible projects are those that: have been accomplished by a civil engineer who is a member of the Seattle Section; is located within the Seattle Section (includes the counties of King, Snohomish, Kitsap, Whatcom, Skagit, San Juan, Island, Clallam, and Jefferson); was substantially completed in the calendar year 2022; and is predominantly civil engineering-related work.
Congrats to the following 2022 award winners!
2023 LOCEA Award in the Water Resources Category: Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station
In 2013, King County retained a Jacobs-led team to deliver the Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station (WWTS) project to control two existing combined sewer overflows (CSOs) into the Lower Duwamish Waterway. The Georgetown WWTS is a satellite treatment facility that will operate an average 20 times per year, processing about 69 million gallons of wastewater annually. This is the first new CSO treatment facility implemented under the County’s CSO Consent Decree. Jacobs and King County successfully met Consent Decree requirements, including submittal of a Facility Plan ahead of the December 2015 milestone. Substantial completion was achieved in 2022.
2023 LOCEA Award in the Water Resources Category: I-5 and SR11 Padden Creek Fish Passage
2023 Young Engineer of the Year: Mackenzie Capaci
Mackenzie Capaci serves as the Past President and Board Representative for the Seattle Section Younger Member forum. She is a Project Engineer for Kennedy Jenks, working on water/wastewater treatment projects across the west coast.
5:30 to 5:35: Meeting Introduction
5:35 to 5:50: Breakout sessions (networking)
5:50 to 6:00: Announcements
6:00 to 6:45: Presentations
6:45 to 6:55: Q&A
6:55 to 7:00: Closing