Transportation infrastructure is a key component in safely and efficiently moving people and goods across land, sea, and air. We understand the need to balance efficient transport with environmental issues and other critical factors such as future growth and maintenance. At PND we accomplish a wide variety of projects using design-bid-build and design-build services. These projects range from small projects to complex, multi-disciplinary designs. We strive to structure our projects to meet client needs, using our ability to navigate through complex issues to meet project goals.
PND has performed numerous transportation projects for clients ranging from developers to city, state, and federal agencies such as FHWA, DOTs, and BIA. PND has completed a wide range of services as part of these projects. Over 1,000 miles of roads have been completed, with projects as diverse as rural mining roads and forest service roads to urban collectors and highway systems. As part of these services, we have the in-house capability to perform detailed permitting, public participation, and assessment of right-of-way. Our services also include accommodating steep slopes, fish passage, glacial outburst flooding, riverine flooding environments, and a host of other critical issues. As a result, PND has been awarded many local, state, federal, and national awards.
PND has broad transportation experience with trails and direct involvement in extensive trail systems that have received National Audubon Society awards for environmentally sensitive design. We have also completed studies and design for rail projects in many locations, including grade separations, coal transfer facilities, rail transport, tunnels, and grade separation projects.
PND staff members have performed many designs and studies for small to major airports in the United States, Canada, and other overseas locations. Projects have included rehabilitation and new airport facility designs capable of handling both small and large jet passenger service. We have also provided services for airport facilities handling heavy cargo transport such as for the Antonov 124-100.
Statter Harbor Project Earns 2016 ASCE Award
Don D. Statter Harbor Launch Ramp Facility, designed by PND, wins 2016 Project of the Year award from ASCE.
Anchorage Settles Port Suit
“We are happy to settle this meritless suit against us for less than the cost of going to trial, and move on with the business of engineering,” said Jim Campbell, PND President.