Photo Credit: Paul Hollie In an effort to practice being “green” the project may use goats to clear vegetation at new site locations. Using goats instead of bulldozer controls weeds and brush without harming the existing grass and soil. If goats are used for clearing, this will help the PSERN project achieve a Platinum rating for the Leadership in Energy…
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Photo Credit: Sean Douglas A magnificent view of the Skyline Radio Site just north of Steven’s Pass Ski area on Highway 2. PSERN will be adding coverage along highways and various other locations so that first responders can communicate effectively. As of May 20th this site still has snow!
Woodinville Fire Department working hard on scene. The PSERN project is moving right along! We recently completed the evaluation process for a Quality Assurance consultant and will start negotiations with the apparent successful proposer to finalize a contract. Currently, we are developing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a Construction Management Consultant which will be…
From left to right: David Mendel, Project Director, Kieu Ton, Project Administrator, Karla Clark, Communications Manager, Marlin Blizinsky, Government Relations Officer, Hai Phung, Project Manager and Sean Douglas, Technical Lead.
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