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Lancaster’s Annual Event – Pole/Pedal/Paddle

May 20th was our annual event with two teams signed up for the Pole/Pedal/Paddle in Bend, Or. This event included an alpine leg, cross country skiing, biking, running, kayaking, and a sprint. Thanks to everyone for making it so much fun. The weather was a wonderful taste of summer and we even got 15th and 16th out of 54 business teams.
Check out more Pole/Pedal/Paddle details here!

We’ve Expanded our Team!

We are excited to announce we’ve added two new EIT’s to our team – Jessica Hijar who graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology and Rocky Martin a graduate from Oregon State University. In addition to our two new EIT’s we are also excited to add¬†Sandra Archer as our new administration assistant.

But most excitingly, Todd and Heather brought baby Mobley (Merritt) into the world in January 19th.

New Central Oregon Office!

Lancaster Engineering has opened a Central Oregon office in Bend, OR. The office is led by Miranda Wells, PE who brings experience in traffic design and analysis, Intelligent Transportation Systems, and transportation safety. We are excited to build upon the work we have already done in Central Oregon and provide traffic engineering, planning, and project management.

We are located near NE Empire Boulevard at Boyd Acres Road. Contact office phone is (541) 508-1579.


Newest Addition to the Team!

We are proud to announce the addition of Miranda Wells, PE to our team. Miranda brings over 10 years of experience in transportation planning and traffic engineering. She offers a wide range of expertise which includes traffic analysis, transportation safety analysis and recommendations, ITS planning and design, and project management.

Miranda will be leading the development of our Central Oregon office but will be providing services throughout Oregon and Washington.

Announcing Lancaster StreetLab

cropped-streetlab-logo-transparent.pngLancaster Engineering is proud to announce the launch of our new division, Lancaster StreetLab. StreetLab’s focus is on working with cities and other public entities on parking policy, safety/Vision Zero planning, and active transportation.