Scott Kuebler PE, SE

Principal

Special Projects - Tacoma, WA

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    Background

    During his 20 years in the industry, Scott Kuebler has provided structural engineering design and project management services on a wide variety of projects. His experience includes buildings, large retaining structures, bridges, port/marine structures, fish passage facilities, floating structures, parks and trails, and industrial facilities in both the public and private sectors, ranging from design of new structures to the condition assessment and repair/retrofit of existing structures. Scott is frequently engaged in highly unique designs that are intended to be built in challenging conditions. He has repeatedly demonstrated his ability to coalesce insight from a diverse group of project stakeholders to develop pragmatic and cost-effective solutions that reduce project cost and schedule risk and result in a successful project.   

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    Education

    • BS Civil Engineering, Washington State University
    • MS Civil Engineering (Structural Emphasis) Washington State University
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    Project Experience

    Chevron Bahia Las Minas Refueling Facility, South Jetty Tanker Berth Load Rating Analysis and Rehabilitation
    City of Tacoma Site 10 and 11 Esplanade
    Port of Gulfport West Pier Wharf Upgrade
    Port of Olympia Swantown Marina Fueling Station
    Port of Tacoma East Blair One Wharf
    Port of Tacoma Pier 4 Reconfiguration
    Washington State Ferries Timber Trestle Seismic Hazard Analysis
    Washington State Ferries Vashon Trestle Seismic Rehabilitation
    WDFW Bingham Creek Hatchery Improvements 
    WDFW Soos Creek Hatchery Improvements
    WDFW Forks Creek Intake Modifications
    WDFW Tokul Creek Hatchery Intake and Weir Replacement
    Port of Everett Marine Terminal Upgrades
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    Licenses

    • Professional Structural and Civil Engineer: WA, CA, OR
    • Civil Engineer: MS
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    Affiliations

    • Structural Engineers Association of Washington, Southwest Chapter
    • American Society of Civil Engineers Ports and Harbors Committee
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