Tom's 100-Mile Race | Part 3

Part 3: Finishing strong With hurting feet and less than 30 miles to go Tom had to make some decisions on how he wanted to finish this race. Here is his recount of the finish: My feet hurt whether I…

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Tom's 100 Mile Race | Part Two

Part 2: Will his mental strength carry him through? 100 Mile races are about mental strength. We ended Part 1 with Tom's friend has pulling ahead and the sun setting. Tom has a long night of running ahead of him…

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Tom's 100 Mile Race | Part one

Part 1: Get your head in the game. PACE has been focusing on employee wellness - both physically and mentally. Tom Ferrell, a project manager in our Lake Oswego office, goes above and beyond in his fitness journey. He recently…

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PACE was Featured in Water Matters Magazine!

Article posted in the American Water Works Association (AWWA), Summer 2022 Issue of Water Matters (Page 23) 2022 marks a celebratory year. It is PACE Engineer's 30th anniversary, and it is the year H.R. 3684, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs…

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PACE's 30th Anniversary

Our HR Director, Karmell, has been at PACE for 17 years. She has seen the A/E/C industry evolve and has adapted to all the changes in recruitment. Here is what she had to say during her interview: What is the…

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Welcome Don & Kristal!

PACE Engineers, Inc. is excited to announce the addition of two new hires in our engineering group: Don Vehige and Kristal Greenhaw. Don is a Principal Planner who has over 20 years of experience including subdivisions, master-planned communities, and mixed-use…

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Karen and the Clem Elum Fish Passage

Can you imagine waking up at 4:30 am, leaving your office space by 6:00 am, and venturing out 1.5 hours to a massive fish passage dam? That is just the beginning of Karen’s Day. Karen is a survey technician in…

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Engineers Week 2022 | Reimagining the Possible

Happy National Engineers Week to all current and future engineers! This year’s theme is reimagining the possible. Engineers continuously create new possibilities to improve quality of life for humans, fish, and wildlife in countless ways. This week, we would like…

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