EPG is pleased to welcome Kate Wilson as a Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst in the Phoenix office. Kate comes to us from Idaho where she has been working with city and county government agencies doing various GIS projects. Kate has a very unique and diverse background having worked as an independent GIS contractor Read more
EPG attended the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) 2016 Annual Conference from November 1–3 and engaged with Utah’s progressing transportation sector. Scott Peters, Heather Weymouth, Dana Holmes, and Lyndy Lovelady joined more than 1,500 attending transit professionals, to partake in education and networking opportunities, as well as participate as an exhibitor at the South Read more
EPG recently completed the Enterprise City Park Master Plan Project in the City of Enterprise, Utah. The 9-acre park includes the following features: A community clubhouse with a meeting hall, restroom, and game room A jogging/walking path with a fitness station course A splash pad A multi-use soccer/turf field that can be used for community Read more
EPG partnered with Michael Baker International and was awarded a contract to develop a Visually Significant Corridors Plan that promotes the character and image of the Town of Paradise Valley, Arizona by providing specific Sonoran Desert indigenous landscape, hardscape, and infrastructure design guidelines. The enhancements for pedestrians will include street lamps, benches, sidewalks, landscaping, bike Read more
On October 27, 2016, the 10-acre Bingham Park in Midvale City, Utah, celebrated its grand opening. Its design theme is inspired by a circuit board idea to represent the high-tech, fast-growing Bingham Junction area. WPA Architecture collaborated with EPG’s Dave Harris, landscape architect, to create a custom restroom building, which symbolically plugs into the Read more
We are happy to announce that Jordan Myers in our Phoenix office has been elected to be a Standards Board Member Alternate for the Register of Professional Archaeologists. We are fortunate to have staff who participate, and represent EPG well, in their respective professional organizations. Congratulations Jordan, and good luck in your term!
After completing the Bureau of Land Management Environmental Impact Statement for the SunZia Southwest Transmission Project, EPG was selected to perform cultural, paleontological, wetland, and biological surveys and prepare the Plan of Development for the 500-mile, 500-kilovolt transmission line corridor. The SunZia project will transmit renewable energy from New Mexico areas that are rich Read more