Boise, Idaho — Stanley Consultants opened a new office in Boise, Idaho, at 5983 West State Street, Suite C. The office provides local consulting engineering services in transportation, infrastructure, and construction services and is supported by its nearby Salt Lake City office and the engineering firm’s full spectrum of services. Stanley Consultants is a global consulting engineering firm that provides planning, environmental, program management, engineering, and construction services worldwide.
“We’re excited to be in Boise and the great state of Idaho,” says Senior Vice President Mike Hunzinger. “We have a rich history in Idaho. In the last year we have re-invested in our office and local team to further establish and grow our services to our valued clients throughout the state.”
The new office is staffed by six professionals, all natives of Idaho. Dustin Commons, P.E., with over 20 years of transportation experience, is serving as both project manager and office manager. Bob Bruce, a principal with over 35 years of experience in project administration and management, is responsible for sales and client satisfaction.
Jeremy Robbins, P.E., with 15 years of experience, has led multiple transportation projects that range from traffic modeling to intersection improvements, including roundabouts, to large scale highway projects.
Senior Resident Engineer Gary Moles and Senior Construction Observers Scott Jordan and Michael Lindenberg round out the staff, providing construction inspection and observation services.
The office is currently providing engineering design and inspection services and will expand into planning, studies and environmental work. Projects currently under way include several design and construction inspection and observation projects for the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC), and the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD). Stanley Consultants has previous experience working for the ITD. In 2009, the firm designed the award-winning I-84 Vista Interchange, the first Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI) in Idaho. The interchange is a major point of access between the Boise International Airport, the City of Boise, and the region.