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Services in Oregon

DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services in the Beaver State of Oregon. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates services all metro areas throughout the state including Portland, Salem, Eugene, Bend, Seaside, Oregon City and Hillsboro.

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Bridge Falsework Engineering

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Concrete Shoring Engineering

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Davit and Anchor Testing

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Demolition Plan Design Engineering

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Earthquake Engineering

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Earth Shoring Engineering

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Expert Witness and Accident Investigation

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Facade Access Consulting

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Fall Protection Engineering

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Finite Element Analysis

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Formwork Engineering

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Reshoring Engineering

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Rigging and Erection Plan Engineering

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Scaffold and Shoring Testing

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Scaffolding Engineering

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Structural Engineering

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Structural Shoring Engineering

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Wall Bracing Engineering

The Hawthorne Bridge in Portland, Oregon

The Hawthorne Bridge in Portland, Oregon

Oregon has many different landscapes from the chilly ocean coastline, to the volcanic Cascade Range with its many lakes and ponds covered in evergreen, pine and juniper. There is also high desert in the Great Basin as well as many prairie lands and meadows. It is home to Crater Lake National Park. A magnificent engineering structure, the Steel Bridge, is located in the densely populated city of Portland, Oregon with over 2,500,000 inhabitants. The through truss, vertical-lift bridge has two stacked decks that cross the Willamette River. The top deck was first opened in 1888 to horse-drawn carriages and opened to automobiles in 1912. The bridge was designed by the engineering firm of Waddell & Harrington and measures 211 feet across with a width of 71 feet.

5305 River Rd. N, STE B Keizer, OR 97303