Michels Expands West Coast Reach

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michelsMichels continues to expand its West Coast operations by opening a permanent office and yard in the Seattle area. The office, 8021 S. 222nd St., Kent, Washington, is a hub for Michels’ deep foundations, ground improvement and earth retention construction services in the Northwest Region.

Lance Rasband, a 17-year veteran of deep foundations construction and project management on the West Coast, is leading a regional team with specific knowledge of soils and drilling conditions to served the energy, heavy highway and building trade industries. Rasband is a former Project Manager at Malcolm Drilling. Michels’ services include drilled shafts, secant piles, internal and external braced earth retention systems, jet grouting and dewatering.

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Michels foundations group serves the energy, heavy highway and building trade industries. The firm’s in-house engineering staff and design-build capabilities ensure works technically sound, cost-effective solutions for even the most complex deep foundations projects.

The Seattle area facility is Michels’ fourth in Washington, joining Kirkland, Marysville and Tumwater as bases for Michels’ industry-leading utility and transportation construction services. Michels is ranked 38th on ENR’s list of the top 400 contractors in the United States.

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