Commercial projects. School campuses. Transportation corridors. Community parks. Since its founding in May 2006, SCJ Alliance has worked on 3,346 projects for public, private, and tribal clients.
SCJ specializes in civil engineering, transportation planning and design, environmental and urban planning, landscape architecture, and public outreach.
In 2016, SCJ opened their downtown Centralia office on Tower Ave. and since then has grown to a team of 14. Office Principal Brandon Johnson, a third generation Lewis County resident, is active on the boards of the Lewis County EDC and United Way of Lewis County, as well as supporting the Centralia College Foundation.
“In 15 years, we’ve gone from eight people working on Costco folding tables, to 123 folks in ten offices in Washington, Montana, and Colorado,” says Jean Carr, SCJ President/CEO. SCJ became a 100% employee-owned company in 2019.
Local projects for SCJ have included the Borst Avenue redesign, Mellen Street e-Transit Station, United Learning Center, and many schools including Shawn Learning Center, Fords Prairie and Jefferson-Lincoln elementary schools, and Centralia High School. The team has also played a significant role in the Chehalis Tribe’s Grand Mound Development which includes Fairfield Inn, Talking Cedar, and Station 88.