SEATTLE, WA – The SR 509 Corridor Completion Project is a part of the Puget Sound Gateway Program. Epic is providing acquisition and relocation services for this project. The program is aimed at connecting the state’s ports to distribution centers in King County, Pierce County and eastern Washington. Other advantages of this project include reduced traffic congestion and increased economic growth.
ADA COUNTY, ID – Epic has contracted with Ada County Highway District (ACHD) for multiple street widening, split corridor, and intersection projects. These eight projects spanning five years have resulted in over 25 residential and non-residential relocations. While ACHD self-funds most of its projects, all relocation efforts follow the Uniform Relocation Act, and Idaho Transportation Department guidelines. Special services included the creation of ACHD Relocation Brochures, reviewing previous relocations performed by other consultants, and preparing a report comparing the differences to project costs by following federal guidelines.
PORTLAND, OR – Epic provided temporary relocation services for this 11-story, 162-unit Section 8 property housing elderly and disabled residents. In many cases, Epic was able to significantly reduce the temporary relocation time for individual tenants, resulting in cost savings of over $100,000. Epic also provided emergency relocation services following a fire at the building.