Doug Watt joined Condon-Johnson in 2014 as a District Manager in our Seattle office where he oversees the company’s operations in the Pacific Northwest, Mountain West, Alaska, and Hawaii regions.
Doug has estimated and managed a wide range of geotechnical and heavy-civil projects, including bridge foundations work, landslide stabilizations, dam remediation and permanent and temporary earth retention projects.
His experience includes permeation grouting, dam foundation grouting, drilled shafts, augercast piles, secant piles, micro-piles, ground anchors and deep excavations.
Doug’s project work includes public as well as private entities: CALTRANS, WSDOT, ODOT, Sound Transit, Boeing, Microsoft, the Department of Defense and Bureau of Reclamation. He has had direct involvement in the Richmond San Rafael Bridge, Beacon Hill Tunnel, Alaska Way Viaduct Replacement (Big Bertha) and the Elliott Bay Seawall Replacement projects.
Prior to joining Condon-Johnson, Doug was a Project Manager and Vice President at Northwest Cascade. Doug is a graduate from Central Washington University with a BS in Construction Management.