Add maximum value to our clients' projects through unparalleled service.
Communication. Communicate often, proactively, and deliberately.
Diligence. Be thorough in all efforts, and ask the questions that need to be asked.
Availability. We are here when you need us, which allows your project to keep moving forward.
Tenacity. In consulting, results can often be governed by the amount of effort applied.
Service. Above all, serve the client in their best interest.
HISTORY AND EXPERIENCE
Chris Robertson graduated from Portland State University in 1996 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. After graduation, he joined a Portland engineering firm founded by one of his professors. He eventually helped them open a Vancouver office to better serve their Washington clients, and was named the office manager in 2006. In 2013, Chris left the firm and founded Robertson Engineering.
Over his career, his experience has encompassed public works, site development, and utility infrastructure improvements for civic, residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, and sports facility projects throughout Southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon.
A Clark County resident since 1997, Chris combines his passion for client service with design expertise, local knowledge, and a love of Southwest Washington. This has resulted in many long term relationships, happy clients and a proven track record.
MEET THE TEAM
ODOT Certified for General Inspection, Hot Mix Asphalt,
Certified Environmental Construction, Bridge Construction Inspection
NEWS & UPDATES
VBJ BEST IN BUSINESS
We are so grateful for the support of our wonderful friends, family, clients, and community. It is truly an honor to be recognized as best in Clark County for the fourth time.
EVERGREEN HABITAT FOR HUMANITY COMMUNITY PARTNER OF THE YEAR
September 20, 2016
Our partnership with Habitat for Humanity has truly provided a unique opportunity for us to make lasting and meaningful contributions to our community. This fantastic organization is on the front lines every day working to provide affordable housing to deserving families.
TEACHING THE NEXT GENERATION
February 10, 2016
The Jemtegaard Middle School project in Washougal had several complicated design challenges. During the design process, Robertson Engineering's Jeremy Fick brought the real world into the classroom for a day to show these students what was happening in their own backyard.