AP Now Offering Archaeological Services

AP is excited to announce that we now have in-house capabilities to provide archaeological services to our clients.  With the [...]

City of Prineville Wastewater Facilities Plan Update

The City of Prineville operates a wastewater treatment plant that consists of a partially aerated facultative lagoon system.  A portion [...]

Milton-Freewater Levee Project Wins Engineering Excellence Award

The Milton-Freewater Water Control District (MFWCD) and AP took home a Grand Award this year at the American Council of [...]

Water Rights and WMCPs

A Water Management and Conservation Plan (WMCP) is a way of documenting a water supplier’s use, management, and conservation of [...]

The Importance of “Proving Up”

The Oregon Water Resources Department (OWRD) requirement for a Claim of Beneficial Use (COBU) Site Report and Map is the [...]

City of Stanfield Navigates Water Law

The City of Stanfield, Oregon, is in the midst of completing a $4 million upgrade of their water system.  As [...]

AP Gets Muddy for a Cause

August 24 was a muddy day at the Elgin Stampede grounds, when 10 people banded together to represent AP in [...]

AP Adds Three Engineers to La Grande Office

Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc. (AP), a local civil engineering, surveying, and natural resources consulting firm, recently announced the addition [...]

Be Proactive with Levee Issues to Save Money

Who would have guessed that Hurricane Katrina’s effects would be felt in eastern Oregon and Washington? For communities participating in [...]

Scenic Vista Reservoir Project Wins Award

At the 31st Annual Eastern Oregon Operators Conference in April, the City of Baker City won the 2013 Water Project [...]