Engineering Pathways was formed and structured primarily to meet two US and international client needs. The first is to provide cost effective environmental engineering solutions that work. The second is to provide extremely responsive client service. We believe that the fast pace of modern business mandates that technical solutions must be provided on time, on budget and must work the first time. Similarly, technical service providers need to understand and accept that client service is equally as important as technical excellence.
The challenge is how to provide these two essential services on a consistent basis. Engineering Pathways believes that the best pathway to meet this challenge is to employ only experienced professional and support staff that truly care about providing service and then provide them with modern analytical and communication systems. For our international assignments, we normally utilize experienced bilingual/bicultural personnel as another way to assure technical solutions that work in country.
We accept that our focused approach means that we will not always be at the "cutting edge" of technology. We choose to provide our clients with proven technical solutions and let others accept the risk/rewards of being early users of potential new "cutting edge" solutions.
Your review of our web site is a rapid pathway for you to determine whether we can be a key component in helping solve your challenges. Additional credentials and references can also quickly be provided, if you desire them.
Engineering Pathways specializes in hazardous waste management engineering. With experience dating back to 1971, we have seen the development and evolution of hazardous waste management in the US and its associated regulatory structure-both at the state and Federal level.
Mr. Johnson has over 49 years of experience in civil engineering, specializing the last 45 years in hazardous waste management engineering. During this time he has been actively involved in planning and implementing regulatory agency approved technical responses to releases of hazardous wastes.
EP Press specializes in the publication of sport fishing books with a uniqe focus on fiberglass fly rods. You can find detailed information about all of our books on our EP Press page. Please visit our Contact Us page to place book orders or to request additional information about our publications.
The Johnson’s first book (Fiberglass Fly Rods) recorded the development of fiberglass fly rods from WW II through 1996. This book discusses the new changes that have taken place in the last 20 years.
Eight Points of Light chronicles the lives of eight people that changed fly fishing and never got the credit they deserved for their efforts.
Fishermen simply did not wade prior to the Civil War. One 1828 fishing writer stated “fishing and drinking are the devil’s decoys” and warned of the adverse health impacts from wading. America’s Fishing Waders follows the development of waders through the history of Hodgman Rubber Company (Hodgman). Hodgman was founded in 1838 and has been a consistent provider of fishing waders for over 120 years.
This book is the first complete historical analysis of this famous rod making firm. It is 180 pages in length and contains 185 historical photos and images.
America's Fly Lines is the first book of its type to chronicle the evolution of the modern fly line from its horsehair and silk beginnings.
This in-depth book, by a father and son writing team, has been well researched and documented, and presents the first historical perspective of the people and companies involved in the dynamic Post-war transition of the American fishing rod from the days of bamboo rods into the modern era of synthetics: fiberglass and graphite.