Plays a lead role in significant Seattle infrastructure projects
33, Senior Project Manager
In Seattle, Parsons' area manager David Warner is leading some of the Northwest city's most critical infrastructure developments. Warner is currently serving as project manager for the Elliot Bay Seawall project, which will replace the city's existing structure. With a first phase valued at $290 million, the project aims to reduce future impacts from coastal storms and likely seismic events, while at the same time enhancing ecosystems along Seattle's waterfront. Warner's role is similarly substantial: manage the project's overlapping design, environmental process, right-of-way acquisition, outreach and contractor procurement efforts. This isn't his only major project, though. Warner recently became a project manager for the Washington State Dept. of Transportation's multibillion-dollar SR 520: I-5 to Medina Bridge Replacement and HOV project, where he was responsible for project delivery, environmental documentation, permits and real estate acquisition. The project included improvements and a bridge replacement from I-5 in Seattle across Lake Washington—including the replacement of a floating bridge.