Auburn, WA

Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Land Use Planning, Architecture, Fueling System Design, Permit Expediting, Commercial | 1 Acre

The Challenge

Chevron Corporation is an American multinational energy corporation and one of the world’s largest oil companies. Barghausen was contracted by our customer, Aamir Stations Incorporated, for this particular Chevron location in the Lakeland Hills area of Auburn, WA.  

The project itself consisted of 2,900-square ft. convenience store, 1,179-square foot roll-over carwash, and six fueling islands—all located on approximately one acre. 

As with all projects, the Chevron Lakeland Hills project came with its own unique set of challenges. First, the project site was located on the last pad of an aged shopping center. This meant that the rules and infrastructure were outdated and needed to be revamped. 

Architecturally, our team was challenged to meet both Chevron’s and our customer’s design criteria.  

The Solution

Our customer, Aamir Stations Incorporated, engaged our team for the following services during the scope of the Chevron Lakeland Hills project:

  • Civil engineering
  • Land surveying
  • Land use planning
  • Architecture
  • Fueling system design
  • Permit expediting
  • Construction administration

Why Barghausen?

Since 1982, Barghausen has provided high quality civil engineering, architecture, and land surveying services to residential and commercial clients nationwide.

From permit expediting to land surveying and more, Barghausen is a one-stop shop for not only sound project design, but also effective and hands-on project management - every step of the way.

Barghausen was founded with a deep commitment to customer service, expert engineering, and effective site planning. That’s why clients like Aamir Stations Incorporated trust Barghausen with even the highest demand projects for over 30 years.