Involving a transportation engineer early in the development process can save you time and money, and help ensure a functional, safe, successful project. In this interactive presentation, Diego Arguea, Brian Dunn, Tony Roos and Charles Radosta of Kittelson & Associates, Inc. will draw on common experiences and share their expertise in how insightful innovative transportation design adds value at all stages of the land development process.

This is the third in a three-part series addressing critical topics and questions that arise during the design approval and construction process:

• Can transportation design and innovative intersection treatments lead to faster approvals?

• What factors drive the design process (ADA? Sidewalk treatments? Bicycle treatments? Signalization or Roundabout? Pedestrian Scramble?)

• How can Integrated Design help?

• How does a TMP requirement impact your project in an urban environment and active construction zones?

• How can I create certainty and minimize risk, understand the agency process, and develop a predictable timeline?

We will cover these topics and more…. So bring your own stories, experiences to share - exchange knowledge and challenge the presenters! We will also have a quick recap of the first two talks in the series.

This presentation is uniquely tailored for our private sector clients and teaming partners, consisting of a wide pool of developers, brokers, architects, planners, engineers, and land use attorneys.

Tuesday, Sept 19th, Schedule:

7:30 - 8:00 a.m. - Check-in/Breakfast

8:00 - 10:00 a.m. – TES Session

10:00 - 10:30 a.m. - Question & Answer (Optional)

There is no cost to attend this workshop and a hot buffet breakfast from Cheryl’s will be provided.

If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Norma Jensen at (503) 535-7451 or

We look forward to seeing you there!


Diego Arguea, PE Senior Engineer, Kittelson & Associates

Diego is a leader within the Development Services Market area for the Pacific Northwest, with extensive experience in the private sector during his tenure at Kittelson. With nearly 10 years of experience, Diego is an active client manager and helping to prepare transportation engineering/planning studies that support a variety of land use applications throughout Washington and Oregon. Based in Portland, Oregon, Diego has completed scores of transportation impact studies and secured development approvals for institutional, commercial and mixed-use projects in close coordination with the various Cities/Counties, Tri-Met, Washington and the Oregon Department of Transportation. His familiarity with each of the agencies’ development codes, procedures, permitting requirements, and approval criteria are coupled with his strong professional relationships to serve as a highly effective liaison on any transportation issue or challenge. His technical expertise in the analysis of transportation system performances is also complemented by his site design capabilities, enabling him to provide constructive guidance to the site design team, while addressing agency questions regarding transportation system safety and/or adequacy. His commitment to the transportation engineering profession is evidenced by his recent role as President of the Oregon Institute of Transportation Engineers and active roles within the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Westside Economic Alliance (WEA) and the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).

Brian Dunn, PE Associate Engineer, Kittelson & Associates

Brian manages the Development Services Market Area for the firm’s Portland office, providing services to private developers and organizations throughout the Pacific Northwest. With over 20 years of experience, Brian has an extensive history preparing transportation engineering/planning studies to support the permitting, design, and construction of development projects involving all types of land uses.

With equal exposure to private and public sector clients over his career, Brian has developed a reputation for working collaboratively, finding solutions to technically complex problems, and building consensus between involved agencies, clients, and stakeholders. With effective communication skills, he represents his clients' interests in a variety of public forums, whether it be making presentations to a neighborhood group, or providing professional representation at public hearings.

Brian’s credentials in this field of transportation are further supported by his past experiences in planning and design. His transportation planning experience covers the preparation of multi-modal transportation plans for dozens of communities and highway corridors throughout Oregon. As a designer, he has prepared design plans, cost estimates, and technical specifications for the construction of traffic signals, roundabouts, roadway signing and striping, and street lighting systems.

Brian has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Santa Clara University and is a registered Professional Engineer in the States of Washington and Oregon. He is a regular contributor to the Oregon ICSC Alliance Program, and is a member of the Westside Economic Alliance, and the Portland Business Alliance. He is also a very passionate electric vehicle advocate.

Tony Roos, PE Associate Engineer, Kittelson & Associates

Tony manages the Public Works Market Area for the firm’s Portland office, providing full roadway design services to the state and local agencies in the region. With 20 years of experience, Tony has successfully led interdisciplinary teams on transportation projects funded by both public and private investments.

Prior to joining Kittelson, Tony worked for Multnomah and Washington Counties in their respective Capital Projects groups and then with a local Land Development firm where he led their Public Works team. This background of Public and Private gives Tony the unique perspective of understanding both the development and agency needs as it relates to delivering a successful roadway improvement project.

As project manager, he provides project oversight, design implementation, team and utility coordination, and quality assurance and control. His experience includes designing road rehabilitations, main street schemes, full corridor improvements, intersection improvements (including roundabouts), and interchanges. He works closely with multidisciplinary team to provide projects that meet the expectations of his clients, striving to balance cost, schedule, and quality. Tony is passionate about public works, providing the best possible solutions for our communities through creativity and collaboration.

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