Reyes Engineering continues to be listed in Portland Business Journal’s fastest growing companies. This is the third year that Reyes Engineering has made it onto the list.
We are proud to announce that Flaviano Reyes and Daren Vandeberg have recently received 2014 Illumination Awards of Merit from the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES). The IES aims to create a leading lighting community devoted to promoting the art and science of quality lighting. In order to recognize those who apply their mission, the IES gives out an award of merit to those who display “professionalism, ingenuity, and originality” in lighting design. Mr. Reyes received the Lighting Control Innovation Award and the Edwin F. Guth Memorial Award for work on Sandy Public Library. Mr. Reyes has also been awarded the Edwin F. Guth Memorial Award for interior lighting on the City of Gresham’s Wastewater Treatment Plant. Mr. Vandeberg received the Outdoor Lighting Design Award and the Energy and Environmental Design Award for his work on Cherriots, the Salem-Keizer Transit system. These awards are a testament to Reyes Engineering’s incorporation of advanced energy-saving strategies and artistic application of lighting. Our warmest congratulations to Flaviano Reyes and Daren Vandeberg!
Reyes Engineering Inc., a Portland-based electrical engineering firm specializing in sustainable design, has opened a Honolulu office. Located in the heart of the Honolulu business district, REI will now be able to serve our clients and community as a local presence.
Reyes Engineering is proud to be awarded one of the Fastest Growing Companies for 2013 by the Oregon Business Journal. This marks the second time the firm has been recognized for this distinction. Previously Reyes was ranked 14th fastest growing company in Oregon in 2004.
The Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail will be America’s largest no-car commuter bridge when completed. Reyes Engineering is designing its electrical and lighting systems. The project continues to take shape and when finished will connect Portland’s South Waterfront to the east bank near the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
Learn more about the concrete pour and the search of the bridge’s new name on Oregon Live.