State-of-the-art electronic meters enhance the tracking of water consumption, providing input into a near real-time monitoring.
For civil engineers, drone technology has become extraordinarily useful for traffic monitoring and keeping track of projects under construction.
The acquisition of Covello not only enhances Psomas’ construction management capabilities, it also strengthens the company’s water resources portfolio.
A 360 camera literally captures a much larger perspective to document everything that you are seeing: vertically, horizontally, in front, and behind.
Kevin Thornton’s article about using Envision to assess a non-traditional or unique infrastructure program is featured in Civil + Structural Engineer.
Kent Norton has joined Psomas’ Environmental Planning Group as a Senior Project Manager.
Across the country, public agencies are supporting programs that encourage bicycling and walking as an alternative to using our cars.
Programs like “Rails to Trails” are taking advantage of unused railway corridors by converting them into bike and pedestrian trails.
Psomas is pleased to announce the appointment of four new principals of the firm: Augie Chang, Ernie Gomez, Bob Talafus, and Byron Tobey.
Rose Fistrovic to Head Land Use Entitlements Practice for Psomas.
Psomas is pleased to announce the appointment of nine new Associates for 2018.
Bike sharing is a healthy transportation option and an affordable alternative for people with flexible transportation needs.
With substantial ATP funding available, how does a local agency improve its chances of securing funding?
Andregg Geomatics, one of Northern California’s oldest and well-respected surveying and mapping firms, has joined Psomas.
The use of drones when conducting parking studies, utilizes far less manpower, while collecting more comprehensive data.
Public agency programs that get commuters out of their cars and onto bicycles and sidewalks.
Robert Pieplow joins Psomas as Resident Engineer in Roseville, CA office.
Kevin Thornton’s discussion on how the Envision process influences projects for the better, regardless of certification, is re-posted on the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure’s website.
3D laser scanning (LiDAR 3D mapping) provides a wealth of data at significant cost savings.
What does it take to foster professional growth in young engineers? This is an important question that AEC firms must successfully answer.
Pint-sized Yachts – Titanic Rewards! Join us June 22, 2017 for the Paper Yacht Challenge! All proceeds will benefit The Midnight Mission.
Have you been unnecessarily stopped at an intersection and thought, “who decided a signal was needed here?”
Brett Barnett to Lead Psomas’ Transportation Construction Management Group in Southern California.
The Flower Market is a beloved cultural institution with a long history in Downtown Los Angeles dating back to the early 1900s.
Psomas has selected Byron Tobey, PE, LEED AP, QSD, ENV SP as the firm’s new group leader of Construction Management.
Psomas staff, Anne Williams and Mike Crehan, talk about sustainable aspects of this high-profile LA project in Civil Engineering magazine.
EIFD financing creates opportunities for cities in California to utilize tax increment financing for local and regional projects.
Trent Miller to carry on the firm’s business operations in the Kern County Region.
Psomas is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Principals of the firm: Scott Bryant and Alysen Weiland.
Psomas received the ACEC-Utah Award in the Special Projects Category.