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Ocean Street Beach Access Improvements

Improvements to Seven Public Beach Access Sites The City of Carlsbad wanted to create a better experience for beach-goers by making the entrances to the beach more inviting, safer, and easier to find. Improvements include the addition of accessible pedestrian

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Sabino Canyon Road Mobility Improvements

Psomas led the concept and final design of a new four-lane roadway and bridge extending Sabino Canyon Road from Tanque Verde Road to Kolb Road.

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Blanco Drain Diversion and Reclamation Ditch Pump Stations

Advancing the Usage of Different Water Sources Monterey One Water (M1W) is committed to providing its constituents with a reliable, clean, safe, and sustainable source of water. M1W, along with the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (MPWMD), is in the

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Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility

More Than a Treatment Plant – A Comprehensive Solution The City’s original treatment plant had inefficient treatment processes and limited capacity. As a result, the quality of the treated water was below standards for discharging into the Petaluma River during

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Hallock Drive at SR 126 Intersection Improvement Project

A new 450-acre development is planned in the City of Santa Paula. The main entrance, at the intersection of Hallock Drive and State Route 126, is inadequate to support the increase in traffic and thus needs improvements. Psomas is providing the PEER report and PS&E for the widening and improved traffic signalization at this intersection.

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Otay Water District Steel Tank Scanning

Otay Water District performs regular maintenance on two dozen above-ground steel tanks within their service area. In the past, imaging the interior condition and measuring the location of structural elements required a certified diver with a waterproof camera and a measuring tape.

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SR 138 (SR 14) and Palmdale Boulevard Interchange Improvements

Due to the high volume of traffic on Palmdale Boulevard and the limited green time for the left turn lanes at the off-ramps from SR-138 (SR-14), motorists experienced an extended wait at the “Continuous Green T- Intersection.” This project will improve levels of service by increasing capacity, reducing congestion, and improving overall operations and safety.

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Otay Water District Steel Tank Scanning

Otay Water District performs regular maintenance on two dozen above-ground steel tanks within their service area. In the past, imaging the interior condition and measuring the location of structural elements required a certified diver with a waterproof camera and a measuring tape.

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Oak Street Roundabout

The Oak Street roundabout improves auto and pedestrian safety, traffic flow, and to create a landmark entry feature into Historic Old Roseville.

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Lincoln Bridge Multi-Modal Improvements

Improving Connectivity and Accessibility Lincoln Boulevard serves as a critical north-south connection on the Westside of the City of Los Angeles. Few other roads provide continuous access through this area, resulting in oversaturation during peak commute periods. In addition, access

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Lincoln Bridge Multi-Modal Improvements

Improving Connectivity and Accessibility Lincoln Boulevard serves as a critical north-south connection on the Westside of the City of Los Angeles. Few other roads provide continuous access through this area, resulting in oversaturation during peak commute periods. In addition, access

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Avenue R Complete Streets and Safe Routes to School

The City of Palmdale wants a “Complete Streets” approach along Avenue R, from Sierra Highway to 25th Street East, to accommodate all modes of transportation.

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Church Avenue Complete Street

The Church Avenue Complete Street project in downtown Tucson will connect major destinations such as the convention center, main library, and historic courthouse.

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North 12th Complete Street Project

First “Cycle Track” in Downtown Sacramento The City of Sacramento had been looking for ways to make it easier and safer for cyclists to access downtown from the North. This project will remake the busy 12th Street entry route into

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Turner Mills Master Plan and Entitlement

The Perfect Mix for a Mixed-Use Community The Turner Mills site is a 35-acre greyfield surrounded by a variety of land uses and bordered by Highway 40 at the south end. The vision for the site is a high-quality mixed-use

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Turner Mills Master Plan and Entitlement

The Perfect Mix for a Mixed-Use Community The Turner Mills site is a 35-acre greyfield surrounded by a variety of land uses and bordered by Highway 40 at the south end. The vision for the site is a high-quality mixed-use

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The Mix at Rivers Edge Redevelopment Master Plan

A Redeveloped and Carefully Curated Mixed-Use Development The Mix is a redevelopment project in Provo, Utah that is transforming a failing 30-acre suburban strip mall into a vibrant urban mixed-use development. The project includes 293 market-rate multifamily units, 300,000 square

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The Mix at Rivers Edge Redevelopment Master Plan

A Redeveloped and Carefully Curated Mixed-Use Development The Mix is a redevelopment project in Provo, Utah that is transforming a failing 30-acre suburban strip mall into a vibrant urban mixed-use development. The project includes 293 market-rate multifamily units, 300,000 square

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The Mix at Rivers Edge Redevelopment Master Plan

A Redeveloped and Carefully Curated Mixed-Use Development The Mix is a redevelopment project in Provo, Utah that is transforming a failing 30-acre suburban strip mall into a vibrant urban mixed-use development. The project includes 293 market-rate multifamily units, 300,000 square

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American Fork Transit-Oriented Development

TOD Planning for Integrated Future Development The American Fork Commuter Rail Station needed a number of issues addressed in order to maximize the area’s long-term potential as a vibrant area with a mix of uses and a defined sense of

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Glendale-Hyperion Complex of Bridges Improvement Project

Improving Safety and Traffic on Historic Bridge Complex: Psomas provided comprehensive traffic engineering and transportation planning services.

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I-10/Ina Road Traffic Interchange Improvements

$18 Million Saved on CANAMEX Corridor Project Interstate 10 traverses the northwestern and eastern portions of Pima County and is part of the CANAMEX Corridor. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration, identified the

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Christina-Taylor Green Memorial River Park

New River Park along the Cañada del Oro Wash Pima County Regional Flood Control District developed a river park on the east bank of the Cañada del Oro Wash. The park was renamed Christina-Taylor Green Memorial River Park in honor

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North Stockton Railroad Grade Separations

Safer Railroad Crossings and Improved Air Quality The North Stockton Railroad Grade Separations project replaced three railroad crossings with bridges and an undercrossing that accommodate growing traffic and development. Motorists and emergency response vehicles are now able to cross over

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State Route 178/Morning Drive Interchange

Relieving Traffic with a New Interchange in the Central Valley With growing traffic demands in the Bakersfield region, Caltrans District 6, in cooperation with the City of Bakersfield, proposed constructing a new modified partial cloverleaf interchange along SR 178 at

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North Spring Street Bridge Widening

Historic Bridge Spanning the Los Angeles River The Bureau of Engineering retained Psomas to provide the program/project management services including the Value Analysis Study for the widening of the North Spring Street (NSS) Bridge over the Los Angeles River. Psomas

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Lewis Stein Bridge & Road Improvements

Multi-Use Crossings Over Lower Laguna Creek Elk Grove, a suburb in Sacramento County, has experienced significant growth over the past 15 years, particularly within the Laguna community. This project extends Lewis Stein Road to connect Big Horn Boulevard and West

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Cook Riolo Bridge Replacement

Replacing a Deficient 1930’s Bridge The existing 1930’s bridge on Cook Riolo Road that spans Dry Creek in western Placer County was classified as both functionally obsolete and structurally deficient by Caltrans. The new $7.9 million three-span, post-tensioned, box girder

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Interstate 5 Gateway Expansion

Adding Four Lanes over Two Miles The I-5 Gateway Project is the final phase in Orange County’s ambitious freeway improvement program. This four-year project involved increasing the traffic capacity of a two-mile portion of the existing six-lane freeway by adding

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Interstate 15 Core Restoration and Expansion

24-mile Interstate Reconstruction To meet transportation demands through the year 2030, Utah made an important investment to restore and expand the I-15 freeway. The I-15 CORE project is a 24-mile interstate reconstruction project that expanded the freeway by two lanes

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