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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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Enterprise GIS and Asset Management Strategic Plan

The City of Santa Ana is a long-time user of GIS technology with an emphasis in using GIS for managing public works assets.

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Asset Management Requirements and Plan

With over 40 jurisdictions in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties, they joined forces to improve the information consistency and help local jurisdictions comply with the regulatory requirements by using GIS.

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Two-County Clean Water Program

With over 40 jurisdictions in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties, they joined forces to improve the information consistency and help local jurisdictions comply with the regulatory requirements by using GIS.

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Los Angeles Sidewalk Repair Program (SRP)

The City of Los Angeles is embarking on a comprehensive Safe Sidewalk Program to enhance the inspection, repair, and replacement of sidewalks.

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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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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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Santa Cruz River Drone Surveys

Riverbed Maintenance and Restoration using Drones The Pima County Regional Flood Control District is committed to riverbed maintenance and restoration for the Santa Cruz River. During the latest debris removal effort, the county had to recompact the river bed, causing

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Yosemite Avenue – Main Street to Cottage

Yosemite Avenue is a busy arterial road in downtown Manteca whose pavement is in poor condition with signs of surface cracking and pavement depressions. Consisting of two and four lane segments between Main Street and Cottage Drive, the project involves resurfacing and/or reconstruction including lane restriping, installation of new traffic loops, road striping, and ADA sidewalk improvements.

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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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Oak Street Roundabout

Improving Auto and Pedestrian Safety Traffic accidents at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Oak Street were three times the expected rate for this type of intersection. As part of the City’s plans to revitalize downtown, a roundabout was constructed

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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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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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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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The Mix at Rivers Edge Redevelopment Master Plan

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 feet of class A office, a 124-key luxury hotel, and 105,000 square feet of retail space.

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Riverton 12600 South Small Area Plan

A Detail-Oriented Downtown for the City of Riverton With increasing regional commercial competition and the rapid sprawl-like growth of the 12600 South and Redwood Road area, known as the heart of Riverton, it was struggling to find identity and continuity.

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Wasatch County North Village Overlay District Form-Based Code

Streamlined Development Process through Form-Based Code Wasatch County’s code was extremely cumbersome for the planning staff and decision makers to administer. It was also difficult for the development community to embrace because of the up-front engineering costs required in the

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Mt. San Antonio College Parking and Circulation Master Plan

Drone data used for a Campus Parking and Circulation Study of Mt. San Antonio College.

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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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Cabeza Prieta Vehicle Barrier Fence Design-Build

33-Mile Barrier via Design Build The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was the lead agency for this 33-mile border fence/vehicle barrier in the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge along the Arizona-Mexico border. It was designed to keep vehicles from crossing

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Cetis’ Hill Pedestrian Border Fence

Providing Safer Working Conditions for U.S. Border Patrol Psomas provided civil engineering services for this design-build project involving an 18-foot high pedestrian border fence along the U.S. and Mexican borders. The project is located east of the city of Tecate,

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Wilshire Grand Hotel Site Development

Two New High-Rise Towers in Downtown LA The original 60-year-old, 16-story Wilshire Grand Hotel was demolished in 2013 and replaced by the new, mixed-use Wilshire Grand Center. Completed in 2017, the $1 billion, 3.5-acre redevelopment boasts a world-class, 73-story skyscraper

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NAVFAC IDIQ Survey and Mapping Contract

NAVFAC awarded Psomas a five-year on-call contract to provide surveying, mapping, and civil engineering services for various locations.

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Complex of Bridges Traffic Study

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

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Chollas Creek Bike Trail

Active Transportation Corridor Provides Link to Community The last leg of an active transportation corridor, the new Chollas Creek Bike Trail will link communities in south San Diego to larger transportation modes. Funded by California’s Active Transportation Program through grants

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Anaheim Street at Port of Long Beach

Major Arterial Reconstruction at the Port The Port of Long Beach underwent a major expansion due to its dynamic growth in international trade within the Pacific Rim. In an effort to accommodate the increase in container cargo, the Port adopted

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Wilshire Grand Hotel Site Development

Two New High-Rise Towers in Downtown LA The original 60-year-old, 16-story Wilshire Grand Hotel was demolished in 2013 and replaced by the new, mixed-use Wilshire Grand Center. Completed in 2017, the $1 billion, 3.5-acre redevelopment boasts a world-class, 73-story skyscraper

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