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Centennial at Tejon Ranch

EIR for 12,000+ acre New Town Planned to be a model of sustainable development for the 21st century, Centennial at Tejon Ranch is a new 12,000+ acre master-planned community in Los Angeles County. Psomas prepared the EIR that addressed complex

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Mt. San Antonio College Environmental Services

Supporting Campus Improvements for Future Generations This top-ranked community college has several campus improvement programs and plans that Psomas has supported for decades, facilitating an outstanding campus for future generations. Psomas prepared the recently certified EIR and supporting technical studies

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City of Anaheim On-Call Services

Helping to Streamline the City’s Environmental Processes Since 1994 our Environmental Group has assisted the City’s Community Development Department in developing programmatic documents to streamline the City’s environmental processes. Services include facilitating the City’s projects through the entitlement and environmental

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French Valley Parkway Interchange

Project Habitat Mitigation and Monitoring Program To reduce congestion and improve safety, the City of Temecula implemented the French Valley Parkway Interchange Project. The environmental permitting process required the City to prepare a mitigation plan and to establish a habitat

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Magnolia Tank Farm Transformation

Environmental Documentation for Former Oil Storage Facility A former oil storage and pumping facility that once contained three 500,000-barrel tanks is being proposed as a 29-acre mixed-use site. The project is adjacent to Huntington State Beach, and project alternatives include

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Los Angeles County On-Call Environmental Services

Supporting Sustainable Water Supplies and Healthy Watersheds Los Angeles County Department of Public Works provides sustainable water supplies and healthy watersheds while reducing flood risk for more than 10 million people in Los Angeles County. Since 1997 through on-call contracts,

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Metro Purple Line Subway Extension

Improving Mobility for Los Angeles County Residents Metro’s nearly $1 billion, 9-mile Purple Line Subway Extension runs for 2.62 miles in the City of Beverly Hills and involves three stations, including the highly visible Wilshire/Rodeo station. As an extension of

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EchoWater Project

Taking Wastewater Treatment to a New Level New stringent treatment and river discharge (NPDES) requirements from the State of California necessitate upgrades to this wastewater plant built in the 1970’s. Psomas is providing construction management/administration services on the two largest

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Hollywood Boulevard Small Lot Townhomes

Revitalization with 18 Unit Small Lot Subdivision Hollywood has seen a transformation in recent years with new high-rise apartments and hotels, but another trend has been the development of small-lot subdivisions in eastern Hollywood. Psomas processed entitlements to develop an

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Arts District Center

New Mixed-Use Hotel in the Arts District This mixed-use residential/retail/nightlife destination is in the heart of the burgeoning Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles. The project envisions a 113-room hotel and 129-condominiums (including 11% very low income units). The 12-story

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Metropolis

Transformational Downtown Residential High-rise This is the largest mixed-use project to be developed in downtown Los Angeles in decades. Plans and entitlements originally approved for a local developer were updated to include four high-rise towers consisting of the 350-room Indigo

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Central Service Area Recycled Water Expansion Projects

Psomas provided construction management services for projects that provided recycled water in the North Marin Water District.

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Sunnyvale Primary Treatment Facility

Psomas is providing construction management services for the renovation of one of the oldest wastewater treatment plants on the West Coast.

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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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