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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Union Station Master Plan

Historic Train Station to Become a Destination Psomas is providing civil design, infrastructure, and entitlement support to the international design team for the creation of a master plan for the historic Union Station and its surrounding 40 acres. This plan

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Linda Vista Reservoir & Pump Station

Replacement of Aging Vital Infrastructure The Linda Vista complex is a vital domestic water storage and pumping facility in the City of Anaheim. It includes a 4 MG partially-buried water storage tank and a 22,600 GPM, dual-zone booster pumping station.

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State Route 91 Corridor Improvement

Improving SR-91 Through Corona The Riverside County Transportation Commission’s (RCTC) State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project will construct a number of new lanes and segments through Corona, California. Improvements include: Two tolled express lanes and a general purpose lane from the

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West County Connectors

Seamless HOV Connection The West County Connectors Project was initiated by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and Caltrans to link HOV (carpool) lanes on the San Diego Freeway (I-405), the Garden Grove Freeway (SR-22) and San Gabriel River Freeway

Santa Anita Oak Woodland

Hundreds of Years of Ecology Now The Oak Woodland Habitat Revegetation/Mitigation Program, which Psomas prepared and is implementing, is transforming a lifeless sediment placement site into a valuable wildlife habitat. More than 100 species of native plants and seeds for

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Whitney Ranch Parkway/Hwy 65 Interchange

Psomas is providing various construction management services for this new interchange serving the Whitney Ranch community.

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Kentucky Avenue

Complete Streets Transformation Originally designed to handle modest farming and industrial traffic, Kentucky Avenue has become a busier corridor in recent years, handling more business and residential traffic along with the continued growth of agricultural and trucking traffic. To meet

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Enterprise GIS Implementation

5-Year-Horizon GIS Implementation Plan For over a decade the El Dorado Irrigation District (EID) had been using GIS technology to organize and manage infrastructure information. However progress towards building GIS databases integrated with key systems, such as CMMS and CIS

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Galt Tertiary Wastewater Treatment Plant

Modifying Treatment Plant to Meet RWQCB Discharge Requirements The City of Galt had to modify their wastewater treatment plant to meet Regional Water Quality Control Board requirements for year-round discharge. To eliminate the use of chlorination for disinfection, this project

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Twin Cities Road Roundabouts at State Route 99

Replacing Interchange with Roundabouts to Improve Traffic Flow The City of Galt’s Twin Cities Road Interchange on SR 99 has seen major traffic growth over the past several years. To keep traffic flowing better both for travelers getting on and

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West Bench Master Plan

Visioning for the 100-year Plan In 2001 Kennecott Land initiated a large-scale planning effort for the 93,000-acre Kennecott Utah Copper land holding in Salt Lake and Tooele Counties. At that time the newly formed Kennecott Land was tasked with trying

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Legacy Farms Master Plan

Form-Based Code for a Vibrant New Community Legacy Farms is a vibrant addition to Saratoga Springs, offering consumers nine new product lines, including an age-restricted active adult neighborhood. The master plan contains an extensive open space network complete with themed

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Farmington Greens

Traditional and Comprehensive Neighborhood Development This 98-acre development combines a conservation-oriented subdivision with traditional neighborhood design resulting in 176 residential units, a three-acre city park, community greens, neighborhood retail, a church, trail system, and 23 acres of preserved open space.

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Mack Urban Site 4 – South Park

Under-Utilized Lots Transformed Into Large Mixed-Use Projects Contributing to the growing activity in the South Park neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles, Mack Urban will transform under-utilized lots into large mixed-use projects with residential, neighborhood-serving retail, and hotel uses. Providing multiple

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Coronado Roundabout Improvements

Upgrading a Complicated Roundabout The oversized and unusually configured intersection of Pomona Avenue, 7th Street, and Adella Avenue required updates to improve safety and improve resident access. Located along a heavily traveled road, it is adjacent to a public park,

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Fullerton Transportation Center Specific Plan

EIR for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) in Fullerton The Fullerton Transportation Center (FTC) Specific Plan was prepared to create a sustainable, transit-oriented neighborhood. Through redevelopment near the City’s Central Business District, the FTC Specific Plan aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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UCLA Athletic Facilities

Environmental Documents for NCAA Facilities BonTerra Psomas has completed several environmental documents for projects which enhance the athletics program at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Projects completed include: Pauley Pavilion Renovation and Expansion, Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND)

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Pipeline Safety Enhancement Plan

Psomas is providing surveying services for Sempra Utilities’ 24k sq mile service territory for their Pipeline Safety Enhancement Plan (PSEP).

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University of Southern California

Various Surveying Support Services for Over 15 Years Located near downtown Los Angeles, California, University of Southern California (USC) is California’s oldest private research university covering close to 230 acres. For over 15 years, Psomas has been providing surveying support services

Rory Shaw Wetlands Park

Psomas is the prime consultant to transform a former 46-acre landfill into a multi-purpose stormwater management facility. Recently awarded Envision Platinum by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure, it serves a multitude of purposes: flood control, stormwater treatment, groundwater recharge, nature preserve, and active park.

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Port of Long Beach On-Call Survey Services

Capital Improvement Program Support Psomas has provided continuous on-call survey services over the past several years to the Port of Long Beach in support of their ongoing capital improvement program. Psomas’ field and office staff have worked as an extension

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Pelican Industrial Site

Environmental Impact Report and Supporting Technical Analyses This project involves the construction and operation of up to 600,000 gross square feet (gsf) of light industrial warehouse uses in two buildings on approximately 37.5 acres (including on-site and off-site areas) located

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ExxonMobil M70 Pipeline Relocation

I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvement Project The goal of the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements project was to add a 10-mile long vehicle lane to the I-405. To accommodate the highway’s construction, the ExxonMobil M-70 pipeline needed to be relocated. This was

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Devore Interchange Design-Build Project

Goods Movement Improvement Located at the base of the Cajon Pass in the San Bernardino Mountains, the Interstate 15/Interstate 215 junction is considered one of the worst grade-related bottlenecks in the U.S. It experiences 1,200 daily vehicle hours of delay

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Emergency Surveys on Interstate 880

Failing Pavement on Busy San Francisco Bay Area Freeway Failing pavement and ingress/egress issues along one of the busiest freeways in the San Francisco Bay area necessitated emergency repairs. Caltrans District 4 retained Psomas, who has the resources including the

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Yerba Buena Island Tunnel

Mobile Laser Scanning for Tunnel off of Bay Bridge Caltrans District 4 needed Mobile Terrestrial Laser Scanning (MTLS) of several fast-track projects including the Yerba Buena Island Tunnel that is accessed via the San Francisco Bay Bridge. The tunnel is

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PG&E On-Call Contract

Pipeline Safety Enhancement Plan (PSEP) Surveys and Mapping for Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)

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Caltrans District 4 On-Call Survey Contract

Multi-year Contract for Caltrans District 4: Psomas has provided field and office support services throughout nine Bay Area counties for several years.

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