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Hushmand Associates, Inc.

On September 4, 2010, Darfield Earthquake with a 7.1 magnitude shook city of Christchurch (City) in New Zealand.  The earthquake epicenter was approximately 40 miles west of the City.  The quake caused widespread damage, several power outages, and limited liquefaction around the rivers and waterways.  City of Christchurch was in a relatively seismically quiet zone of New Zealand, which is located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, prior to the recent activities. More »

CH2M HILL

CH2M HILL has been serving Orange County clients since 1974, when we opened our first Southern California office in Newport Beach, California.  Our current location is on Hutton Centre Drive in Santa Ana adjacent to the 405 and 55 freeways.  Over the years CH2M HILL has established its Southern California presence in the transportation, water, environmental, energy, and chemical markets.  Our Orange County successes include some of the county’s major projects and programs including More »

LPA, Inc.Takes Top Honors

Just last month, LPA was named California Design Firm of the Year*, by industry magnate, Engineering News-Record (ENR). According to ENR, LPA raised three spots in this year's Top Design Firms ranking – from No. 20 last year to No. 17 this year – as revenues climbed 11%, to $48.2 million, a notable accomplishment in a still-tough architectural and engineering market. More »

Receives American Public Works Association (APWA) Accreditation

The process for a Public Works department or agency to receive the APWA accreditation is quite rigorous, but very much worth the effort. Why become accredited? This signifies to other public works practitioners that staff has earned the mark of professionalism that indicates the agency has made the commitment to continuous improvement in the delivery of public works operations and services. More »

San Gabriel Trench

With an estimated total project value of $498 million, the 2.2-mile San Gabriel Trench grade separation is the largest project in ACE program, which includes 22 grade separation projects, 14 of which will be in or have completed construction by 2012, and safety upgrades completed at 39 rail crossings. More »

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