La Mesa – A 100,000 plus sq. foot facility, the Storquest state of the art self storage is more like luxurious office building in it’s appearance and will be a prominent feature from the freeway. The existing 2+ acre site is being planned for demolition in the upcoming months. The redeveloped self storage facility will use bio-detention basins for meeting the State and local drainage and water quality measures. The site is also adjacent to the I-8 freeway, so plans also need to be processed with CALTRANS for ultimate plan approval. Read More
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Escondido – This site is being considered for demolition and in its place, a new Taco Bell building site layout featuring improved parking and drive-through traffic flow, along with a new office building is being proposed. A new grading plan showing required onsite and offsite grading/improvements was prepared and plans are now being processed with the City of Escondido. Bio-retention planting and Filterra flow-through planters have also been proposed for water quality measures that comply with local and state requirements.
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San Marcos – This commercial site of a former gas station is being converted into a drive-thru Sonic fast food property. Careful thought went into making sure all ADD requirements were met and sufficient parking was created in anticipation of more traffic and people frequenting a busy restaurant. Drainage is being directed into proposed landscaped areas to clean the water before it leaves the site. Currently, a discretionary site plan review and and construction documents are being processed for this project. Read More
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Del Mar – This unique 20+ Acre parcel is being developed for commercial equestrian use and training facilities. The use of large tiered retaining walls will help increase the usable portion of land for horse barns, rings and other equestrian uses. Challenges included an existing onsite blue-line stream and mapped floodplain which required several large detention/de-silting basins to be designed before storm-runoff was released into the natural stream. Read More

4 Plus acre site in Chula Vista. A marijana grow facility is being proposed (largest in San Diego) with 4 warehouses and a large parking area in case future use requires industrial/commercial use. Landscaped areas and underground storage chambers are being used for storm drain runoff control.The site design has to accomodate fire turning radius throughout the property. This project also required a conditional use permit. Read More