Mission Valley – This planned urban development has existed for 40 years, however, over time, irrigation lines have been mixed in with domestic water lines and the associated water fees have been a big expense. Our task was to show a new water design that would isolate irrigation lines from domestic water lines and upgrade the overall existing water system to current standards. Ultimately, this will save the Association considerable money in the long run by reducing the city water/sewer fees that currently exist. Extensive coordination with the City Water Department was needed due to the waterline complexity and size of the “Friars Village” apartment units.

Little Italy – A downtown San Diego site in the Little Italy district where an existing building is being converted into a restaurant. New curb, gutter, sidewalk and waterline improvements were required. Plans for gas and electric lines were also upgraded and tied further down on India Street, requiring extensive re-routing of traffic. All construction plans were processed with City of San Diego for permit purposes.
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Hillcrest – Both parcels were developed with new restaurants onsite and required street frontage and back alley improvements, including new curb, gutter, sidewalk and tree planters. ADA (handicap) standards were complied with for the project frontage and 2 new water laterals and meters were designed along with fire service laterals to the new structures. Read More

This project required over a 1/4 mile of improvements to the existing roads to bring private roads to current county standards. Work included drainage design and water quality studies to meet the State of California’s Clean Water Act. Read More

This 20 acre rural Parcel in Jamul required almost 1/2 mile of driveway/road improvements and grading to get to the desired house pad. To minimize the amount of earthwork, the design of the road followed the natural ridge line as much as possible. All required offsite easements were created and recorded for legal access to the property and pad. Read More