California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (California JPIA) member, the City of Arroyo Grande, in partnership with the Arroyo Grande Valley Kiwanis Club, recently opened the Kiwanis Inclusive Playground. The playground, formerly known as Elm Street Park Playground, the first of its kind in the nation, incorporates four of the five National Demonstration Site (NDS) designations.
Civiltec delivered design plans and specifications for the construction of 12,000 square feet of 5-foot sidewalk, 2,100 linear feet of curb and gutter improvements, 4 curb ramps, drainage improvements, asphalt repair, and chip seal for the Town of Dewey-Humboldt.
Civiltec delivered an updated Water Master Plan (WMP) for the City of La Verne’s water system, enabling the City to continue planning for the future and implement orderly improvements to the water system while providing residents with ongoing efficient, reliable drinking water service.
Civiltec Staff Engineer Alec Escamilla has earned his Engineer in Training (EIT) certificate upon successfully completing the examination process in March 2021. An important step towards earning a Professional Engineer (PE) license, the EIT certification demonstrates command of the material tested on the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam.
Puente Basin Water Agency engaged Civiltec for preliminary design, equipping plans and construction support services for a new well to produce water from the Pomona Basin. The new Durward Well will help maximize the groundwater basin’s production and reduce the local dependency on imported potable water supply.
San Antonio Water Company (SAWC) engaged Civiltec Engineering, Inc. to provide plans, specifications and construction management services for a roof rehabilitation project at their Reservoir No. 7 service building.
The City of Brea has seen a broad increase in development and economic activity over the last two decades, raising the need for an updated Water Master Plan to address and accommodate future growth and demand on the CIty’s water system. The City contracted with Civiltec in 2019 to assess the current system and develop an updated Master Plan.