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Andregg attends forum for potential contractors and subcontractors for High Speed Rail Project
Andregg joined about 1,000 companies looking to take part in the massive high-speed rail project meet at the L.A. Convention Center. Officials urge them to contact legislators and tout the project's economic benefits.
PCWA inks $3.3 million in consultant contracts for Middle Fork relicensing
With the $30 million Middle Fork American River Project FERC relicensing effort nearing the homestretch, the Placer County Water Agency has re-hired a half-dozen consultants to help it reach its 2013 goals.
The water agency is teaming with Placer County to renew a 50-year license with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by early 2013. Earlier this month, the agency’s board approved contracts totaling $3.3 million with six firms to continue consulting services in 2011 to augment the agency staff’s own relicensing efforts.
The largest contract is for $2.19 million with CARDNO Entrix and will involve relicensing project management and environmental services.
The other contractors are ECORP Consulting, Rainwater & Associates, Davis Consulting Earth Scientists, Thomas Johnson LLC and AndreggGeomatics.
For 65 years, we've been pioneers in land surveying and mapping.
We'd like to thank all of our past, present and future clients for our continued growth and success.
2010 TOP 25 Engineering Companies Sacramento Business Journal Book of Lists
AndreggGeomatics continues to grow despite industry challenges. Andregg ranked 23 on the Sacramento Business Journal's top 2010 list of Engineering Companies in the Sacramento Region. We continue to be the only firm on the list focused strictly on Land Surveying and Mapping. This growth is attributed to our client's confidence and our staff's commitment. This distinguished milestone will encourage our firm to stay focused on meeting client expectations. We will continue to build our future by investing in our staff, supporting our clients, and always remembering to take their position ... precisely.
AndreggGeomatics delivers consistent long-term value on Sacramento's"Big Build" through an integrated approach.
Known locally as "The Big Build," Sacramento County Airport's Central Terminal B project is easily the largest capital improvement project now underway in Sacramento. Expected to be completed in 2012, the $1.3-billion project includes a new central terminal (and the demolishing of "Terminal B," considered antiquated), a new automated people mover (APM), new parking lots and access roads, and dozens of significant, albeit less showy, improvements to runways, taxiways, a 21-gate concourse and support areas.
AndreggGeomatics, a surveying and mapping firm based in Auburn, Calif., has been working on the site since 2006, beginning with control, topographic and design surveys, and continuing with staking and as-built surveys. The firm has also provided perimeter control points for machine-controlled grading. In that time, the project crews have learned a lot about airfield security protocols, taxiway safety procedures and other peculiarities of airport work. They’ve also developed new techniques and workflows that help crews work efficiently in a highly controlled environment.
AndreggGeomatics selected for 5th Street Bridge Constructions at the Railyards
Numerous local firms, including AndreggGeomatics, have been selected to construct and manage the 5th Street bridge project at the downtown Sacramento Railyards. The 244-acre Railyards redevelopment project is located in downtown Sacramento, and is the historic site of the western terminus of the transcontinental railroad. The Railyards is a public-private partnership between Thomas Enterprises, Inc., the City of Sacramento, the State of California and the United States government.
Please see attached press release for more information.
AndreggGeomatics Selected to Provide Survey Services Contract to Construct Newest LAX Bradley West Terminal
AndreggGeomatics was recently selected as the surveying and mapping firm team member to provide surveying services for the new, $1.2 Billion, 1.5 million square-foot Bradley West International Terminal project at Los Angeles International Airport. The new terminal will include 9 new gates that will handle large commercial airlines along with new concourse and passenger boarding areas. Construction will start in early 2010. Two of the gates are scheduled to open in early 2012. The project team for the Bradley West Terminal includes joint venture partners Walsh- Austin and Fentress Architects as the designer. The overall project is expected to be completed by mid-2013. Airport officials estimate that the project will employ about 4,000 construction workers. Andregg has opened a field office in Los Angeles to support the LAX project.
Andregg is Design-Build Team Member for the Sacramento Regional Transit Green Line Extension
AndreggGeomatics is providing survey support for the Regional Transit Green Line Extension, the first stretch of the downtown to Sacramento airport line. The survey tasks for this design build project include design surveys and construction staking near the historic Railyards Transcontinental Hub. Two Stations is included in this first phase scheduled for revenue service in late 2010.
The Big Build - Sacramento International Airport Terminal Modernization
In 2008 Sacramento County Airport System began construction on the Central Terminal B project, referred to as The Big Build at Sacramento International Airport. The $1.3 billion project is the largest capital improvement project in Sacramento County.
AndreggGeomatics provided all Geomatic functions for the project design beginning in 2006 through the current 3-year construction-staking phase of the project. AndreggGeomatics’ detailed surveying and mapping deliverables during the design phase proved instrumental to advancing the start-up of the construction phase.
Andregg wins award from American Council of Engineering Companies
AndreggGeomatics received a 2009 Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of California.
The award recognizes the company’s work on the American River Pump Station and Restoration project, which provides PCWA with the year-round access to its water entitlements from the American River. The Project consisted of constructing a diversion/intake structure, and a pump station. The diversion/intake structure diverts water into a pump chamber where it is then pumped uphill to the Auburn Ravine tunnel. The new station enables PCWA to pump as much as 35,500 acre-feet of water each year, increasing the agency's capacity for water service to the western portion of Placer County by more than 160 percent.
The award was received at the annual awards banquet on February 10 in Sacramento, CA.
California Department of Water Resources Central Valley Flood Evaluation Project (CVFED)
AndreggGeomatics is a key member of the AEC team provided 300 first order survey control points and monuments for the Orthophotography and LiDAR mapping of over 2,000 square miles of the central California valley for flood studies. In addition, AndreggGeomatics provided GPS base stations for Airborne LiDAR data acquisition and performed over 600 QA/QC surveys for LiDAR calibration and quality control.
The Central Valley Floodplain Evaluation and Delineation (CVFED) Program is one of several programs within the FloodSAFE Initiative.
The CVFED Program has multiple goals, including improving the quality and accuracy of flood hazard data and mapping available to local communities. The program is developing new topographic data and updating hydrologic and hydraulic data and models, which will be used to better understand the risk of flooding in the Central Valley and to support evaluation and design of potential actions and projects to help manage the risk.
AndreggGeomatics - TOP 25 ENGINEERING - Sacramento Business Journal - Book of Lists
Andregg ranked 19 on the Sacramento Business Journal's top 25 list of Engineering Companies in the Sacramento Region. We continue to be the only firm on the list focused strictly on Land Surveying and Mapping. This growth is attributed to our client’s confidence and our staff’s commitment. This distinguished milestone will encourage our firm to stay focused on meeting client expectations. We will continue to build our future by investing in our staff, supporting our clients, and always remembering to take their position … precisely.
2008 ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE AWARD - AndreggGeomatics receives Honor Award
AndreggGeomatics has been selected to receive the Honor Award for Engineering Excellence Award for 2008 by the Consulting Engineers and Land Surveyors of California (CELSOC) association for the Surveying and Mapping Technology category. The award highlights Andregg's contribution to the I-580/I-880 Oakland Maze Collapse earlier this year.
AndreggGeomatics was selected by C.C. Myers to provide quick-response surveying services for this emergency project. The project afforded Andregg the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to be creative, evaluate a problem situation, develop a creative solution, and exceed client expectations. Andregg deployed the use of Trimble S6 robotic total station and a High Definition Scanner with a short time frame to retrieve critical survey measurements to fabricate steel girders and layout for the precast concrete bent-cap.
The Oakland Maze Collapse showed the impossible could be achieved and 26 days later a critical arterial was reopened for traffic. Andregg Team members included: Mark Bardakjian, PLS, Jonathan DePuy, Neal Dickey, PLS, Michael Farrauto, LSIT, Daren Hatch, Tom Holmberg, PLS, Barney Olsen and Dana Remington, LSIT.
Andregg CALLED TO ACTION! I-80/I-580 OAKLAND MAZE COLLAPSE
On Monday, May 7, 2007, C.C. Myers, Inc. won the contract to reconstruct the damaged I-80/I-580 connecter at the MacArthur Maze interchange in Oakland, California near the San Francisco Bay Bridge. AndreggGeomatics received a call from Mr. CC Myers at 10:00 AM the following morning to provide as-built surveys for the elevated slabs of the collapsed connector. Within an hour of the phone call, Andregg's staff was mobilized to the jobsite in Oakland, California and included field crew from our Auburn, CA and Reno, NV offices.
Our staff worked until the early morning hours processing field data to create Computer Aided Design (CAD) deliverables for the steel fabricators. AndreggGeomatics also used High Definition Survey (HDS) equipment to take 3D laser scanning of the site.
These as-built surveys were used to measure existing conditions of the ramp, concrete decks, and columns. Using the survey measurements, fabricators were able to construct the 55-ft long ‘bent cap’, which is the concrete beam that goes across the existing columns. This beam was lifted into place on Tuesday, May 15th, and weighs 243,750-pounds. The survey measurements were also used to fabricate the sixteen girders, which hold up the concrete deck.
This project is the result of the deck collapsed caused by an overturned fuel tanker in the early morning hours on April 29, 2007. The traffic accident occurred on the southbound I-80 to I-880 connector resulting in intense fire, heat and destruction to the eastbound I-80 to eastbound I-580 connector and portions of the southbound I-80 to I-880 connector and nearby roadways. This event caused closures of highways and roadways, traffic congestion, impacted the local and statewide economy, and impaired movement of goods and services.
AndreggGeomatics continues to provide solutions throughout the West by utilizing local talent, meeting client expectations and…in the end, doing whatever it takes to get the job done. This is how our mantra, “We take your position precisely!” continues to ring true to our clients.