Congratulations to the MNS Engineers, Inc. (MNS) Water Resources Engineering Team for winning the project for Los Angeles county-based water utility Suburban Water Systems, to prepare its 2015 Urban Water Management Plan! [ read more… ]
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) has awarded MNS Engineers, Inc. a Merit Award for the Ranchero Road Interchange at I-15, in the 2016 Engineering Excellence Awards. This project was submitted under the Special Projects/Program and Construction Management category. The awards recognize private sector firms for projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement, and value. [ read more… ]
VENTURA, CA—Congratulations to MNS Engineers, Inc. (MNS) for winning the 2016 Project of the Year Award in the Transportation Category with the APWA Ventura County Chapter for the US 101 HOV Widening Project!
This $66M project includes six miles of new high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes for both north and southbound traffic, a new pedestrian undercrossing with direct beach access at La Conchita, four miles of a Class I bicycle path adjacent to the ocean from Rincon to Mussel Shoals, widening of the Bates Road Bridge, new sound walls at Mussel Shoals, highway landscaping at Bates Road and Mussel Shoals, restoration of the Punta Gorda pedestrian undercrossing, and construction of public access parking lot at Punta Gorda. [ read more… ]
Congratulations to the Transportation Engineering Team for winning the Thousand Oaks Boulevard Civic Arts Plaza Streetscape project! This centrally located project will build upon existing enhancements that have occurred through development along the Thousand Oaks Boulevard corridor from Erbes Road to Conejo School Road. [ read more… ]
The American Public Works Association (APWA) Southern California Chapter awarded the MNS Transportation Engineering team a 2015 BEST Award for the Las Flores Canyon Creek Park Improvements in the City of Malibu! MNS won this prestigious award for the Under 50,000 Population division of the Traffic, Mobility & Beautification category. [ read more… ]
Santa Barbara, CA—MNS Engineers is having a very busy 2015. Building on a successful 53 years of providing engineering services for the California Central Coast, MNS expanded its geographic region to serve clientele in both the Northern and Southern California regions. Principal Project Manager, Paul Greenway, PE, joined MNS and leads the Northern California expansion in our Salinas office. Principal Project Manager, Greg Jaquez, PE, joined MNS and opened a Pasadena office. With both offices, MNS is diversifying the Government Services division as well as increasing development opportunities for all MNS markets. [ read more… ]
Greg Chelini and the CM Transportation team will support AECOM for the Caltrans District 7 On-Call Construction Engineering and Construction Inspection and CPM contract for North Los Angeles County. [ read more… ]
MNS’ Water Resources and Construction Management groups are excited to be on the team recently selected for Program Management for the City of Morro Bay. MNS is serving as subconsultant to Michael K Nunley & Associates, who will lead Program Management for the City’s Public Works Department to develop a new Water Reclamation Facility. MNS will support the development of the Recycled Water Program and will provide Construction Management services.
Congratulations to the MNS Transportation Engineering team for their win on the Railroad Avenue Bike Trail project. MNS will provide conceptual design of Railroad Bike Trail from Lyons Avenue to Oakridge Drive. Services include a design concept report, conceptual plans, engineers estimate, and preliminary environmental study. This bike trail will add a multi-modal facility to the Railroad Avenue corridor as part of the City master planning process. [ read more… ]
MNS Engineers was awarded the on-call structures construction inspection services contract for Caltrans District 5 (Structures) for a four year term. Caltrans District 5 stretches through the Counties of Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz.