MNS Welcomes New Regional Senior Construction Manager

Westlake Village, CA- MNS Engineers, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Cal Zachman, Regional Senior Construction Manager! Cal joins our Southern California Construction Management team and will be working out of the Westlake Village office.

Mr. Zachman brings over 25 years of experience in the construction industry as a Resident Engineer and Structures Representative, supervising engineering teams in the delivery of numerous transportation infrastructure projects throughout California. Cal’s construction experience includes working on new and existing interchanges and bridges, highway realignments, widenings, retrofits of concrete and steel structures, reconstruction, and emergency bridge repair/replacements, and much more. Most recently, he was the Resident Engineer/Structures Representative for the La Loma Road Bridge Seismic Retrofit and Reconstruction in the City of Pasadena. Cal will be leading MNS’ continued commitment of providing exceptional construction management services into the Los Angeles region and is currently supporting a Caltrans On-Call contract.

Mr. Zachman received his BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota. He has his California Professional Civil Engineer License and is a Qualified SWPPP Developer and Practitioner. In addition, Cal is a long-time member of the American Public Works Association (APWA) and a City and County Engineers Association member.

“MNS is pleased to welcome Cal to the CM team! His experience and knowledge makes him a valuable asset to the firm and is integral to our continued growth and expansion in Southern California,” said Greg Chelini, Vice President, Construction Management.



MNS Engineers, Inc., is a multi-service infrastructure consulting firm, specializing in construction management, civil engineering, and land surveying services. The company has served the transportation, water resources, government services, and federal markets since 1962, and prides itself on making a positive difference to California communities every day.