MNS along with team members PGH Wong Engineering, Inc., AECOM, Ghirardelli Associates, and Stacy and Witbeck, Inc./Amaroso/MRS Joint Venture are the 2019 recipients of the prestigious ACEC California Engineering Excellence Honor Award for the eBART to Antioch: East Contra Costa Extension Project in the Transportation category. The 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards competition recognizes engineering and land surveying firms for projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement, and value. [ read more… ]
MNS Engineers, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Tyler Hunt, PE, QSD, Supervising Engineer to the Water Resources Design Team. In this role, Tyler will lead strategic growth initiatives for the Water Resources team in the Central Coast and greater Los Angeles areas.
“We are pleased to welcome Tyler to our growing Water Resources group. His substantial experience with water and wastewater treatment, low-impact development, and municipal infrastructure projects will immediately benefit the company’s water resources clients,” said Jim Salvito, President and CEO.
The Elkhorn Road Emergency Storm Damage Repair Project in Monterey County wins a National American Public Works Association (APWA) Project of the Year Award for Disaster/Emergency Construction/Repair projects less than $5 Million. Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge, California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 5, wins a National American Public Works Association (APWA) Project of the Year Award for Disaster/Emergency Construction/Repair projects over $5 Million but less than $25 Million.
Elkhorn Road Emergency Storm Damage Repair: Winter storms battered the Central Coast of California in January and February of 2017. In February, cyclone force winds ripped through the Monterey-Salinas area, shredding trees, blocking lanes of Highway 101, and wreaking havoc throughout the County. This new winter storm added a new vocabulary word to area residents: bombogenesis. This rare occurrence of a bombogenesis is a mid-latitude cyclone that drops in surface barometric pressure by 24 or more millibars in a 24-hour period, which means intense downpours along with extremely strong winds battering the area. [ read more… ]
MNS Engineers, Inc. (MNS) is pleased to announce the acquisition of S&C Engineers, Inc. (S&C). S&C, headquartered in Oakland, California, has provided professional program management and construction management services throughout the Bay Area for over 18 years. S&C specializes in managing transportation construction projects including rail, transit, intermodal, ITS/Smart Corridors, highway, bridge, and seismic retrofit. Since the company’s inception in 2000, S&C has completed over 100 construction projects totaling over $1.5B in infrastructure improvements in the state of California.
Westlake Village, CA- MNS Engineers, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Chris Vandrey, Principal Surveyor, to the Survey Team! Mr. Vandrey will be working out of the Westlake Village Office and serving the greater Los Angeles area.
The MNS Survey team is actively overseeing construction staking of the Newhall Ranch Road Bridge Widening in the City of Santa Clarita, which will improve traffic and pedestrian safety. The bridge, which lies 0.25 miles west of McBean Parkway and is built over the San Francisquito Creek, will be widened to four lanes in each direction.
MNS is excited to provide design and engineering services to the City of Goleta and the City of Diamond Bar on their upcoming streetscape improvement projects! These projects will preserve and enhance the quality of life, support local economic vitality, and strengthen public infrastructure within their communities. The MNS Transportation design team has a strong resume of providing successful streetscape services to many clients and agencies. [ read more… ]
This project will transform the City’s core business center into a revitalized, pedestrian friendly area. The project reduces traffic lanes between Del Monte and Fremont Boulevard from four to two lanes, making way for wider and more accessible sidewalks. These new sidewalks will calm traffic and provide key beatification features to the corridor with their wide walkways, new pedestrian lighting, and lighted palm trees. Also included in the project scope is the construction of four large storm drainage water retention structures under the roadway to store and infiltrate run off from the street. [ read more… ]