Holdrege & Kull acted as liaison between the California Department of Fish and Game, California Regional Water Quality Control Board, and Nevada Irrigation District following overtopping of a water supply canal, which caused sedimentation in the river below.
The US Bureau of Reclamation’s Wildcat Dam Removal project was part of the Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project.
Holdrege & Kull performed a geotechnical investigation, prepared a storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP), and provided materials testing and special inspection services for construction of this facility.
Airport Projects – Holdrege & Kull has provided a variety of geotechnical, materials testing, and special inspection services on numerous airport projects throughout northern California since 1993.
Truckee High School was originally constructed in the 1950s and has undergone numerous renovations. The site contains a main campus, sand and gravel running track, several outbuildings, athletic fields, and an asphalt-paved access road and parking lots.
The Truckee campus project involved developing portions of a 70-acre, previously undeveloped property into a college campus consisting of lecture halls, classrooms, laboratories, learning resource centers, student service facilities, administrative offices, and housing.
Holdrege & Kull provided environmental engineering, seismic hazard evaluation, geotechnical investigation and design, and construction quality assurance services during both Phase I of the expansion, completed in 2009, and Phase II of the expansion, completed in 2011.
Holdrege & Kull provided geotechnical design, construction materials testing, and special inspection during the construction of the new Lincoln Hall dining and gymnasium building and the new fitness lab building at Chico High School. The two projects were performed concurrently.
Holdrege & Kull provided environmental engineering services for the Butte Community College (BCC) Phase III Solar project on the main campus in Oroville. The project consisted of multiple solar array construction areas within the BCC campus.
The purpose of this project was to alleviate unsafe pedestrian and bicycle access to a local middle school. The existing alignment was characterized by narrow traffic lanes, rock outcroppings along the street boundaries, and private parcels that extended into the city right-of-way.
In 2007 an initial study was prepared by the city of Grass Valley to improve the intersection of East Main Street and Idaho-Maryland Road. A solution was needed that would improve operations of the intersection and freeway, which were operating at an unacceptable Level of Service (LOS).
Holdrege & Kull provided geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) development and monitoring, and earthwork observation and special inspection services for the Boreal Mountain Resort Woodward Tahoe Freestyle Training Center.
Holdrege & Kull performed a geotechnical investigation to evaluate site-specific soil characteristics and infiltration rates used in the design of proposed infiltration basins in Tahoe Vista, CA.
H&K is currently providing a Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Developer (QSD) and Practitioner (QSP) to conduct site inspections and reporting during construction of the Landfill Gas to Energy Facility at the Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility located 8 miles south of Chico, CA.
Holdrege & Kull provided construction quality assurance (CQA) engineering services on three separate projects involving final cover construction and base liner construction at the landfill between 2004 and 2007.
McCourtney Road Landfill is founded in an extremely complex geologic and hydrogeologic region of the Sierra Nevada Foothills. Holdrege & Kull has performed a wide variety of tasks at this landfill for the County of Nevada.
Holdrege & Kull prepared a conceptual site model (CSM) to assess the sources and extent of a contaminant plume emanating from the landfill property. Total Running Time = 8′ – 5″
H&K provided environmental, geotechnical and construction quality assurance services for this Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) project. Work included a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment to identify known or suspected environmental conditions at or near the site.
The Chapa De Indian Health Program has provided medical and dental services to Native Americans throughout northern California since the early 1970s.
Holdrege & Kull provided geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, special inspection, and materials testing services for the Placer County Department of Facility Services during construction of this 97,400 s.f. facility.
Holdrege & Kull performed construction quality assurance during grading for this project, which consisted of a 25,845 s.f., single story, tiered, concrete masonry unit building; cut and fill up to 18 feet; underground utilities; and concrete flatwork and asphalt paving.
Holdrege & Kull provided storm water monitoring and sampling services for Placer County Department of Facility Services during demolition of eight 1940s era structures.
This project for Placer County Department of Facility Services involved the removal and replacement of approximately 20,000 cubic yards of loose fill, characterization and disposal of approximately 1,500 cubic yards of hydrocarbon-impacted soil, construction of a roughly 129,000 s.f. justice center and ancillary building, grading of roughly 250,000 square feet of paved parking area, and construction of associated underground utilities and roadway improvements.
The double-track State Route 89 “Mousehole,” originally an early 1900s rock and stone arched opening, allows traffic to pass beneath the historic Central Pacific Railroad.
As the geotechnical engineer for the County of Alpine, H&K provided geotechnical engineering and environmental services in remote areas of the county.
Holdrege & Kull performed a geotechnical subsurface investigation and provided engineering design recommendations for this bridge replacement project.