The Tahoe City Transit Center project is an intermodal transit facility that supports passenger loading of up to six buses at one time. It is the hub for transit operations on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, providing access to pedestrian and bicycle trails to reduce traffic congestion in the area. The project, which received partial funding from the Federal Transit Authority, involved construction of an approximately 1,620-square-foot concrete and steel terminal building with concrete slab-on-grade floors, approximately 36,000 square feet of asphalt concrete pavement, approximately 12,000 square feet of pervious concrete pavement, and an approximately 18,000-square-foot asphalt paved bus loop. Appurtenant construction included a pedestrian/bicycle path, improvements to Highway 89, and underground utilities. Holdrege & Kull provided earthwork observation, materials testing, and special inspection services for earthwork, concrete, reinforcing steel, and structural steel and welding, as well as engineering consultation during project construction.