Building on successful relationships with the City of Soledad, Fort Hunter Liggett, Camp Roberts, and a handful of private developers, we opened this office as our commitment to continually improve our service to them. Our hope is to expand our services to other municipal and private clients along the Central Coast, duplicating the successful client partnerships we've had since 1979 in the Central Valley.
Whether you’re based in Watsonville or San Luis Obispo, or if you have a simple surveying project or comprehensive water distribution system that needs significant improvement, we want to become your go-to resource across San Luis Obispo, Monterey, and Santa Cruz counties.
To serve our Central Coast clients, the following team has been assembled due to their successful management and implementation of many projects in the area. They have support from the entire Yamabe & Horn organization given our streamlined communications and project management systems that are securely accessible from any location in California. Feel free to check out our complete scope of services here to see how we can serve many of your engineering needs.
Brandon provides project guidance for residential, agricultural, and military projects while overseeing the Municipal Engineering services provided by Y&H.
Ryan serves as Yamabe & Horn’s Branch Civil Engineer and main contact and is dedicated to the design and construction oversight for all Municipal client projects.
Yohanes specializes in Traffic Engineering and handles the planning, design, and preparation of construction documents for traffic and transportation infrastructure improvements.
Randall has been serving the Central Coast for over 20 years as a surveyor, so he brings significant experience to our team to handle the unique processes San Luis Obispo and Monterey Counties have.
Project Origin Front Street from Hector de la Rosa Street to Nestles Road was the old Highway 101 through the City of Soledad, constructed out of concrete. As the segment of the highway was relinquished to the City and converted into the primary business route, layers of asphalt concrete were overlaid on top of the […]
Project Origin Camp Roberts is divided by the Nacimiento River, with the operations facilities and housing located to the south, and the training ranges on the north. The primary bridge to cross the river is the high-water-bridge and is the shortest path between the training ranges and the facilities on the south. In 2009, the high-water-bridge […]