Yamabe & Horn was recently awarded the 2022 ASCE Region 9 (State of California) and the San Francisco Section Outstanding Small Project of the Year for the Trini’s Park Project in Kerman, CA. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 150,000 members of the civil engineering profession in 177 countries. Founded in 1852, ASCE is the nation’s oldest engineering society. The awards were presented at the Region 9 Annual Awards Banquet in San Diego and San Francisco Section Annual Awards Gala in downtown San Francisco. The Trini’s Park Project also won the Outstanding Small Project of the Year Award from our local Fresno ASCE Branch.
Bringing Trini’s Park to reality was a complete partnership between the community of Kerman and those contracted for this project from inception to the opening of the park. Yamabe and Horn is honored with this project’s award from ASCE Region 9, ASCE San Francisco Section, and the ASCE Fresno Branch. Yamabe & Horn team members Jerry Jones (City Engineer), Derek Lapsley (Project Manager) and Jose Gonzalez (Project Assistant Engineer) attended the Awards Galas’s and have accepted it on behalf of the entire project team and the City of Kerman.
Kerman City Council presenting the ASCE Region 9 (State of California) award for Outstanding Small Project of the Year.
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