Entries by Yamabe & Horn Engineering

Security Improvements for Chowchilla’s Police Department

Shortly after an incident at the Chowchilla Police Department involving a citizen breaking and entering a police vehicle and the discharge of a firearm, Chowchilla City Council ratified Emergency Services Director Order #03-2021, relating to the improvements at the Chowchilla Police Department Site to address safety concerns and authorizing emergency procurement measures. The improvements to […]

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2022 ASCE Small Project of the Year

Yamabe & Horn was recently awarded the 2022 ASCE 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 […]

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Green Legacy Hiroshima Peace Tree Project

In October, 2019, Shinzen Friendship Garden was invited to a meeting with staff members of California Health Sciences University to discuss the Green Legacy Hiroshima Peace Tree Project. Yamabe & Horn Engineering’s co-founder Ronald Yamabe is the current sitting President of the Shinzen Friendship Garden in Fresno. The group was advised that thru a conversation […]

2019 Toys for Tots Drive

Yamabe & Horn once again participated in the Toys for Tots Drive to benefit less fortunate children in the community. Each year from Mid-November through Mid-December, the Fresno Younger Member Forum (YMF) of ASCE coordinates the distribution of Toys for Tots boxes to engineering companies in the Fresno Area. Local companies and YMF members are […]

Yamabe & Horn Named Runner-Up as Best Engineering Firm

We are proud to announce that Yamabe & Horn have been named runner-up in this year’s Business Journal “Best Engineering Firm” category. Our mention in the “Best of Central Valley Business” issue illustrates our continued focus on improving and strengthening the Central Valley in both private and municipal engineering projects.  With over 35 years of […]

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Kern County Fire Station 58

The Y&H team has enjoyed working with the Kern County staff on the newest Station for the Kern County Fire Department.  The County held a Ribbon Cutting ceremony this month to celebrate.  More information on the station can be seen on the Tulare County News site.  Y&H provided general civil engineering, mountain hydrology calculations, storm runoff hydraulics, […]