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  • Del Norte Sewer Trunk

    Project Overview Project Details As Kerman has expanded under Yamabe & Horn’s role as City Engineer, the Del Norte Sewer Trunk was an obvious candidate for expansion to increase capacity following the City Master Plan. The project added a parallel trunk 2,500 feet in length with a 24” diameter sewer main. It crossed Union Pacific […]
  • Kings River Pipeline Survey

    Project Overview The City of Fresno’s plan to expand their water treatment capabilities involved a Surface Water Treatment Facility to be created in Southeast Fresno on Olive and Armstrong Avenues. Project Details Yamabe & Horn were tasked with providing survey data for all right-of-way, topographic, and utility information along the 12 mile freshwater pipeline project. […]
  • Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility

    Project Overview The City of Fresno Project Details As a sub-consultant to Carollo Engineers, Yamabe & Horn provided on-going development and design of the offsite improvements to Floradora Avenue, Armstrong Avenue, and Olive Avenue required for the construction of the City’s proposed SESWTF. Specifically, Yamabe & Horn delivered plan & profile design in Olive Avenue, […]
  • San Joaquin Park Class Bike Path

    Working as the City Engineer, Yamabe & Horn was able to secure Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant funding to create a 10’ wide asphalt bike path near an existing park. The location was selected because it connected a previously inaccessible residential neighborhood to the park. Once funding was secured from the Fresno Council of […]
  • Orange Cove Railway Class Bike Path

    Working as the City Engineer, Yamabe & Horn secured Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant funding to create a 10’ wide asphalt bike path over an abandoned railway. The City Council had identified the opportunity to reclaim the railway, creating a high value amenity for the city residents to use year round. After securing the […]
  • City of Soledad Front Street Reconstruction

    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 […]
  • Orange Cove Water Meters

    Project Overview Working under contract as the City Engineer for the City of Orange Cove since 2001, Yamabe & Horn led the project to install water meters throughout the 1,900 water service locations within the City. Their role was comprehensive, handling the funding requirements, designing the system and managing the construction phase. Project Origin In […]
  • Kearney Boulevard Median Project

    Project Overview Working under contract as the City Engineer for the City of Kerman, Yamabe & Horn pursued and secured Federal funding in the amount of $864,000 to significantly improve a one-half mile section of the City’s primary east-west corridor, Kearney Boulevard. The role was comprehensive and also included designing the improvements, managing bids, administrating […]
  • Manning Sewer Main

    Project Overview When the City of San Joaquin expanded their Wastewater Treatment Plant, Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) funds were obtained to replace a half mile of the City’s existing 16” VCP sewer outfall trunk main with a new 24” PVC main. The outfall trunk main conveys wastewater from the city to the Manning […]
  • John F. Kennedy Park

    Project Overview Working under contract as the City Engineer for the City of Sanger since 1987, Yamabe & Horn secured State Parks and Community Development Block Grants in 2001 to be used for the creation of a robust neighborhood park with many innovative features outlined below. They were responsible for every stage of development, from […]
  • Kerman Water System Expansion

    Project Overview Working under contract as the City Engineer for the City of Kerman, Yamabe and Horn secured State funding in the amount of $3.1MM to expand the water system serving the City residents. The role was comprehensive and included the design, bid management, contractor oversight and inspection over a multi-phase improvement schedule. Project Origin […]

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