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Site Development

  • Fancher Creek Storm Basin Pipeline

    Project Overview Project Details As a requirement of the subdivision development of the Fancher Creek Business Park on Belmont Avenue between Fowler Avenue and Armstrong Avenue, creation of a storm basin and pipeline was completed. The pipeline started west of Fowler adjacent to the storm basin, measuring 72-inches in diameter, crossing the Fowler Avenue intersection […]
  • Fashion Fair Mall Expansion

    Project Overview Having recently been acquired by the publicly traded retail property development company, Macerich, the expansion of Fashion Fair Mall was the most significant construction project to occur on the property since its creation in 1970. The expansion added two retail strips to the north from the central entry way of the original mall. […]
  • Grundfos Environmental Impact Reduction

    Project Overview Yamabe & Horn designed a water reclamation system to help reduce the environmental impact of the Grundfos facility in Fresno, California. Given the advanced strategies implemented in the project, Yamabe & Horn had to juggle coordination with City of Fresno Public Works & Water Division, Fresno Irrigation District and the Fresno Metropolitan Flood […]
  • Chevron Station

    Y&H began working on this site in 2004 with the property owner and developer. Once the parcel map was recorded, we were asked to provide civil engineering for the improvement plans for the Chevron site. Plans were prepared and approved by the City of Fresno. We were fortunate to have been contracted to provide the […]
  • AHDC Survey

    Y&H surveyed and designed numerous apartment complexes throughout California during the 80’s and 90’s for AHDC. The client was refinancing the 15 year mortgages and needed ALTA Surveys. Due to the critical escrow closing date, the research, site visits and survey updates happened very quickly. We were able to meet the timeline and satisfy the […]
  • Northpointe Business Park

    Project Overview The south border of Fresno’s city limit has historically been an industrial zone, ideal for its close location to Highway 99 and the train depots that collect from the Union Pacific and BNSF lines. As large distribution centers grew in demand from regional and national companies expanding in the area, developing the readily […]
  • Clovis & Herndon Retail Development

    Project Overview The west side of the Clovis Avenue and Herndon Avenue intersection had sat undeveloped for years, even after Highway 168 was built up and produced significant traffic with on- and off-ramps immediately to the west. In 2003, both the north and south corners were developed into retail centers, with Starbucks occupying the north […]

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