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 society. The award was presented at the 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.Read more
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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 between Miho Yoshida and Dr. Miko Rose, Assistant Professor, Department of Adult Psychiatry, Michigan State University, at a university conference in Denver, Colorado, there is a GLH Initiative, a global volunteer campaign to disseminate the universal message of trees that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan. Currently seeds and saplings for the A-bombed trees are growing in more than 30 countries.
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 encouraged to participate in this U.S. Marine Corps. program by helping to fill the boxes at their offices.Read more
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, bridge culverts and ADA compliance services. Due to potentially excessive storm runoff from the terrain south of the station, two major storm channels were designed on-site. The western channel naturally separates the station, and fire trucks, from the main public road. The design solution chosen to solve the issues were three individual CONTECH Arch culverts. The culverts allowed for the designed storm capacity, while providing access for the large trucks and keeping a low profile over the channel.
Grundfos, a local pump manufacture, client of Y&H, and neighbor is in the news once again for their efforts to save water. Due to the reduced snowpack this year, the recent project by Grundfos at their plant on Shields to recycle irrigation water and reduce the amount of water they consume onsite. Y&H helped Grundfos in 2012 design retention ponds and piping to collect Fresno irrigation District water to use for their landscaping. The site landscaping was designed by the same firm that designed the Y&H property, Patrick Boyd with Designlab 252.
Yamabe & Horn is proud to sponsor Buchanan Babe Ruth. Trenton, son of our Sanger City Engineer, Josh Rogers, looks great in the red uniform and is ready to get some home runs.
Site grading has begun on a new solar project for a South Valley agri-business. Y&H helped the solar company with the site surveying, grading design, SWPPP and construction staking.
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