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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.

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Yamabe & Horn Engineering is proud to announce that the City Council of Kerman has approved Jerry Jones succeeding Gary Horn as City Engineer, as of January 1st 2015.

Gary Horn is the co-founder of Yamabe & Horn and has worked as the Kerman City Engineer since 1993, enjoying many successes. Most notably, Gary played an integral part in the Kerman City water system expansion project in 2007. The City Engineer was tasked with the large problem of finding adequate water storage for a town that had existing Uranium contamination. Yamabe & Horn worked to identify solutions and succeeded in receiving $3.1 M in state funding to replace the existing water system and streamline water storage and usage functionality.

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Tag Archive for: Kerman