Volunteer Projects: Field Work Day Completed On San Joaquin County Public Land Survey System Maintenance and Improvement Project

On Friday, January 10 the O’Dell Engineering Land Survey Team worked with staff from the City of Manteca on field work for the San Joaquin County PLSS Maintenance and Improvement Project. The project is a volunteer effort coordinated by the San Joaquin County Government Liaison Committee of the California Land Surveyors Association Central Valley Chapter. […]

In The News: PG&E Donates High Sierra Property in Kennedy Meadows to Tuolumne County reports The Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council announced the transfer of a 240 acre parcel in the High Sierra to Tuolumne County. This is the first of multiple land transfers from PG&E to be arranged and supervised by the Stewardship Council. A conservation easement over the same 240 acre parcel was conveyed […]

In The News: City of West Sacramento Launches Real Estate Web Site

On December 2, 2013 the Sacramento Business Journal announced the City of West Sacramento had launched a web site designed to help businesses find land and buildings in the City. The article says Kevin Jasper, a local land broker, expects the city will find interest in industrial land within the city in the near future, […]

In The News: Building Boom In San Francisco Brings City Government Unexpected Funds

On December 13, 2013 the San Francisco Chronicle reported that a building boom in the City has brought in unexpected funds to City Government. The funds are from development fees paid by land developers. The funds are used to pay for street, transit, and open space improvements within the city limits. According to the article […]

In The News: Project Development Costs Stall Old Sacramento Riverfront Path

On January 5, 2014 the Sacramento Bee Newspaper reported that it will cost about 11 million dollars to extend a pedestrian path, bike trail, and other park features along the Sacramento River from O Street to Miller Park.  Work on the existing path this project would extend was paid for with state grants and redevelopment […]

O’Dell Engineering Starts Surveys To Support Well Replacement In Firebaugh, California

  O’Dell Engineering has started surveys to support the replacement of Water Well #7 in the City of Firebaugh. O’Dell Engineering is teamed with Kennedy/Jenks on the project. As part of their work on the project, the O’Dell Engineering survey team conducted topographic surveys of the levee and water infrastructure at the project site. The […]

O’Dell Engineering Completes Field Work for Fuller Neighborhood Improvements Project in Chowchilla, California

  O’Dell Engineering has just completed field surveys to support the design of street improvements in the Fuller Neighborhood in Chowchilla, California. As part of the project O’Dell Engineering will develop an engineering design that will increase the safety of pedestrians who walk to local schools in the neighborhood.Terrestrial laser scanning technology was used in […]