In The News: Fresno Cultural Arts District Park

O’Dell Engineering’s Cultural Arts District Park project was recently featured in The Fresno Bee. The article, titled “Fresno City Council approves $1.8 million in new park acquisitions, improvements,” announces that the Council unanimously approved a $1.16 million bid award to build a new park in downtown Fresno’s Cultural Arts District. O’Dell Engineering provided design services […]

In The News: Mom Leads Effort to Build Inclusive Playground in Modesto

The recent Modesto Bee article titled, “Mom leads effort to build ‘inclusive playground’ in Modesto”, chronicles a Modesto resident’s determination to see a local inclusive park come to fruition. Rachel Loredo has spearheaded an effort to replace the worn and outdated playground in Beyer Community Park with a state-of-the-art, socially inclusive playground. O’Dell Engineering is […]

In The News: Modesto Ralston Tower Park Senior Playground

The Ralston Tower Park Senior Playground project was recently featured in The Modesto Bee. The March 21st article is titled, “Modesto considers playground for seniors.” On Tuesday, March 22nd, the Modesto City Council voted in favor of entering into a contract with O’Dell Engineering. O’Dell will develop a master plan, design development report, construction documents, […]

In The News: California High-Speed Rail

The Fresno Bee recently published an article titled, “High-speed rail agency adds money, time to right-of-way contracts.” The article chronicles the High-Speed Rail Authority’s decision to extend four of its existing contracts from February 2018 to April 2020, and to add $10 million. In 2011, O’Dell Engineering began managing the right of way surveying of […]

In The News: City of Ceres Parks Master Plan

Two of O’Dell Engineering’s current City of Ceres projects were recently featured in The Ceres Courier.  The January 27th article, titled “Park ideas to be examined,” provides an overview of the recommendations found within Ceres’ Parks Master Plan. The article chronicles the Master Plan’s evolution toward City Council approval and highlights draft improvement plans for […]

O’Dell Engineering News: Dennis Wann Elected to BIA Board of Directors

O’Dell Engineering Business Development Manager Dennis Wann was recently elected to the Building Industry Association of the Greater Valley (BIAGV) Board of Directors. On January 27th, Dennis was installed alongside several other 2016 Board Members at Spring Creek Golf & County Club. Featured from left to right in the photo above are: Randy Bling, Reggie […]

In The News: Manteca and Stockton Fastest Growing Communities in San Joaquin County

On May 2, 2014 the Manteca Bulletin reported that new state figures reveal Stockton and Manteca were the fastest growing communities in San Joaquin County last year. Manteca has added almost 8,000 residents sine the housing market collapse in 2007 and now has over 70,000 residents. Although Stockton gained almost 3 times as many residents […]

In The News: City of Modesto Takes Steps Forward on Its General Plan

On Friday May 2, 2014, in an article entitled “Next Steps Taken On City Plan”, the Modesto Bee reported the City of Modesto has taken additional steps to update its general plan. The general plan serves as the document that guides future urban grown in and around the city. According to the article the City […]

In The News: Google to Expand Footprint at Castle Airport

On Friday May 2, 2014 the Modesto Bee reported that Google had signed a deal to expand its footprint at Castle Airport in Merced County. According to the article, this is the company’s second lease agreement at the airport. It had leased 60 acres of land at the airport as part of its program to […]