O'Dell Engineering News

Assistant Civil Engineer Veronica dela Fuente Speaks at UC Davis Diversity Summit

O’Dell Engineering Assistant Civil Engineer Veronica dela Fuente was invited to speak at the first-ever State of Diversity in Engineering Summit at UC Davis. The Diversity Summit aimed to stimulate incisive discussions on the significance and impact of diversity and inclusivity from the classroom to the engineering industry. As a part of the esteemed panel, […]

25 Years, 25 Acts: Celebrating 25 Years of Improving Our Communities

This year, O’Dell Engineering celebrates 25 years of business! In the past quarter century we’ve had the opportunity to improve our local communities by doing what we love: designing impeccable civil engineering, land surveying, landscape architecture, and land planning projects. We understand that these projects have the ability to improve the lives of our community […]

Cultural Arts District Park Awarded ASLA CA Sierra Chapter 2018 Merit Award

Cultural Arts District Park received the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) California Sierra Chapter 2018 Merit Award. Cultural Arts District Park is a unique and technologically advanced ode to the diverse artistic & cultural community of Fresno. Designed to foster creativity, support healthy living, and provide a gathering place that residents can cherish, this space is […]

Earlimart Neighborhood Park Awarded ASLA CA Sierra Chapter 2018 Honor Award & APWA Central CA Chapter 2018 Public Works Project of the Year Award

Earlimart Neighborhood Park received the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) California Sierra Chapter 2018 Honor Award and the American Public Works Association (APWA) Central California Chapter 2018 Public Works Project of the Year Award. This four-acre park is a progressive joint-use facility (between the County and the Earlimart Unified School District) in a very small country town. […]

O’Dell Named PSMJ 2018 Circle of Excellence Firm

O’Dell Engineering is excited to announce we were recently named a PSMJ Resources Inc. 2018 Circle of Excellence firm. This designation is received by the top 20% of participants in PSMJ’s yearly Financial Performance Benchmark Survey. The survey contains over 100 metrics to identify firms that are the most efficient and financially responsible. It is always […]

Joaquin Lopez Named “40 Under 40” by Business Street Online

Joaquin Lopez, PLS, Senior Land Surveyor at O’Dell Engineering, was named a member of the 2018 class of “40 under 40” by Business Street Online. This designation recognizes exceptional business professionals in the private and public sectors of Central CA. Mr. Lopez is a dedicated Project Manager in the Survey Department at O’Dell and is […]

Chad Kennedy Speaks at TEDx Modesto

Chad Kennedy, Principal Landscape Architect at O’Dell Engineering, recently spoke at the TEDx Modesto event. TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to “Ideas Worth Spreading”, usually through the vehicle of brief, passionate, and moving talks from industry leaders. To further ignite discussion on these important ideas, TED created the TEDx program to support local, independently […]

O’Dell Engineering Named One of the “2018 Best Places to Work: Central Valley”

O’Dell Engineering was recently named one of the “2018 Best Places to Work: Central Valley” by Opportunity Stanislaus. The program recognizes organizations with strong, positive work place environments. “The organizations selected for this designation are leaders in their field without exception,” said David White, Chief Executive Officer of Opportunity Stanislaus. “Their cultures and emphasis on […]

O’Dell Engineering Ranked as Number 1 Civil Engineering Firm in the CVBJ Book of Lists!

O’Dell Engineering is pleased to announce that the firm has been ranked as the Number 1 Civil Engineering Firm in the Central Valley Business Journal Book of Lists again this year! O’Dell is proud to provide exemplary civil engineering, land surveying, landscape architecture, and land planning and land use entitlement services to the Central Valley. […]