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 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. […]

Chad Kennedy Receives San Joaquin Engineers Council 2018 Distinguished Service Award

We are proud to announce that Chad Kennedy, Principal Landscape Architect at O’Dell Engineering, was recently awarded the San Joaquin Engineers Council 2018 Distinguished Service Award. Mr. Kennedy was presented the award at the Council’s 51st annual dinner meeting on February 22, 2018. Every year, SJEC accepts nominations for the Engineering Profession Distinguished Service Award. […]

S. Reinway Recreational Use Plan

O’Dell Engineering created a recreational use plan for the S. Reinway Avenue parcel in Waterford, CA. As a terminus of the river trail, this 16 acre City-owned parcel is a crucial element of the parks and trails system in the community. The site is near the Tuolumne River and it’s trails, and Waterford High School. […]

Hobby Lobby

O’Dell Engineering provided civil engineering, land surveying, site planning, landscape architecture, utility coordination, SWPPP, and construction support services for the design of a new Hobby Lobby store in Turlock, CA. Services included a topographic survey, planning applications and exhibits, a tentative parcel map, construction documents, ALTA/ACSM land title survey, and coordination of geotechnical services.

Mancini Park & All-Accessible Playground Master Plan

O’Dell Engineering provided public outreach services, coordination and collaboration with the Disability Resource Agency for Independent Living (DRAIL), conceptual planning, master planning, and a preliminary design report for the Mancini Park & All-Accessible Playground Master Plan. The park, a part of the Tuolumne River Regional Park, was originally designed in the 1980’s and is in […]

Patterson Road Bike Trail Feasibility Study

The City of Riverbank, CA faced an interesting challenge along a highly traveled corridor connecting residential communities and industrial facilities with the rest of town. O’Dell Engineering assisted the City in creating a plan to transform the seemingly useless space along this trail corridor into a vibrant trail system that will safely connect school children […]

Callander Avenue Complete Streets Feasibility Study

The local community of Riverbank struggles with the dangers associated with crossing State Route 108. In order to help solve this problem, O’Dell Engineering worked with Caltrans and the City of Riverbank to develop a complete streets design to safely facilitate pedestrians crossing SR-108. The preliminary design included narrower streets, a bike path, shortened pedestrian […]

Knox Park & Playground

O’Dell Engineering provided civil engineering, land surveying, and landscape architecture design services for this City of Madera project. Funded through a low income incentive program, the project included renovations to the existing Knox Park. Improvements include new site lighting, irrigation retrofits, parking, restrooms, socially inclusive play ADA access retrofits, and picnic facilities.