Entries by Kimberly Stoll

Dalton Reservoir Project

Dalton Reservoir Project BSK holds an on-call environmental and geotechnical and materials testing contract with the City of Livermore. Dalton Reservoir Project was one of the task orders. This project replaced an existing 2.0 million-gallon steel water reservoir with a new 3.41 million-gallon steel reservoir on a 5.7-acre site in the northeastern portion of the […]

California Solar Project

California Solar Project The California Solar Project is a 1,200 acre project consisting of 171-MWdc of production facility. We are excited to announce that this facility will supply renewable energy to approximately 30,000 homes. Additionally, this project will help curb an estimated 22,000 cars worth of carbon dioxide yearly. BSK is proud to have worked […]

BSK: Downtown Merced Revitalization

BSK: Downtown Merced Revitalization BSK helps downtown Merced revitalize historical buildings. Three of Merced’s oldest buildings are receiving a face lift in hopes of bringing downtown Merced back to life. Downtown Merced has been under construction over the past year on Tioga Hotel, El Capitan Hotel, and the Mainzer Theatre. Not only are these three […]

Buckhorn Hotel Remodel

Buckhorn Hotel Remodel BSK proudly performed the geotechnical engineering and provided construction materials testing and special inspection for the Buckhorn Hotel Remodel. BSK’s services during construction included soil compaction testing, concrete sampling testing and special inspection services for the new pool, and spa and new lobby. The newly remodeled Cuyama Buckhorn hotel and restaurant has been […]

Tracy WWTP Project

Tracy WWTP Project Phase I-Water Transmission Mains and Pump Station Improvements, Phase II-Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent Outfall Pipeline. BSK’s scope of the Tracy WWTP Project supports $24 million of improvements to include within, and connections, to the City’s wastewater treatment plant, across roadways, agricultural and unimproved and unincorporated property. For BSK, it involves a combination […]

Kirker Pass Truck Climbing Lane

Kirker Pass Truck Climbing Lane Kirker Pass Northbound Truck Climbing Lane project, client was Contra Costa County Public Works. The Kirker Pass truck climbing lane project is approximately two miles in length  providing a 12-foot truck lane and 8-foot paved shoulder. The project also includes six retaining walls due to the existing slopes and drainage […]

West Hills Community College

West Hills Community College, North District Center, Firebaugh, CA BSK provided geotechnical investigation and are currently working on the construction inspection and testing for the West Hills Community College Project in Firebaugh, CA. The new 40 million, two story 41,263 square foot center will be built at the existing District Facility. The new center will […]

Marsh Creek Road Bridge

Marsh Creek Road Bridge Marsh Creek Road Bridge is located in the unincorporated area of east Contra Costa County between Clayton and Brentwood.  This $4.9 million project replaced an existing 29.5 ft. wide by 44.5 ft. long steel girder bridge with a new, wider, two‐stage precast/pre‐stressed wide‐flange California Bulb Tee girder bridge. Additionally, each bridge […]

Geneseo Road Bridge Project

Geneseo Road Bridge Project Geneseo Road Bridge Project is located at Huerhuero Creek in San Luis Obispo County, California. BSK provided on-going Geotechnical Engineering Services during the construction of the proposed 3-span structure, working directly for the County. Furthermore, BSK updated the geotechnical analysis to review previous investigations, and provide updated recommendations for 36-inch cast-in-drilled-hole […]

Peterson Road Improvement Project

Peterson Road Improvement Project The Peterson Road Improvement Project was located in Auberry, Fresno County, Ca. Following the 2020 Creek Fire, damage to the southwestern slopes adjacent to Peterson Road east of Tollhouse Road were sustained.  Furthermore, it is understood the slope had exhibited minor sloughing in the past. However, after recent fires and increased […]