Projects

The Clear Capital Airport Building is a 12,840 square foot modern steel office structure built within Truckee-Tahoe Airport property. The project includes a reconfiguration of the existing airport long-term parking area, circulation and access improvements, storm drainage and water quality treatments, sidewalks, and roadway improvements. AEC provided civil design level services as well as CEQA and FEMA support.

This project consists of a double-loaded 90-degree bay parking lot accommodating 20 parking spaces, located in Kings Beach, California. Landscaping is proposed around the perimeter of the project to provide screening of the lot from surrounding properties. The storm water treatment system is designed to meet County standards per the Storm Water Management Manual (SWMM), as well as TRPA standards. Utility relocation was also required for the project.

AEC provided surveying services for the Highway 267 Northstar Right Turn Lane for Northstar-at-Tahoe constructed in the Fall 2000. The project required the surveying, permitting, and civil design of a right turn lane from State Highway 267 onto Northstar Drive. AEC provided coordination with Placer County and Caltrans in the preparation of plans for work within both agencies' right-of-way. AEC staff completed project surveys, a legal description and plat for an offer of dedication to Caltrans, civil design and final as-built plans.

Date of completion: 2015

The Truckee High School Track upgrade included the replacement of the existing track with a synthetic track surface, new restrooms, bleachers, and ADA compliant accessibility throughout. AEC tasks included storm drainage and water quality treatment for the new track as well as design and reconfiguration of three existing parking areas, drive aisles, walkways, and utility connections to the new restrooms.

This project consisted of utilizing aerial and ground survey information to create a site plan for Granlibakken Resort. The site plan was created for submittal to TRPA for verification of the remaining coverage within the 62-acre resort. Extensive research regarding the ownership, easements, paper streets, and land capability was required for this project.

Date of completion: 2015

The project included the replacement of the entire 36-inch sewer main pipeline as it crosses the Truckee River in Tahoe City, CA. AEC completed the surveying and base mapping required for design and permitting for the project. Survey services included topographic and boundary surveys, location of physical features in the Truckee River channel, and depiction of 100-year floodplain limits. Permits required for the project include a US Forest Service Special Use Permit, a California 401 Water Quality Certification and Basin Plan Exemption, a CA Department of Fish and Wildlife Streambed Alteration Agreement, and Caltrans Encroachment Permit for construction staging and access within the Caltrans Maintenance Yard.

The"64 Acres" site was once a trailer park that the U.S. Forest Service wanted to return to a more natural setting. Our job was to design and oversee construction of a new recreational facility that would not only be functional but beautiful. The site also had to be designed with flood and erosion control in mind to protect the scenic and environmental quality of the adjacent Truckee River.

Date of completion: 2015-2016

Sierra Expeditionary Learning School (SELS) is a K-8 public charter within the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District. AEC provided civil engineering design services to reconstruct the existing parking lot in order to improve access and parent and bus drop off. Improvements also included waterline and utility connections for the new Maintenance and Operations Building. AEC was responsible for design layout of the 3.6-acre site including much needed drainage improvements throughout.

Date of completion: 2015

This project involved three main sections of sewer maintained by the Tahoe City Public Utility District in the Alpine Peaks area of the west shore were in need of repair and replacement. The high altitude, steep terrain, and depth of existing lines made this project challenging, but interesting. AEC was able to provide background investigation, surveys, civil engineering design, and construction phase services for this project. Approval processing, funding support, and bid phase services were also provided for the Client.

AEC completed aerial control surveys, coordination of aerial mapping products, and route surveys for the proposed realignment of Highway 89 south of Tahoe City.

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