Some of our most rewarding work has been equipping educational facilities to serve as better civic neighbors – for their students, teachers, and the environment. U&R was honored to partner with HY Architects and Gates + Associates Landscape architects on
Teodoro Martinez starts his third (non-consecutive) term as the President of the Santa Clara / San Mateo Chapter of the California Land Surveyors’ Association.
Longtime U&R Professional Land Surveyor Teodoro E. “Theo” Martinez has just started his third (non-consecutive) term as the President of the Santa Clara / San Mateo Chapter of the California Land Surveyors’ Association (CLSA). The CLSA is the primary professional
Engineers at U&R have always had a knack for coming up with creative solutions for clients. But the latest building creation is a monument to the experience and confidence that comes with decades of understanding school operations, design and construction.
One of the most famous scenic vistas in the world is the Tunnel View Overlook on Highway 41 in Yosemite National Park. Almost anyone who has ever visited Yosemite Valley has a photo taken from this scenic road stop. Located
On February 14, 2007, the long-awaited Cadence Design System’s Building 10 got a well-deserved groundbreaking ceremony. Attended by San José’s Mayor Chuck Reed and other local dignitaries, the event celebrated the start of construction of the five-story, 208,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art
San Francisco’s future Dianne Feinstein Elementary School is named after a California senator. While located on a sloping and undersized site, with careful planning, it still offers the full range of amenities. Construction is scheduled for completion in spring 2006.
Preparing students for business, medical, and technical careers, the Mission Valley Regional Occupation Program (MVROP) plays a major role. Serving Fremont, Newark, and New Haven Unified School Districts, it provides an excellent example of how to stretch budgets through partnerships.
Challenges: For decades, five high schools shared the Tak Fudenna Stadium of the Fremont Unified School District (FUSD). Fortunately, when the stadium needed to be revamped, the public voted for a school bond measure. Yet, few community members attend bond
As the largest city-funded completed construction project in Fremont’s history, the new Leon J. Mezzetti Maintenance Center covers 14 acres. This state-of-the-art government facility cost $32.3 million to complete. It centralizes maintenance and operations services once spread citywide. U&R is
When planning a new 181-unit residential facility in Walnut Creek with retail space on the ground level, Prometheus Development wanted to keep options open. Each residential unit can be designated as either an apartment or condominium, depending on the market