Driverless vehicles. Autonomous commercial flights. Robots stocking shelves. We are at a juncture in history where technology is throwing a lot of traditional processes and uses into question – including the role of humans in everyday work. As land surveyors,
Matt Kamkar is a Principal Engineer at Underwood & Rosenblum, a Civil Engineering and Land Surveying firm in San Jose, California. He received a master’s degree in Construction Engineering and Management from Stanford University and a Juris Doctor degree in
The same GPS (Global Positioning System) satellites used to place your car’s position on a road map can be used by land surveyors to accurately plot survey points. But to obtain the sub-centimeter precision required for land surveys, the equipment
Underwood & Rosenblum (U&R) is proud to have been involved in the design of the new Fremont Cadillac, Buick, GMC Dealership of Fremont, CA. Opened in July, 2013 this site design focuses on the latest green technology and sustainability features.
At Underwood & Rosenblum, Inc., we had to brace ourselves for the fast-paced Sequoia computer building designed for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in 2012. The liquid-cooled Sequoia computer brings back to the USA the title of the most powerful
Irvington High School of Fremont, California was voted “America’s Greenest School” in a 2009 national student essay contest. To extend Irvington’s elite green status, Fremont Unified School District hired U&R to design a new parking lot using pervious pavement. Pervious
California’s stormwater discharge regulations, have changed significantly over the last couple of years. Often referred to as “C.3”, these regulations have required new projects with over 10,000 square feet of new or improved impervious surfaces to clarify the stormwater runoff
By combining the digital detail of Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) and the high speed and accuracy of robotic total station surveying, U&R has created the “World’s Largest Dimensionally Accurate Map of California.” As part of the Fremont Unified School