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Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. has completed a wide variety of projects, in the Central Valley and throughout Northern California. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with some of our featured projects. 

 Featured Projects

Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. (KSN) was retained by the City of Stockton in September 2005 as the prime design consultant for the Airport Way Streetscape Beautification Project – Phase 1 (Project), which encompasses a 1.7 mile length of Airport Way in the City of Stockton.
Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. (KSN) was retained by the City of Stockton in September 2005 as the prime design consultant for the Airport Way Streetscape Beautification Project – Phase 1 (Project), which encompasses a 1.7 mile length of Airport Way in the City of Stockton.

 Featured Projects

The State Route 99 Manteca 6-Lane Widening Project will widen State Route 99 from four lanes to six lanes in the median between State Route 120 (City of Manteca) and Arch Road (City of Stockton),a distance of 9.5 miles. The project includes widening the existing structures and upgrading the bridge rails at Lone Tree Creek, French Camp Slough and Little Johns Creek. Interchange improvements are planned at French Camp Road and Main Street.
The State Route 99 Manteca 6-Lane Widening Project will widen State Route 99 from four lanes to six lanes in the median between State Route 120 (City of Manteca) and Arch Road (City of Stockton),a distance of 9.5 miles. The project includes widening the existing structures and upgrading the bridge rails at Lone Tree Creek, French Camp Slough and Little Johns Creek. Interchange improvements are planned at French Camp Road and Main Street.

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The City of Stockton’s Country Club Trunk Sewer Design/Build Project designed and constructed approximately 10,000 linear feet of large diameter wastewater pipeline to replace an existing 100 year old, 36 inch diameter redwood pipeline through the center of Stockton.
The City of Stockton’s Country Club Trunk Sewer Design/Build Project designed and constructed approximately 10,000 linear feet of large diameter wastewater pipeline to replace an existing 100 year old, 36 inch diameter redwood pipeline through the center of Stockton.

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The award-winning Downtown Stockton Marina and Joan Darrah Promenade Project is now the centerpiece of the City’s plan to redevelop Stockton’s historic waterfront.  KSN's design was particularly focused on maintaining and preserving water quality in the adjacent Stockton Channel.  KSN designed the drainage system so there is no direct runoff, and all runoff either percolates into the soil or is passively treated by bio-retention systems prior to discharging into the Stockton Channel.
The award-winning Downtown Stockton Marina and Joan Darrah Promenade Project is now the centerpiece of the City’s plan to redevelop Stockton’s historic waterfront. KSN's design was particularly focused on maintaining and preserving water quality in the adjacent Stockton Channel. KSN designed the drainage system so there is no direct runoff, and all runoff either percolates into the soil or is passively treated by bio-retention systems prior to discharging into the Stockton Channel.

 Featured Projects

Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. (KSN) was retained by HDR Engineering, Inc. to provide the surveying, mapping and right-of-way engineering services for the Plans, Specifications, and Estimates (PS&E) phase of the Interstate 5/French Camp Road Interchange Improvement Project, which consists of the reconstruction of the I-5 and French Camp Interchange and the construction of a new eight lane industrial expressway extending approximately 1½ miles from Performance Drive west to Interstate 5. KSN provided aerial based topographic mapping, ground surveys, utility research and right-of-way mapping for the first design phase of the project, which includes reconfiguring the Interstate 5 and French Camp Road Interchange and realigning Manthey Road. Upon completion, the project will provide a connection between Interstate 5 and State Route 99, by extending the Arch Airport Road – Sperry Road Corridor, creating direct freeway access to more than 3,500 acres of industrial property.
Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. (KSN) was retained by HDR Engineering, Inc. to provide the surveying, mapping and right-of-way engineering services for the Plans, Specifications, and Estimates (PS&E) phase of the Interstate 5/French Camp Road Interchange Improvement Project, which consists of the reconstruction of the I-5 and French Camp Interchange and the construction of a new eight lane industrial expressway extending approximately 1½ miles from Performance Drive west to Interstate 5. KSN provided aerial based topographic mapping, ground surveys, utility research and right-of-way mapping for the first design phase of the project, which includes reconfiguring the Interstate 5 and French Camp Road Interchange and realigning Manthey Road. Upon completion, the project will provide a connection between Interstate 5 and State Route 99, by extending the Arch Airport Road – Sperry Road Corridor, creating direct freeway access to more than 3,500 acres of industrial property.

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KSN provided surveying and mapping services for the predesign phase of the Spooner Summit Pipeline Project. KSN performed a series of GPS control surveys to support the level of mapping required for the repair and replacement of the export pipeline.  Significant elevation relief, dangerous highway work zones, unpredictable mountain climate, and rugged mountainous terrain along the pipeline made completing the control work within the project schedule a challenge.  KSN established a complex primary control network spanning the length of the pipeline from static GPS observations, and included ties to 4 United States Coast and Geodetic benchmarks, 4 Nevada Department of Transportation control monuments, and other local control monuments.
KSN provided surveying and mapping services for the predesign phase of the Spooner Summit Pipeline Project. KSN performed a series of GPS control surveys to support the level of mapping required for the repair and replacement of the export pipeline. Significant elevation relief, dangerous highway work zones, unpredictable mountain climate, and rugged mountainous terrain along the pipeline made completing the control work within the project schedule a challenge. KSN established a complex primary control network spanning the length of the pipeline from static GPS observations, and included ties to 4 United States Coast and Geodetic benchmarks, 4 Nevada Department of Transportation control monuments, and other local control monuments.

 Featured Projects

KSN used 3d laser surveying techniques to provide surveying and mapping services for the emergency replacement of four 36” diameter raw sewage pump discharge pipes at the City of Stockton’s Regional Wastewater Control Facility.  The raw sewage discharge piping, constructed of steel with mortar lining, was replaced in 1991, but the mortar lining of the discharge pipes had eroded by 2007, exposing the steel pipe.  The walls of the steel pipe had corroded to the point where the discharge pipes had developed pinhole leaks, prompting an urgent repair project.  Each discharge pipe was unique and the complex configuration required that each pipe be custom fabricated.  KSN was essential to the success of the project and the team’s ability to efficiently replace the corroded pipes in a fiscally and timely manner.
KSN used 3d laser surveying techniques to provide surveying and mapping services for the emergency replacement of four 36” diameter raw sewage pump discharge pipes at the City of Stockton’s Regional Wastewater Control Facility. The raw sewage discharge piping, constructed of steel with mortar lining, was replaced in 1991, but the mortar lining of the discharge pipes had eroded by 2007, exposing the steel pipe. The walls of the steel pipe had corroded to the point where the discharge pipes had developed pinhole leaks, prompting an urgent repair project. Each discharge pipe was unique and the complex configuration required that each pipe be custom fabricated. KSN was essential to the success of the project and the team’s ability to efficiently replace the corroded pipes in a fiscally and timely manner.

 Featured Projects

KSN was the civil engineering subconsultant for the San Joaquin County Jail Intake Housing Expansion Project, which added a significant housing building to the existing county jail facility, improving the level of service provided to the prison’s inmate population.  The design-bid-build intake housing expansion project added a 133 bed, 36,000 square foot, two story housing unit to the existing jail facility.  The project was located within the secure perimeter of the existing jail and required close coordination with the Sheriff's Department staff during the survey tasks and during construction.
KSN was the civil engineering subconsultant for the San Joaquin County Jail Intake Housing Expansion Project, which added a significant housing building to the existing county jail facility, improving the level of service provided to the prison’s inmate population. The design-bid-build intake housing expansion project added a 133 bed, 36,000 square foot, two story housing unit to the existing jail facility. The project was located within the secure perimeter of the existing jail and required close coordination with the Sheriff's Department staff during the survey tasks and during construction.
 
Featured Project Types  
 

Public Infrastructure 

Institutional       

Design/Build 

Survey       

Flood Contingency Mapping Pilot Project 

 

KSN is well respected both locally, and in Sacramento, for its ability to rapidly work out difficult regulatory issues with State and Federal permitting agencies. KSN has successfully secured permits for the construction of a wide variety of Central Valley projects from the US Army Corps of Engineers, the California Department of Fish and Game, the California Department of Water Resources Division of Water Quality, the Central Valley Flood Protection Board and various local agencies. KSN also has extensive experience in the coordination and administration of a variety of State and Federal grant and loan programs.

KSN has an excellent rapport with the engineering and surveying staff of the California Department of Transportation, District 10. KSN is well versed in the delivery of surveying, mapping, right of way engineering, drainage designs and storm water quality designs compliant with CalTrans guidelines and criteria. KSN has successfully provided the topographic mapping and right of way engineering, including the approval of ABC mapping submittals and appraisal mapping, for some of the largest recent transportation projects in District 10.