Water Tank, Pump Station Design Bennett Engineering Services is teamed with Gateway Pacific Contractors to design and build a 1.9 MG water tank and pump station. It is located in the City of West Sacramento’s The Rivers area. Additional tank projects: Banner Taylor Water Tank for Nevada Irrigation District, Santa Cruz Bay Street Reservoir Replacement, and Lincoln Verdera Tank #3
We are pleased to announce that Jenn Goodwin has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer for Bennett Engineering Services after 14 years with the firm as business manager. Jenn is responsible for the firm’s finances and works closely with the leadership team on strategic planning initiatives company-wide.
Well and Pipeline Also Included Bennett Engineering Services is designing a 1.5 MG storage tank, new potable water well, and booster pump station for the City of Biggs. The design will include an irrigation canal pipeline crossing. The firm will also prepare and submit a State Revolving Fund application for project funding. Additional tank projects: Banner Taylor Water Tank for Nevada Irrigation District, Santa Cruz Bay Street Reservoir Replacement, and Lincoln Verdera Tank #3
Bennett Engineering Services Vice President Stacey Bennett-Lynch, PE, presented “Design-Build Procurement Approaches to Water Resources Facilities” on Wednesday, November 8, at the 21st annual APWA Norcal Chapter Public Works Conference. The presentation shared design-build lessons learned from projects, including pump stations, small hydro, and water tanks, for the Nevada Irrigation District, the Cities of Santa Cruz and Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles County. Download Presentation Slides Below APWA Design-Build Procurement Approaches
1,600 feet of Pipeline Improvements Bennett Engineering Services is designing improvements, including upsizing and replacement, to more than 16,000 feet of the City of Oroville’s sewer main and trunk pipelines. Other pipeline projects: Sewer Main and Manhole Repairs in Grass Valley, Collection System Repairs in Newcastle
Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Improvements include Class II and III Bike Lanes, ADA-Compliant Ramps The City of Woodland has selected Bennett Engineering Services to prepare construction documents for the West Woodland Safe Routes to School Project. The project includes roadway rehabilitation, ADA-compliant ramps, utility relocations, re-striping and signing to allow class II and Class III bike facilities, and sidewalk repairs to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists. Additional Safe Routes to School Projects: Antelope Safe Routes to School, Rocklin Safe Routes to…
Hydropower Generation Facility Evaluation The San Jose Water Company has selected Bennett Engineering Services to evaluate potential sites to provide energy recovery with the installation of hydropower generation facilities. Additional hydropower projects: Gold Run In-conduit Hydroelectric, Los Angeles County In-Conduit Hydro
We are excited to announce Leo Rubio, PE, has been named President of Bennett Engineering Services after 11 years with the firm, most recently as Vice President and head of the transportation services sector. “As someone who thrives on taking care of clients, delivering projects, and mentoring staff, it is natural for Leo Rubio to step into the role of president,” said firm founder Orin Bennett, who has transitioned from President to Founder and Senior Advisor. Leo has more than…
We are delighted to announce Stacey Bennett-Lynch, PE, has been named Vice President after 12 years with Bennett Engineering Services. Stacey leads the firm’s marketing program in addition to her contributions as a board member for several years. Her experience includes planning, design, management, construction assistance, and management responsibility for water resources projects. A registered Professional Engineer in California, Stacey is a graduate of California State University, Sacramento with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Trin Campos, PE, to Vice President. Trin has been with Bennett Engineering Services for three years as project director focused on the transportation sector. During this time, he has also led the firm’s Quality Assurance/Quality Control and training programs. In his new role, Trin is also responsible for the firm’s city engineering sector development. Trin has more than three decades of project delivery experience including 22 years at Caltrans. A registered California Professional Engineer, Trin…