Orange, CA, June 27, 2013 –(PR.com)– The Rancho Santiago Community College District (District) has approved the selection of BKF Engineers to perform district wide land surveying and engineering services for the various construction projects.
BKF has been serving the District since 2003 and will continue to provide engineering and survey services to help the District realize its facilities master plans for both campuses. The District is one of California’s largest community college districts and maintains eight facilities, which includes one of California’s s oldest and newest community colleges. Centered in a growing and dynamic area, the District serves a population of more than 700,000 residents.
Previous services provided to the District includes campus master planning, adjacent property purchase, campus parcel map, engineering design of buildings, sport fields, parking lots, interior roads, city street cul-de-sacs, utility line upgrades, master water quality management plan reports (WQMPs), off-site signalized intersections, topographic surveys, and utility investigations, stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPP).
BKF has developed designs for more than 50 million square feet of higher education facilities in California. BKF’s engineers, surveyors and planners share a common vision for advancing facility design and respond with solutions that are both flexible and adaptable for today and into the future. Each project undertaken by the BKF team is filtered through its company principles: Validate, Develop, Communicate Deliver.
BKF is a privately held premier engineering firm providing civil engineering, master planning, and surveying services throughout California. BKF’s strategic California offices have allowed them to develop an extensive knowledge of local factors such as geography, geology and agency-related issues and their impact on due diligence, permitting and entitlement processing. Learn more at bkf.com.