recognition & awards

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our work

  • 2011-2012 Outstanding Engineering Project Award Honorable Mention, Crafton Hills Community College Concentrator Photovoltaic Solar Project, ASCE San Bernardino-Riverside Counties Branch
  • 2004 In Recognition of Exceptional Accomplishments as a Top Employer, AEI-CASC Engineering Services, City of Colton Economic Development Department
  • 2003 Top Employer, City of Colton Redevelopment Agency
  • 2002 Vendor of the Year, Boeing Satellite Division
  • 2001-2002 Top Employer, City of Colton
  • 2001-2002 Corporate Sponsor Civil Engineering Department, Cal Poly Pomona
  • 1998-1999 Recognition for Service to Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) and the Chapter & Chapter Website Sponsor, AEP Inland Empire Chapter
  • 1998 Outstanding Environmental Resource, IEC-AEP Website & Species Guidebook, AEP Inland Empire Chapter

Our People

  • Post Construction BMPs and WQMPs: Mr. Rick Sidor presented in September 2006 at the Building Industry Association’s Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA
  • Highway Storm Water Pollution Prevention Basics: Mr. Rick Sidor presented in February 2003 at the Associated General Contractors Conference, San Diego, CA
  • How to Pay for Construction Site BMPs: Who Knows Better...the Owner or the Contractor? Mr. Rick Sidor presented in February 2001 at the International Erosion Control Association’s Annual Conference, Las Vegas.
  • Guidance Materials: Mr. Rick Sidor was one of the principal authors in the preparation for two of Caltrans’ Storm Water Quality Handbooks, “The Construction Contractors Guide & Specifications”, and the “Construction Staff Guide”.
  • Caltrans Special Provisions: Mr. Rick Sidor played a key role in the preparation of many of Caltrans’ revised Standard Special Provisions, fact sheets, and other material relating to storm water pollution controls.
  • Mr. Adam Rush assisted in the management, development, drafting, analysis, and integration of the County of Riverside’s first Healthy Communities Element (HCE), which was adopted by the County Board as GPA 1097 in 2011. This plan was the recipient of two (2) American Planning Association (APA) awards for excellence, as well as a State Office of Planning and Research commendation.

 

  • “California Stormwater Quality Best Management Practice Handbooks.” Mr. Jeff Endicott served as Project Manager for the development of the four-volume set of handbooks, and he was a key author of the “New Development – Redevelopment Handbook” and the key technical advisor on the “Construction Handbook.”  The CASQA Handbook continues to be the “go to” source for many California communities when it comes to TCBMP design and maintenance.
  • "Start at the Source.” Mr. Jeff Endicott served as a technical advisor to the Bay Area Stormwater Management Agencies Association for development of the book that introduced California to Low Impact Development (LID).  Later, he was the technical director for the document, “Using Start at the Source to Comply with New Development Requirements for Stormwater Quality Protection” that described engineering approaches to implementing the “Start at the Source” philosophies.
  • “Low Impact Development Manual for Southern California.” Mr. Jeff Endicott was a technical advisor for development of this manual. Jeff’s role was to make sure that the LID practices in the manual were appropriately adapted for implementation in Southern California.
  • “Stormwater Quality Best Management Practice Design Handbook for Low Impact Development in the Whitewater River Region.” Mr. Jeff Endicott served as the technical director for the update of this manual to reflect the unique environmental conditions in the Coachella Valley area of Riverside County.