Intern Highlight – Amjad

By | News

Intern Highlight! “Hello my name is Amjad. I am a senior at the University of the Pacific studying Civil Engineering. Being able to work along side the great engineers at Siegfried and my mentor Frank, I have learned so much. Through my experience at Siegfried, I hope to become a better engineer and apply the skills I have learned moving forward in my career. I first heard about Siegfried through Tiger Jobs on UOP’s website. After meeting with some of the crew and hearing about their structural department, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity.” Thank you for all of your hard work Amjad! We appreciate you!  

Read More

Intern Highlight: Casey

By | News

“My name is Casey and I’m a student at Cal Poly SLO, just about to start my final year there. I am studying civil engineering with an emphasis on structural engineering and also working towards a minor in construction management. I really enjoyed my time at Siegfried. Everyone was really welcoming. I had opportunities to learn a wide variety of skills relating to structural engineering, including stuff I would never have been exposed to in college. I first heard about Siegfried from the Cal Poly virtual career fair. It seemed like a good company and they seemed to have everything happening with COVID well in control.” Thank you for all of your hard work Casey! We appreciate you!

Read More

Intern Highlight: Georgia

By | News

“My name is Georgia, I am 19 years old and was born and raised in Sacramento, California. In my free time I enjoy watercolor painting, playing with my puppy, and collecting houseplants.⠀ ⠀ I will be entering my third year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo studying landscape architecture in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design.⠀ ⠀ At Siegfried, I am constantly learning and building new skills. The office has such a positive atmosphere, and everyone has been so welcoming since my first day.⠀ ⠀ During spring quarter (which was online), my friend had told me about a career fair coming up through zoom. I took a quick look at the companies listed under landscape architecture and saw Siegfried….

Read More

Sac State Student Union Expansion Receives Additional Recognition

By | News

Congratulations to the team, Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., and Sacramento State for another recognition of the Sac State Student Union expansion with the Award of Distinction in the 2020 Design-Build Awards competition from the Design-Build Institute of America‘s Western Pacific Region chapter. Siegfried was grateful to work with excellent partners on this project!

Read More

Siegfried is Providing Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture for Project in Ripon, CA

By | News

Siegfried is excited to be working with Alpine: Climbing • Adventure • Fitness, a brand new climbing gym opening in Ripon! This new facility will feature 16,500 square feet of climbing walls, as well as fitness classes, yoga, and free weights. Siegfried is providing civil engineering and landscape architecture for the project! To learn more, visit their Web site at https://climbatalpine.com/!

Read More

UC Santa Cruz, Upper Quarry Amphitheater Renovation – Grand Opening!

By | News

Last week, we got the chance to attend the grand opening celebration for the Upper Quarry Amphitheater Renovation project at UC Santa Cruz. The project is a true restoration and retrofit that required all of the teams’ skills to creatively and efficiently meet the numerous small challenges the site and the current codes provide. The terrain was challenging, the tree canopy heavy, the hazards plentiful, but like team players, the Siegfried team adapted to the evolving project conditions to reveal a beautiful, successful project to be enjoyed for years to come. Read more about the project here, and check out the photos from the ceremony below!

Read More

UC Davis, International Center – Grand Opening!

By | Uncategorized

  Hello and Happy Friday! Today on the blog, we have some photos from last week’s grand opening ceremony for UC Davis’ new International Center! It was a gorgeous day to gather and celebrate the beautiful new facility together. About the Project: As part of UC Davis’ commitment to extend its recognition as a leading international university, the campus has built a new international facility, accommodating three campus units; UC Davis Extension Center for International Education, Services for International Students and Scholars, and the Education Abroad Center. The new 55,000 GSF building, referred to as the International Center, is located at the north edge of campus at California Avenue and Russell Boulevard. Siegfried provided landscape architecture and civil engineering services for this…

Read More

Another Reason to Rely on Siegfried…

By | Uncategorized

Siegfried is very excited to announce that one of our lead civil engineers, Adam Merrill, has been promoted to Principal! With over a decade of experience, Adam has a strategic and intelligent approach to his designs and has effectively led many projects to successful completion – all while raising his 4-year-old daughter, Payton, with his beautiful wife, Natalie. Some of Adam’s most recent projects have been with the Town of San Anselmo, where he has cultivated successful working relationships, and in turn, a highly successful Low Impact Development Pilot project, Roadway Reconstruction projects, and Median Master Plan for the Town. Currently, he is working on the Hudson Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety project in Redwood City, the new 1800-stall parking structure…

Read More

Siegfried Awards!

By | Uncategorized

We are proud to announce that Siegfried has won FOUR awards, recognizing our outstanding work – all in just the past few months! Check out the project photos and descriptions below. Award:                American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), SF Section, Outstanding Water/Wastewater Project of the Year Project:               EBMUD Estates Reservoir Project For the Estates Reservoir Replacement project, Siegfried provided civil engineering, signage, and trail planning and design. Project challenges included developing a trail and signage plan that incorporated the larger project goals, but also remained functional in a natural hilly terrain. The two most important aspects of this project were: first, to preserve the existing mature landscape, and second, provide safe…

Read More