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Happy Higher Education Day!

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Today is Higher Education Day! Over the years, we have been fortunate to partner with colleges and universities on a variety of different projects. To celebrate today, while it was difficult to narrow it down, we wanted to highlight a few of the higher education projects we’ve worked on! UC Santa Cruz, Upper Quarry Amphitheater Restored in 2017, the Upper Quarry Amphitheater on the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) campus provides a space for students to have lasting, memorable experiences. Siegfried…

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Team Building, Escape Rooms and Axes and Ales

By Staff
On Friday, June 24th, Siegfried had a company-wide team-building event. At lunch we headed over to David's Pizza, then a quick trip across the street to Limitless Events where we split into four groups to take on the Escape Room challenges. Once escaping, we moved next door for some ales and some axe tossing.
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Miner Avenue Complete Streets – Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

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On March 16, 2022, we celebrated the completion of the Miner Avenue Complete Streets with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the City of Stockton. The highlight of the Miner Avenue Complete Streets project is the newly installed roundabout at the intersection of San Joaquin Street and Miner Avenue. In the middle of the roundabout stands a historic fountain spire that was previously removed to make way for the new State of California courthouse. This original piece of art was dedicated to Stockton’s...
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Miner Avenue Complete Streets

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This project was a 10-block rehabilitation of Miner Avenue that spanned from Center Street to the UPRR underpass. ATP grant-funded, Phase I consisted of the first four blocks of bike and walkway improvements, plus the GMAQ-funded roundabout at the San Joaquin intersection. Improvements included: lane reduction from four to two lanes and Class II bicycle lanes; the addition of median islands and the roundabout; traffic signal modifications at the signalized intersections; streetlights; as well as wider sidewalks with pedestrian and bicycle amenities....
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