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Environmental Award Winner: Fuel Pier Replacement Project

The Fuel Pier Replacement Project at the Naval Base Point Loma has won the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Environmental Award in the Natural Resource Conservation – Team category.  This annual awards program recognizes Navy ships, installations, and...

Welcome, Dr. Tiffany Clark

We're happy to welcome Dr. Tiffany Clark, PhD, RPA Based in our Los Angeles office, she will serve as a senior archaeologist and principal investigator within our Cultural Resources team. Dr. Clark has over 20 years of experience in cultural resource management in...

Our Ventura High School Internship Program

We're very proud to have collaborated on creating an internship for Ventura High School students. This program was initiated when Mr. McEntyre, a science teacher at VHS, reached out with the idea.  Rincon President Michael Gialketsis was quickly onboard and excited...

Two-Time Award Winner: Rancho Mirage General Plan Update

The City of Rancho Mirage General Plan Update (GPU) is now a two-time award-winning project, having received a Merit Award for Outstanding Planning Document from AEP, and the Merit Award for Best Practices from the APA Inland Empire chapter.  Rincon’s role...

Rincon’s Role in Earth Day

This year, Earth Day falls on Sunday, April 22nd and will focus on mobilizing the world to End Plastic Pollution, creating support for a global effort to eliminate single-use plastics, and encouraging global regulation for the disposal of plastics (Earth...

What is a SWPPP and Does Your Project Need One?

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) are a requirement of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) that regulates water quality when associated with construction or industrial activities. The SWPPP addresses all pollutants and...

Debunking Myths: Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments

By now, most real estate professionals with a few years of experience have a basic understanding of what is included in a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment.  The basics include: 1) site reconnaissance, 2) historic records review, 3) government records...

Helping Our Kids “Dream Big”

Shannon Carmack, from our Los Angeles office, took the initiative to raise a philanthropic effort with some our of leadersship, and that lead to Rincon getting involved in a new program.  ASCE developed a program called "Dream Big," in which...

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