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Creating Land Solutions
Epic Land Solutions is a full-service right of way and real property consulting firm founded in 2000. We represent public agencies, utilities, engineering firms, and construction authorities in our mission to create land solutions for the public good, including:
Portland-or-Bust! The Epic team will be in Portland this June to engage, learn, and present at the IRWA 65th Annual International Education Conference. Our very own BJ Swanner is leading a panel discussion alongside Holly Rockwell, Senior Executive Officer at Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (LA Metro) Planning department, entitled, “LA Metro ‘Trains’ for the 2028 Olympics: Utilizing Experts in the Right of Way Industry.” The panel will explore regional transportation planning, right of way solutions, and funding strategies for building up to 13 new rail and bus rapid transit (BRT) segments within Los Angeles County in time for the Los Angeles 2028 Summer Olympics.
Epic staff had an un-FORE-gettable time raising funds for student scholarships at the annual American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Riverside/San Bernardino Chapter Scholarship Golf Tournament on May 17th. This year’s tournament was held at the beautiful Hidden Valley Golf Club in Norco, CA. The event was attended by over 60 golfers and raised $5,000 for engineering students in southern California.
[Pictured from left to right: Josh Nickerson (Associate Engineer, NAI Consulting), Amjad Hussain (Sr Technical Advisor of Engineering, HNTB), Kim Bibolet (Regional Manager, Epic Land Solutions), BJ Swanner (Right of Way Planning Manager, Epic Land Solutions)]
In January, Epic co-sponsored the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Inland Empire Chapter’s 14th Annual Scholarship and Awards Benefit Dinner. The Epic team gathered to celebrate local leaders in the transportation industry including Epic’s co-founder and former President, Holly Rockwell. Rockwell, now Senior Executive Officer of Community Mobility Planning at Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro), was honored with the “Woman of the Year” award. WTS is an international organization dedicated to the professional advancement of women in transportation for the last 42 years. (Pictured, from left to right: Curtis Bibolet, Kim Bibolet, Darcy Mendoza, Holly Rockwell, Chris Carrillo, Karen Starr, Jim Overcamp, Kathy Tegeler, and Kari Anvick.)