Epic Talks Right of Way and Utility Relocation Strategy with City-County Engineers Association of Los Angeles (CCEA)

BJ Swanner, Epic’s Project Development Manager, and Chris Carrillo, Epic’s Los Angeles Regional Manager, hosted an industry seminar at City-County Engineers Association of Los Angeles (CCEA) September monthly meeting.  Held at Luminarias Restaurant in Monterey Park, CA,on September 5, 2019, BJ and Chris presented the luncheon program entitled, “Avoiding project pitfalls through early right-of-way and utility coordination involvement.”  The Epic team was honored to have industry partners and public agency members of CCEA in attendance, including the Cities of Culver City, Downey, Lakewood, Lancaster, Pomona, and Santa Clarita, the County of Los Angeles, BKF Engineers, Willdan Engineering, and W.G. Zimmerman Engineering, Inc.   Thought to be one of the oldest engineering professional organizations west of the Mississippi River, CCEA was found in 1924 with the mission to further engineering professionals’ education and work constructively toward the advancement of the engineering profession.  Through this mission, CCEA seeks to be of greater service to Los Angeles County and municipalities in the County.

[Pictured in group photo, from left to right: Chris Carrillo, Los Angeles Regional Manager (Epic Land Solutions); BJ Swanner, Project Development Manager (Epic Land Solutions); Renee Guerrero, Public Works Director (City of Pomona) & Past President CCEA; Trolis Niebla, City Engineer (City of Lancaster) & Current President CCEA; Damon Letz, Assistant City Engineer (City of Santa Clarita) & Past President CCEA; Josephine Gutierrez, Senior Civil Engineer (Los Angeles County Department of Public Works) & Current Vice President CCEA; Mate Gaspar, Engineering Services Manager (City of Culver City) & Current Secretary/Treasurer CCEA]

 

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