Engineering, Inspection, Management
Pacific Pros’ Core Values: Client Focus, Professionalism and Excellence. Client prosperity is Pacific Pros’ priority!
Pacific Pros is a provider of the full spectrum of project/construction management (PM/CM) and related engineering construction support services to public agencies and private clients, including Federal Government, Caltrans, transportation authorities, counties, cities, airports, seaports, educational institutions, and private developers and owners. Pacific Pros focuses on bridges, structures, public works, highways, rail, transit, buildings, facilities, hospitality, and utilities.
Pacific Pros’ portfolio of project experience spans from large infrastructure projects such as the $1.5B Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement project in Long Beach, the $1B I-10 Express Lane Project for over 18 bridges, and Strengthening/Painting of Richmond San Rafael Bridge in the Bay Area all the way to a wide range of smaller projects that include Seismic Retrofit (Bryte Bend), Rock Slope Protection (RSP), scour mitigation, well construction, foundation retrofit with new piles, bridge deck maintenance and rehabilitation, roadway construction, building demolition, inspection and assessment of existing structures, temporary works independent design review, structural design, and forensic engineering.
Our key project is the Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement project (the International Gateway Bridge) in the Port of Long Beach, CA – the first vehicular stay-cable bridge on Caltrans right-of-way in the State of California. Pacific Pros represented the State of California as part of the Caltrans IQA-Structure Construction Team.
The Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project Construction Status – 2020
The Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project Construction Status – 2018
The Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project Construction Status – 2016
Note that Pacific Pros has on-call contracts across California and we constantly need qualified staff in various districts of California from San Diego all the way to the most Northern California border with Oregon. See Career Page for more information.