WHPacific has extensive survey experience with a multitude of major utility companies around the country, especially in California, where we perform on master service agreements with two of the largest. Some of our most notable experience is our in-line review and QC procedure. WHPacific innovated a near real-time daily review of all survey data to assure quality assurance during construction as opposed to waiting until completion. This allowed us to deliver as-built data package within a week after project completion of 2.5 miles of gas pipeline construction. Additionally, WHPacific was required to be very responsive to the changing conditions on [...]
NHA builds new scattered site housing units for homeowners. WHPacific has been awarded a design contract for new prototype scattered site housing designs for 2, 3, 4, and 5 bedroom units for locations across the Navajo Nation. Pam Lentini, Director, Facilities will lead the project.
WHPacific was awarded preliminary planning and schematic design of baseball and softball fields at the Black Mesa View Subdivision San Felipe Pueblo, NM. This work is a continuation of new work on the subdivision that WHPacific has been involved with for the last 8 years.
Over the last 30 years, WHPacific’s Sandi Velleca has committed significant time, energy, and enthusiasm for the Construction Specification’s Institute’s mission and community. Over the years, Sandi has held all positions at the chapter level, served on the education and certification committee, and was also an Institute Board Member from 1992-1995; and then again from 2005-2008. Due to her dedication, Sandi was recognized as a CSI Fellow- the most prestigious award of the CSI. When asked why she has remained steadfast in her commitment to CSI, Sandi responded, “I remain committed to the education, certification programs that CSI offers and [...]
WHPacific has been selected by Navajo Housing Authority to provide evaluation of potential sites for additional housing developments. NHA has selected sites in cooperation with five Chapters. Factors being evaluated include environmental, stormwater, archaeological, geotech, utilities, and development issues. Both Development Services and Construction Services are providing services for this project.