Many thanks to our Corporate Partners for supporting the WTS-OC Chapter!
In light of 2020's uncertainties, our Board of Directors has created a new INTERIM Corporate Partner Program – effective for the first six months of 2021 (Jan. 1 through June 30). This program has been designed to continue providing our Corporate Partners with monthly benefits while reducing the front-end investment in renewal. It also allows our chapter to realign with the normal Corporate Partner renewal cycle beginning July 1.
The INTERIM Corporate Partner Program details and a complete list of benefits can be found by clicking on the link below:
We've kept it simple, with only two options:
$500 Cost ($800 Value) – All Organizations
$250 Cost ($500 Value) – DBE/SBE Firms Only
There are two very important points for our Corporate Partners to consider:
The cost of participating in the INTERIM Corporate Partner Program will be discounted from WTS-OC's Annual Corporate Partner Program, when renewed for July 2021. The Annual Program will go back to our more robust options of Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze levels. (Example: WTS-OC Gold Partnership normally costs $1,500. Those who "opt-in" to the Interim Corporate Partner Program now will have their $500 cost deducted from the normal $1,500 cost of the Gold Partnership for July 2021-June 2022, resulting in a $1,000 cost for that level.)
Only the organizations that sign up for our INTERIM Corporate Partner Program will be eligible to sponsor additional monthly programs from January-June 2021 at a cost of $200 each. Those that elect not to participate may sponsor monthly programs at a cost of $400 each.
Melissa Gorman, Corporate Partners Chair
Thank you to our Corporate Partners!
SR-55 Project Report and Environmental Document, Orange County, CA
Jacobs worked alongside the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 12 and the Cities of Tustin, Santa Ana, Orange, and Anaheim to develop the Project Report and Environmental Document (PR/ED) for the State Route (SR) 55 Freeway from Interstate 5 (I-5) to SR 91. This project aims to provide capacity improvements from I-5 to SR-22 and operational improvements from SR-22 to SR-91.
Project Development included: preliminary roadway and structure designs, stage construction concepts, utility investigation, conceptual drainage report, and right-of-way data sheets. Environmental documentation included completion of an Initial Study with Mitigated Negative Declaration/Environmental Assessment with Finding of No Significant Impact. Environmental technical studies included: traffic studies, water quality technical memo, location hydraulic studies, noise study report, visual impact assessment, air quality report, paleontological report and natural environmental study.