Corporate Partners

Many thanks to our Corporate Partners for supporting the WTS-OC Chapter!

The Corporate Partner Program details and a complete list of benefits can be found by clicking on the link below: 

Questions?

Melissa Gorman, Corporate Partners Chair

Melissa.Gorman@mbakerintl.com

Thank you to our Corporate Partners!

To learn more about some of our Corporate Partners, click the button below. 


To visit our Corporate Partners' websites, click on each of their logos. 

Diamond

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Platinum

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Gold

Silver

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Corporate Partner Highlight 

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I-405 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

The Interstate 405 (I-405) corridor is generally recognized as the busiest road in the U.S. The I-405 Improvement Project widens the I-405 between SR-73 and I-605, improving 16 miles of I-405 between SR-73 in Costa Mesa and I-605 near the Los Angeles County line. The I-405 project’s objective is to reduce commute times for hundreds of thousands of motorists who travel the I-405 daily by adding general purpose and tolled express lanes; reconfiguring 12 interchanges to improve operational efficiency, reduce congestion-related accidents, and provide safety enhancements. Safety enhancements include reducing lane weaving for through traffic, proper shoulder widths, and striping. Pacific Infrastructure I-405 Designers, a design joint venture led by Moffatt & Nichol provided full engineering services for the 16-mile, $1.9 billion highway infrastructure project, including construction support and maintenance of traffic. In addition to leading the joint venture, Moffatt & Nichol served as  the designer-of-record for the freeway expansion and operational improvements.

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