Alta Vista Awarded Caltrans D7 Materials Sampling, Testing and Inspection Support Services Contract

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Feb. 28, 2014 —The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has awarded Alta Vista Solutions (Alta Vista), a three-year, $6 Million contract to provide Materials Sampling, Testing and Inspection Support services throughout Caltrans District 7. After reviewing qualifications and conducting interviews, Caltrans selected Alta Vista from among three experienced firms.

Alta Vista will support District 7 by providing materials testing and plant inspection services for transportation construction projects throughout the district to ensure the goal of quality projects. Alta Vista’s President, Patrick Lowry, stated, “We are thrilled to expand our relationship with Caltrans and do more work in the dynamic Los Angeles region. Our amazing team of professional engineers and inspectors are ready to ensure quality and help realize some of the exciting projects coming online in Southern California.”

About Alta Vista

Alta Vista is a Bay Area-based engineering firm that was recently recognized as the 19th fastest growing businesses in the region by the San Francisco Business Times. Alta Vista Solutions has quickly differentiated itself by performing customized quality management strategies for some of the largest infrastructure projects in the world. Alta Vista’s services include: Bridge Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Materials Engineering, Materials Testing, Construction Management, Program Management and Surveying.

Please see our website for more information at Over the past decade, Alta Vista has worked with public and private organizations to complete large-scale engineering projects that better serve their regions. Alta Vista’s client-focused philosophy—supported by uniquely qualified expertise and experience—delivers appropriate solutions to projects around the world. Alta Vista is beginning work to improve the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in New York, as well as assisting in the development of the quality management system for the California High-Speed Rail Project.

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