New Fremont Development Around Future Transit Site Becoming Reality

Fremont_Thermo_Fisher_aerialThis rare instance of open land in Silicon Valley is now closer to becoming the bustling transit-oriented employment center the City of Fremont hopes it will be. Lennar Corporation was selected as the developer of a 112-acre parcel of land (owned by Union Pacific) in the Warm Springs District (home to under-construction Bay Area Rapid Transit Station, or BART), and they will not only develop housing, but also commercial real estate for additional jobs. Another company who bought land from Union Pacific in the future Innovation District, Thermo Fisher Scientific, is completing their manufacturing facility in a southern parcel of the District, and is set to finish by the end of July. Read more

How a Civil Engineer Can Help You Plan Your Bay Area Project

Civil engineering planning of Fremont Thermo Fisher site You can fulfill your vision for a successful development project in the Bay Area through effective planning, and to begin, the civil engineer can help you determine the scope of the infrastructure that will serve the project. The infrastructure involves issues related to access, utilities, and drainage, as well as site and environmental constraints. While each project is unique and requires its own creative approach, the following are usually considered. Read more