Campus for Wildlife Care
This project consisted of developing the Campus for Wildlife Care and Rehabilitation on an approximately 170-acre site on the northeast side of Congress Springs Road (Highway 9). Unique geotechnical challenges include an extensive quarrying history, the presence of significant amounts of undocumented fill, and multiple traces of the San Andreas fault extending through the site. Langan performed a geologic and geotechnical investigation of the site, which included geologic mapping, fault trench exploration, laboratory testing and slope stability analyses. Langan also provided observation services during construction to repair portions of the main access road throughout the property, which had been damaged by landslides.