Alston Lam PE, GE

Alston Lam 1

Alston joined PARIKH in 2000 and has more than 36 years of experience with flood protection, municipal, transportation, landslide preventive, and infrastructure projects. Alston has worked on more than 100 transportation and public works related projects with various agencies, including Caltrans, cities, counties, and water-resource flood protection districts. His project experience includes:

  • Permanente Creek Flood Protection Project, Santa Clara County, CA
  • SR-4 East Morello Drive to I-680, Contra Costa County, CA
  • El Camino Storm Drain Repair, Santa Clara County, CA
  • I-580/Isabel Avenue Interchange project, Marin Sonoma Narrows Segments C-2 and A-3
  • I-680/SR-4 Interchange Project, Phase 3 (SR-4 Widening), Contra Costa County, CA
  • I-5 North Stockton Corridor, Stockton, CA
  • San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail project, Reaches 1 to 3, Santa Clara County, CA
  • Lower Silver Creek Flood Protection Project, Reaches 1 through 6A, Santa Clara County, CA
  • Sunnyvale East and West Channel Flood Protection, Sunnyvale, CA
  • I-880 Express Lane Project, Alameda and Santa Clara Counties, CA
  • US101/SR-85 Silicon Valley Express Lane (SVEL) Project, Phases 3 and 4, Santa Clara County, CA
  • Eastridge to BART Regional Connector, Capitol Expressway Light Rail Project, Santa Clara County, CA


  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Water Resources
  • Flood Protection
  • Landslide Preventative
  • Civil Engineer, CA C-44818
  • Geotechnical Engineer, CA GE 2605
  • B.S., (Hon), Structural Engineering,
    Sussex University
  • M.S., Geotechnical Engineering,
    Stanford University
  • 36 years