Congratulations to Jorge Turbay, Newly Promoted Associate at PARIKH!

2022-02-09T15:06:29-08:00February 9th, 2022|

PARIKH Consultants, Inc. (PARIKH) is proud to announce the promotion of Mr. Jorge Turbay, MS, PE to an Associate of the firm effective February 1, 2022. Jorge joined PARIKH in 2018, bringing expertise in geotechnical design and construction management of geotechnical engineering projects for public works infrastructure, transportation, water resources, energy and power, landfills, and

ACEC 2022 Honor Award Winners

2022-01-18T11:28:58-08:00January 18th, 2022|

PARIKH Consultants, Inc. is proud to announce that three of our projects have been selected for the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Awards for 2022. More information will be announced in February. Honored projects include SR 120/Union Road Interchange in Manteca, CA with Mark Thomas & Company; SB I-680 HOV Lane Completion and

PARIKH Merited for Work on the South Bound I-680 HOV & Express Lane Project

2021-11-11T14:46:45-08:00November 11th, 2021|

Drivers in the Bay Area have long dealt with congestion, bottlenecks and increased travel times on some of the busiest highways in the U.S. I-680 connects the southern San Francisco Bay Area with I-80 and the major north-south freeway is a heavily traveled and key corridor for the region. To maximize highway operations, the Contra

Congratulations to Our Newly Promoted Team Members!

2021-11-11T12:11:36-08:00July 30th, 2021|

PARIKH Consultants, Inc. (PARIKH) is proud to announce the promotion of Mr. Emre Ortakci, PE, GE and Mr. Kandeepan Saravanapavan, PE, GE. Effective August 1, 2021, both will be promoted to Senior Project Engineer/Associate. Emre has been with PARIKH since 2011. Emre’s expertise in seismic and geotechnical analysis has successfully contributed to numerous projects for

PARIKH Provides Geotechnical Engineering Services for the Silicon Valley Extension Program

2021-05-10T11:08:54-07:00May 10th, 2021|

PARIKH Consultants, Inc. is proud to be a part of the first phase of the Silicon Valley Extension Program,  expanding heavy-rail transit service in Northern California from the San Francisco Bay Area southward into the Silicon Valley. The $2.3-billion project encountered challenging site conditions that were resolved by using a lightweight cellular concrete, a tunnel

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