Southwest Region Office – Mission Viejo, California
Our Southwest regional office is in Mission Viejo, California, about 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles. About 15 miles from John Wayne International Airport, the office provides convenient access to the immediate area and the southwestern states that it serves, including Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah.
25910 Acero, Suite 200
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
More About Reinforced Earth in the Southwest:
RECo’s first project in the United States is located in southern California. Our small team of engineers in the early 1970’s worked with Caltrans to deliver a newly introduced MSE wall solution for the repair of a landslide.
Mechanically stabilized earth retaining walls are an ideal solution in this region due to their ability to withstand high seismic loads. One example – the BART Warm Springs Extension in Fresno, California – includes a railway bridge abutment footing supported by an MSE wall directly above a fault line.
Our southwest office has also tackled transportation infrastructure mega-projects such as Project Neon in Las Vegas and South Mountain Freeway in Phoenix, which are both record setting projects for their respective Nevada and Arizona DOT’s, respectively.
Western Division Manager & Southwest Regional Manager (Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah)