Condor is currently providing earthwork quality control and concrete testing services for the Eight Mile Road Grade Separation Project in North Stockton and the Sperry Road Extension near French Camp. The Eight Mile Road project consists of two overpasses and one underpass which will provide for continued traffic flow between Interstate 5 and Highway 99. The improvements provide three grade separations for two railroad lines that continue south through Stockton. Condor’s client is Psomas Construction Management and the project is funded by the City of Stockton and Measure K.
Authors of the recent technical article, “Movement of Water Infiltrated from a Recharge Basin to Wells”, in the journal Ground Water cited Condor’s work to measure induced recharge at the La Morada Detention Basin. The work was managed by Jeff Willett, PE; Gio Del Papa, PE; and Tony Mazzei, GE; in 2004 - 2009 for the City of Stockton. Condor installed transducers to measure the water elevations in a basin and calculated the rate of infiltration. This data was used by the authors David R. O’Leary, John A. Izbicki, Jean E. Moran, Tanya Meeth, Brandon Nakagawa, Loren Metzger, Chris Bonds, and Michael J. Singleton of the USGS and other organizations to measure pressure changes and transport of recharged water to a nearby municipal supply well. See the link below for the full article.