Three Bridges Oak Preserve Trail Head
Eagle Scout Project
Guadalupe Water Valve and Ramp Replacement Project
Eikhof Design Group has designed several street rehabilitation projects for various public agencies. Pictured above is 4th Street in Guadalupe. This is the main entrance and exit to Apio Food Packaging. The project included road widening, drainage improvements, curb and gutter, and commerical driveway entrances.
Eikhof Design Group designed the Three Bridges Oak Preserve Trail Head. A dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted on September 8, 2017. The trail system includes approximately 4 miles of well cut trail, which was constructed by Atascadero Land Preservation Society (ALPS) volunteers and the California Conservation Corps.
Jeff van den Eikhof worked with Riley Betita and the City of Arroyo Grande to prepare plans for this ambitious Eagle Scout project at Heritage Square Park in Arroyo Grande.
In preparation for a street rehabilitation project, Eikhof Design Group prepared plans, specifications, and estimates for the construction of 30 ADA accessible curb ramps and 10 water valve replacements. Eikhof Design Group also provided construction management and inspection services.
Heritage Park Restroom
Santa Maria Development Review
Guadalupe Railroad Crossing
Atascadero City Hall
Eikhof Design Group prepared the plans and specifications for the Heritage Square Park Restroom project. The precast concrete structure was shipped from Washington State and craned into position.
Eikhof Design Group provides Development Review Services for multiple agencies. Some of our most recent work includes the review of all building, site, and public improvement plans for the Enos Ranchos Development in Santa Maria.
Eikhof Design Group worked with Union Pacific Railroad to ensure that street repairs in their right-of-way were made while UPRR did some track work in the area. Eikhof Design Group prepared the plans and specifications for the work.
Eikhof Design Group designed all of the sidewalk and hardscape improvements around the historic City Hall building in Atascadero. The project completed the work on the newly repaired historic City Hall building that was damaged during the San Simeon Earthquake.
El Camino Real Enhancement
Atascadero Veterans Memorial
Atascadero Sunken Gardens
Atascadero Lake Park
While working for the City of Atascadero, Jeff van den Eikhof designed the El Camino Real Downtown Enhancement Project and provided all construction management. The project included bulbouts, decorative pavers, landscaped medians, decorative accents, and a speed hump on El Camino Real. The work was on El Camino Real from East Mall to Traffic Way.
The Atascadero Veterans Memorial was designed by Jeff van den Eikhof. Jeff worked closely with the Veterans Memorial Committee and donated around $25,000 worth of engineering services.
The Atascadero Sunken Gardens Project was designed by Jeff van den Eikhof while he was a City employee
Eikhof Design Group provided all of the engineering design services for the Atascadero Lake Park Frontage Improvement Project. The project included curbs, pathways, fencing, signs, and decorative features.
Eikhof Design Group provided engineering design services for the City of Pismo Beach for a drainage improvement project. The project included removal and replacement of an aging drainage pipe and structure that exited on the beach.
Jeff van den Eikhof was the Resident Engineer for the Higuera Bridge project while he worked for the City of San Luis Obispo. This multi-million dollar project spanned 2 years and replaced the aging bridge deck, which spanned the entire width of Higuera Street in front of the current Court Street Shopping Center. The project included micropiling and grouting the historic rock walls for seismic retrofitting. It also included diverting San Luis Obispo Creek during construction activities. The construction work was completed by Madonna Construction.
Jeff van den Eikhof worked with local artist, Jim Jacobson, to provide structural analysis and foundation design for several public art pieces throughout San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County.
Eikhof Design Group gives back to the community in many ways. Our favorite way is with Cotton Candy. We have partnered with Templeton Drama boosters to provide cotton candy sales at various events. We provide all of the materials and all proceeds go to the Templeton Drama Program. Eikhof Design Group has also fundraised for Parents for Joy and Atascadero Fine Arts Academy 6th Grade Science Camp.
Santos Field ADA Ramp Accessibility
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