Camp High Sierra is a Boy Scouts summer camp located near the town of Long Barn, CA, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The camp site is set in a historical logging camp, allowing the Scouts to fully immerse themselves in the living history, inspired by a mountain-man themed town. 

Camp High Sierra is currently going through some fun changes! A brand new dining hall is currently under construction and we, SANDIS, are lucky enough to be out there, helping contribute our engineering and surveying services to this beautiful new building to be completed in 2019. 

For more information and pictures please check out the Boy Scouts, High Sierra Facebook Page as well as their website.

posted March 14, 2018 in News, Uncategorized
2018 ACEC Award

SANDIS has won a Merit Award for the Morgan Hill Downtown Placemaking Program project in the ACEC California 2018 Engineering Excellence Award competition!

The SANDIS team was responsible for design of three projects within the Downtown Placemaking Program including the Complete Street Reconstruction, Hardscape and Landscaping and Undergrounding of Overhead Utilities.  SANDIS’ efforts to transform the downtown core encompassed:

  • Complete street reconstruction of Fourth Street between Monterey Road and Depot Street. Improvements were coordinated with and complemented the proposed city-owned Downtown Parking structure and the planned Sunsweet Development Project.
  • Hardscape and landscaping along First Street, Second Street and Fifth Street on the east and west sides of Monterey Road including:
    • Replacement of broken sidewalk, curb and gutter
    • New street lighting
    • Landscaping
    • AC Pavement Overlay
  • Wayfinding signage
  • Pedestrian crossings for intersections along Monterey Road
  • Traffic calming
  • Pedestrian, Bicyclist, and Vehicular Safety Improvements
  • Wet utility upgrades (water, sewer and storm drain)
  • Floodplain Study to address nearly annual flood of local creek
  • Undergrounding overhead utilities on:
    • First Street between Del Monte Avenue and Depot Street
    • Second Street between Del Monte Avenue and Depot Street
    • Fourth Street between Monterey Road and Depot Street
  • Landscaping and irrigation within the median along Monterey Road
  • Decorative paving and landscaping at intersections
  • Uplighting of trees in median
  • Replace street furniture


Learn more about the awards and see the winners list here:

posted March 6, 2018 in News, Uncategorized