Historic Fresno Station Seismic & Accesibility Renovation

The former Southern Pacific Passenger Depot, Freight Depot and Pullman Shed structures, covered walkways, site paths, drive and parking areas will undergo improvements to support its current office use and comply with local, State and Federal regulations for seismic, accessibility and life-safety requirements. As the Station is listed in the National Register of Historic Places all work will comply with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and maintain its historic integrity as one of Fresno’s most important historic landmarks. The project will also serve as one of the first buildings associated with the first phase of California’s High Speed Rail infrastructure, the first high-speed rail system in the nation. Small Business Concerns being utilized to meet the overall Small Business Goal for the California High-Speed Rail CP1 Project.

Small Business Concern: The High-Speed Rail Authority recognizes a Small Business Concern to include certified Small Businesses (SB), Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE) and Microbusinesses.

The following list of Small Business Concerns are being utilized for the Fresno Station Seismic and Accessibility Renovation project:

  • Page & Turnbull, Inc.
  • Rutherford & Chekene
  • Robina Wright Architect & Associates, Inc.
  • Aliquot Associates, Inc.
  • BSK Associates
  • PGAdesign, Inc.
  • Selbert Perkins Design
  • Visual Terrain, Inc.
  • Leland Saylor Associates
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    Sacramento Valley Station
    Sacramento, CA
  • Queen Anne Residence
    Sacramento, CA
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    Market Square
    San Francisco, CA