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David Evans and Associates, Inc.
Ontario, California

Since the founding of the professional services consulting firm in 1976, David Evans and Associates, Inc. (DEA) has provided real solutions for projects large and small. DEA is a national leader in sustainable design and management solutions providing clients with award-winning engineering services for transportation, energy, water resources, and land development projects. Over the past 41 years, they have grown into a bold firm comprised of more than 1,000 employees, and have consistently been ranked in Engineering News Record's (ENR's) Top 100 Pure Design firms in the U.S., maintaining a time-honored presence among the leaders in its markets. Landscape architects, park planners, and civil engineers at DEA provide creative and innovative design solutions that balance growth with environmental sensitivity. DEA offers experienced professionals in multiple disciplines who can quickly form a team to meet project needs. They work closely with public and private clients to plan and design parks, trails, transportation corridors, residential, and commercial land development projects.



Gene Autry Trail Gateway, Palm Springs, California


DEA provided landscape architectural and civil engineering design for the Gene Autry Trail Gateway project in Palm Springs. The project consisted of landscape improvements to the parkways and median on Gene Autry Trail, and the development of a 1.7-acre vacant parcel of land into a passive park. The park provides a place to play a game of bocce and enjoy the outdoor environment. The park proved successful in function and form. It improved drainage, increased property values and safety, while decreasing vandalism, illegal dumping and loitering. The park won an American Public Works Association Merit Award.

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Memory Lane Park and Trailhead, Santa Ana, California


DEA prepared conceptual planning and final design for Memory Lane Park and Trailhead in Santa Ana, California. It provides recreational opportunities to residents, the general public, and bike & equestrian riders along the Santa Ana River Trail. The pocket park includes a children's play area, fitness equipment, nature garden, trails, bike racks, equestrian hitching posts, picnic area, site furnishings, a dry creek bed with pedestrian bridge, signage, security lighting and landscaping. This project won the California Park and Recreation Society - Award of Excellence (2016); and the American Public Works Association Southern California Chapter - B.E.S.T. Project Award (2016).

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The Tracks at Brea, Segments 2 - 4, Brea, California


DEA landscape architects and civil engineers prepared conceptual and final construction documents for over 2.5 miles of Class I meandering trail through an abandoned rail corridor in Brea, California. Segments 2 - 4 include work between the Orange County Flood Control Channel and Birch Street, and incorporates both hard and soft surface trail, native plantings, site furnishings, a lighted parking area, a restroom, plaza space, fitness area, butterfly garden and interpretive signage.

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Bryce Hanes Park, San Bernardino, California


DEA landscape architects developed a conceptual master plan and construction documents for the two-acre, Proposition 84-funded Bryce Hanes Park in the city of San Bernardino. The park is located on a busy corner in an underserved neighborhood and includes many of the elements identified through community input: a sprayground that recycles water for irrigation, a skate park, soccer field, open space play, picnic areas, a basketball court, signage, fitness area, a restroom and parking. Sustainable features include permeable paving, drought tolerant plantings, solar lighting, smart irrigation techniques, recycled and recyclable materials and groundwater recharge.

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Ocotillo Park, Cathedral City, California


DEA landscape architects provided master planning, Proposition 84 grant coordination, and construction documents for award-winning Ocotillo Park, a 5-acre park in Cathedral City, California. Working closely with the city appointed grant writer, DEA developed a plan for active recreation facilities while considering the incorporation of sustainable features such as recycled materials, the use of decorative rock and decomposed granite, smart irrigation techniques, and drought tolerant plant material. The park features playground and picnic areas, walking paths, a ball field with soccer field overlay, skate park, parking, plaza space, and picnic shelters, in addition to fitness stations, a restroom, lighting and signage. This project has won numerous awards including American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Region 9 - Outstanding Parks and Recreation Project (2016); ASCE Riverside and San Bernardino Chapter - Parks and Recreation Project of the Year (2016); ASCE Los Angeles Section - Parks and Recreation Project of the Year (2016); and American Public Works Association Southern California Chapter, Coachella Valley Branch - Project of Merit, Revitalization (2016).

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As seen in LASN magazine, October 2017, Firms.






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