Hawkins and Associates team member Dani Cano performs a boundary field survey to support a student housing project in Sacramento.

The team at Hawkins and Associates has started field surveys and preliminary design for a new student housing project in the City of Sacramento. The parcel being developed is just south of the California State University of Sacramento Campus and will offer living arrangements to students that are accessible with walking and biking. The project will benefit from a road extension project by the City of Sacramento that will cross Highway 50, the light rail line, and a set of railroad tracks.
Hawkins and Associates has already completed field surveys for the topographic mapping and parcel boundary that will support the civil engineering design and architectural design for the project. This project is similar to another student housing project that the Hawkins and Associates team completed near the California State University Stanislaus campus in Turlock, California.