September 26, 2022
Interwest Employee Enayat Haidiri earns prestigious ASCE Award
The Sacramento Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers recently celebrated the organizations […]
September 22, 2022
Phase One of Modesto’s State Route 132 West Project Completed
The City of Modesto celebrated the completion of Phase One of the State Route […]
August 18, 2022
Making Progress on the Acrisure Arena
We love seeing projects come to life! The new Acrisure Arena, a 300,000 sq […]
March 8, 2022
Interwest Partners with the City of Laguna Woods to Provide Building Department Services
LAGUNA WOODS, CA— Laguna Woods has enlisted the services of Interwest Consulting Group, A SAFEbuilt […]
May 17, 2021
Interwest Consulting Group Joins Community Development Services Leader SAFEbuilt, updates corporate identity
ELK GROVE, CA – May 17, 2021 – SAFEbuilt, a leading community development services […]
March 15, 2021
Enchanted Hills Community Park
The Enchanted Hills Community Park began as 22 acres of blighted land, often used for illegal dumping of everything from tires and bottles to sofas and a boat! Now with lots of community elbow grease, Prop 68 funding secured and projects designs at 100%, the next year will see it emerge as a beautiful new green space, complete with a skate spot, accessible playgrounds, splash pad, basketball courts, exercise equipment, and much more!
February 22, 2021
Building Department Services for Sovereign Tribal Nations
Unlike our other public agency clients, many of the tribal government clients we serve do not have an established Building Safety Department or permit counter, or, for that matter, a City Hall. They do, however, have booming industrial and commercial development and a commitment to providing their residential and business community with safely built and responsibly maintained structures and facilities.
December 16, 2020
Atherton Town Center
The Town of Atherton is known for being the most expensive zip code to call home in America, so it may surprise you to learn that the Town’s City Hall was comprised of an old building and 8 portable trailers. Recognizing the need for a functional and welcoming space for civic activities and community engagement, the Town created plans for a new $60 million Civic Center Complex, complete with council chambers, a library, and facilities for town administration and police department.
October 6, 2020
Supplement Your Revenue with a Temporary Transfer of Water Rights
Looking for alternative sources of revenue? Have you considered a short-term or temporary water transfer?
Tracking Homeless Camps through Mapping Technology
Most cities in California are facing the challenges that come with an increasing homeless population including litter, disease, environmental damages, public safety issues, affected property values, and, most significantly, the tole that that living on the street takes on the mental and physical health of these individuals. While resources and solutions are available, communication with and information on this population can be difficult to establish.