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No Work Is Insignificant

I was seven years old, and my parents had taken me to Chicago to visit my grandma. Jaja was a mystery. She had smooth skin and not a wrinkle, but her hands were those of a laborer. Sausage, calloused fingers…


Rose Parade Float Decorating with BIASC!

LSA’s Christine Golus decorated a Rose Parade float to represent the Building Industry Association of Southern California’s (BIASC) 100th Anniversary. She had helped with three other floats in past years, enjoyed those experiences, and was excited to try again. It…


The Passing of Mike Trotta, LSA CEO

It is with great sadness that we announce that Mike Trotta, Chief Executive Officer of LSA, passed away suddenly on Sunday, December 4, 2022. On behalf of our Board of Directors, management team, Principals, and staff members, we extend our…


Point Richmond & Roseville Anniversaries

LSA staff old and new gathered for a very special celebration recently. On October 20th, LSA’s Point Richmond office held their first big gathering since 2019 to celebrate a combined 180 years in work anniversaries! And a couple days earlier,…


LSA’s Agent of Change: Holly Torpey

Please join LSA in celebrating September’s Agent of Change: Holly Torpey, Senior GIS Specialist. Holly joined LSA in October 2021. Growing up in Meyers, outside South Lake Tahoe, Holly was surrounded by National Forests and has embraced a love of…


Green Team: Adopt-a-Highway

As a major Southern California environmental consulting firm, LSA is always looking for ways to contribute to helping the environment outside of work hours and the Adopt-a-Highway program a great way for companies to help clear the highways of millions…


Q&A with Casey Tibbet – Architectural History

Learn more about architectural history with award-winning Associate/Architectural Historian Casey Tibbet! Ms. Tibbet has more than 20 years of experience in architectural history and currently leads LSA Riverside’s Cultural Resources Group. Check out the Q&A below!


Q&A with Steve Kohlmann, PhD, CWB

Learn more about Carbon Sequestration efforts in rangelands and urban environments while benefiting disadvantaged communities and promoting equitable growth – a pioneering effort by Steve Kohlmann, an Associate/Senior Wildlife Biologist from LSA’s Point Richmond office.

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