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  • what we do

    We are service oriented professionals in Civil & Transportation Engineering, Construction Management, Landscape Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Planning, Public Works Administration, Surveying / GIS Solutions, and Water Resources. We understand the importance of thoughtful collaboration in order to deliver meaningful, elegant and cost-effective planning, design and engineering solutions for the needs of our community.

  • who we are

    Wallace Group is a reflection of the communities we serve. We are neighbors, family members, active volunteers, professionals, and leaders in our business and personal communities. We believe in contributing, and we have a commitment to the long-term health and viability of our built environment.

  • why we do it

    Since our founding in 1984, our focus and passion has centered on the personal side of business. We value our partnerships; we believe in earning trust and work diligently to demonstrate integrity, fairness, and reliability to our clients and amongst our staff. At Wallace Group we love what we do and the value it provides to people. Our work reflects our Dedication to Service and results in high value services and quality products for our clients and our environment.

the latest news

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02/ 14/ 2018
Director of Landscape Architecture, Brandon Medeiros, along with SLO County Parks Planner, Elizabeth Kavanaugh, received honorable mention at the APWA awards for our work on the San Miguel Community Park. The Central Coast Chapter APWA Public Works Project of the Year Awards were established to promote excellence in management and administration of public works projects by recognizing the alliance between the managing agency, the consulting engineer/architect, and the contract who complete public works projects.   san_miguel_community_park IMG_7500
02/ 12/ 2018
Wallace Group President/ CEO Brad Brechwald was honored by the Home Builders Association for his role in Government Affairs for the HBA.  He received certificates of recognition from Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham and State Senator Bill Monning.
02/ 08/ 2018
  Director of Landscape Architecture, Brandon Medeiros, attended a ribbon-cutting celebration at Barney Schwartz Park in Paso Robles to officially open the new playground. The play space encourages high-energy activities designed for children ages two to twelve years old. https://pasoroblesdailynews.com/ribbon-cutting-ceremony-celebrate-completion-new-playground/79314/ Brandon Barney Schwartz Ribbon CuttingBarney-Schwartz-Park-children-600x429    
02/ 06/ 2018
Our annual Chili Cook-Off was an eye-watering, tongue burning, taste-bud scorching event. The girls took home all the bragging rights. Bianca won Wildest and best presentation with her “Don’t Mess With Texas” Chili. Julia showed true dedication by delivering her delicious chili without being able to attend the event, winning best name and best overall. 20180202_124430 20180202_124358 20180202_12442320180202_124458
01/ 11/ 2018
Dacé Morgan from the Wallace Group were on hand for the park's ribbon cutting ceremony

Steve Tanaka and Dacé Morgan from the Wallace Group were on hand for the park's ribbon cutting ceremony

On Saturday, January 6, 2018, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians opened “Kitiyepumú” Park.  The Tribe’s children were instrumental in choosing the Park’s name.  Kitiyepumú means Our Playing Place, which is a very fitting name for the park.  The park includes a large grass sports field, a basketball court with regulation and junior baskets, a tennis court, a sand volleyball court, a play structure, five fitness stations, and picnic tables and barbecues.  The Park utilizes recycled water generated from the Tribe's water reclamation facility for all Park irrigation, and has incorporated native, drought tolerant plantings, and stormwater quality treatment areas.  To better serve the increased recycled water demands, the Tribe added a new 220,000 gallon recycled water storage tank to their overall recycled water delivery system. In order to construct Kitiyepumú, over 25,000 cubic yards of material was removed from the site, and was used to construct a new bridge and roadway to connect the South and North Reservations which were bisected by the East Fork Zanja de Cota Creek. This new connector, which has been in the planning since the mid-2000s, enhances safety to the residents and Chumash Casino Resort by allowing a quicker emergency response and alternative means of access all areas of the Reservation. This new connector also allows residents alternative means of ingress and egress to the Reservation during times of heavy traffic from the Chumash Casino Resort. Chairman Kenneth Kahn led the ribbon cutting ceremony and spoke of Kitiyepumú Park as being a place for the children to play, stay active, develop a healthy lifestyle and enjoy the environment.  The Park design and layout was a collaborative effort between Wallace Group's Landscape and Civil Departments, the Tribe, and Summit Project Management. Wallace Group was proud to have been the Civil Engineers and Landscape Architects for this amazing project! Chumash Kitiyepumu ParkChumash Kitiyepumu ParkIMG_3132IMG_3134