Rajappan & Meyer Consulting Engineers, Inc
Civil, Structural, Traffic & Transit Engineering

BNSF Intermodal Facility - Stockton

Stockton, CA

Design - completed 1998

Construction - completed 2002

R & M was retained by the county of San Joaquin to prepare a traffic impact study for the relocation of the existing BNSF intermodal facility in Stockton, California to a "greenfield" site in an unincorporated area of San Joaquin County. The proposed site was relocated to improve rail-truck operations, increase lift operation capacity and modernize facilities. The site consists of approximately 470 acres, located east of Austin Road, west of Jack Tone Road, and south of the main line right of way owned by BNSF. This project cost $50 million.

Traffic Engineering



San Jose City Hall Project - San Jose

San Jose, CA

Design - completed 1999

Construction - completed 2005

R & M was assigned to prepare preliminary site demolition, utility and infrastructure costs for the new Civic Center Complex. R & M prepared the following plans and components; existing utilities and parcels, conceptual plan for utility abandonment and relocation, conceptual plan for site demolition, clearing, grubbing and grading. Conceptual plans for stubbing in water lines, sanitary, storm, electrical service, cost estimate for utilities, site preparation, new utility stubs, conceptual site preparation report and Traffic Impact Assessment for EIR.

Mountain View Transit Center - Mountain View

Mountain View, CA

Design - completed 1999

Construction - completed 2002

As a traffic sub-consultant SBA Architects, R & M prepared all preliminary civil plans for Evelyn Avenue between Castro and Calderon, the park-n-ride layout for the station, station periphery layout and proposed signal plans as part of the Downtown Mountain View Transit Center conceptual study for the City of Mountain View.


Route 132 East Infill Widening Project - Modesto

Modesto, CA

Design - completed 2008

Construction - completed 2010

This project included design of 3 modifies and 4 new traffic signals, drainage, roadway lighting and new pavement elevations to conform to the Modesto-Empire Traction Company. Extensive coordination with Caltrans, Modesto Irrigation District and the City of Modesto Public Works was required to achieve project approval, utility connections and drainage. Project design was completed in 2008 with construction in 2010. R & M also provided construction support as an independent engineer, including reviewing contractor's submittals, responding to RFI' s, reviewing alternative construction methods and materials, making intermittent field visits and providing solutions to construction issues on site.