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Whitson Contracting & Management, Inc.

San Diego, CA 92127

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Company Info

  • Est. 2002
  • Size 5-9 Employees
  • Annual Vol Undisclosed

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Our Story

Whitson CM was formed in 2002 when it signed a construction management agreement to construct $65 million in roadway and heavy civil projects in San Diego, CA. Three of those projects under the construction management agreement were Caltrans’ permit projects along the Interstate 15 in Rancho Bernardo, CA. For each project under the construction management agreement, Whitson CM acted as the owner’s agent and the agent of the district and/or municipality. Whitson CM represented the interests of all of the project’s customers; the owner, Caltrans, the municipality, the contractor(s), the sub-consultants (geotechnical engineers, special inspectors, etc.) and the public. By utilizing Whitson CM’s vast experience in engineering contracting and environmental compliance alongside Whitson CM’s personnel work style for the project’s customers achieved the project’s goals ahead of the scheduled completion date and below budgeted costs. Thus demonstrating the cornerstone of  Whitson CM’s success is understanding all of the customers and providing to them the highest level of satisfaction.

Whitson CM is a Certified Small Business Enterprise (CA DGS#0037019). The company is centrally located in the North County of San Diego and serves all of Southern California and Arizona. Whitson CM’s staff is entirely composed of certified professionals in Stormwater Inspection, Erosion and Sediment Control, Qualified SWPPP Practitioners (QSP) and Qualified SWPPP Developers (QSD).

What We Do

Commercial Experience

Bridge Civil & Site Development Government Misc Project Office Building Road / Highway
Apartments & Condominiums Auto Dealership / Service Grocery Stores Hotel / Motel House Restaurant Retail Store Single Family Residential

Regions & Counties Serviced

  • San Diego and Imperial Counties

Arizona 11

  • Coconino
  • Gila
  • Graham
  • La Paz
  • Maricopa
  • Mohave
  • Navajo
  • Pima
  • Pinal
  • Yavapai
  • Yuma

California 16

  • Fresno
  • Imperial
  • Kern
  • Kings
  • Los Angeles
  • Monterey
  • Orange
  • Riverside
  • San Bernardino
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • San Luis Obispo
  • Santa Barbara
  • Santa Clara
  • Santa Cruz
  • Ventura

Our CSI Codes

01 35 16 - Alteration Project Procedures
01 57 13 - Temporary Erosion and Sediment Control
01 57 23 - Temporary Storm Water Pollution Control
02 05 19 - Geosynthetics for Existing Conditions
02 05 19.13 - Geotextiles for Existing Conditions
02 05 19.16 - Geomembranes for Existing Conditions
02 05 19.19 - Geogrids for Existing Conditions
02 24 13.43 - Water Assessment
02 32 23.13 - Groundwater Monitoring Before Construction
02 58 13 - Snow Fencing
02 71 00.00.01 - Groundwater Treatment
31 05 19 - Geosynthetics for Earthwork
31 05 19.13 - Geotextiles for Earthwork
31 05 19.16 - Geomembranes for Earthwork
31 05 19.19 - Geogrids for Earthwork
31 25 13 - Erosion Controls
31 25 23 - Rock Barriers
31 25 53 - Sedimentation Controls
31 25 63 - Rock Basins
31 31 19 - Vegetation Control
31 31 19.13 - Chemical Vegetation Control
31 32 19.19 - Geogrid Layer Separation
31 32 19.23 - Geotextile Layer Separation
31 34 19 - Geosynthetic Soil Reinforcement
31 34 19.13 - Geogrid Soil Reinforcement
31 34 19.16 - Geotextile Soil Reinforcement
31 34 23 - Fiber Soil Reinforcement
31 34 23.13 - Geosynthetic Fiber Soil Reinforcement
31 35 23.19 - Concrete Unit Masonry Slope Paving
31 37 13 - Machined Riprap
31 37 16 - Non-Machined Riprap
31 37 16.16 - Concrete Unit Masonry Riprap
31 37 16.19 - Sacked Sand-Cement Riprap
32 91 13.13 - Hydro-Punching
32 91 13.16 - Mulching
32 91 13.23 - Structural Soil Mixing
32 92 13 - Hydro-Mulching
32 92 19 - Seeding
32 92 19.13 - Mechanical Seeding
32 92 19.16 - Hydraulic Seeding
32 92 23 - Sodding
32 92 26 - Sprigging
32 92 26.13 - Stolonizing
33 06 40.13 - Storm Drainage Schedule
33 44 19 - Utility Storm Water Treatment
33 44 19.13 - In-Line Utility Storm Water Filters
33 44 19.16 - Catch Basin Insert Utility Storm Water Filters
33 44 19.19 - Utility Oil and Gas Separators
33 46 19.16 - Geocomposite Underslab Drainage
33 46 23.19 - Geosynthetic Drainage Layers
33 46 26 - Geotextile Subsurface Drainage Filtration
33 46 33 - Retaining Wall Drainage
34 82 19 - Bridge Pier Protection
35 31 29.40 - Stone Groins
35 42 29 - Grout-Bag Bank Protection
35 42 34 - Soil Reinforcement Bank Protection
35 43 29 - Grout-Bag Scour Protection
35 43 34 - Soil Reinforcement Scour Protection
44 01 40 - Operation and Maintenance of Water Treatment Equipment
44 42 13 - Aeration Water Treatment Equipment
44 42 16 - American Petroleum Institute Separators
44 42 19 - Water Treatment Blowers
44 42 23 - Water Treatment Clarifiers
44 42 29 - Water Treatment Compressors
44 42 33 - Water Treatment Digesters
44 42 36 - Water Treatment Dissolved Air Flotation Equipment
44 42 39 - Water Treatment Grit Collectors
44 42 43 - Water Treatment Induced Air Flotation Equipment
44 42 46 - Water Treatment Mixers
44 42 49 - Water Treatment Oil/Grease Interceptors
44 42 53 - Water Treatment Oil/Water Separators
44 42 56 - Water Treatment Pumps
44 42 63 - Water Treatment Sediment Removal Equipment
44 42 66 - Water Treatment Skimmers
44 42 73 - Water Treatment Tanks/Tank Liners
44 43 13.13 - Bag Water Filters
44 43 13.16 - Cartridge Water Filters
44 43 13.19 - Fabric Water Filters
44 43 13.23 - Multimedia Water Filters
44 43 13.26 - Packaged Water Filters
44 43 23 - Water Filter Presses
44 43 26 - Rotary-Drum Water Filtration Equipment
44 43 33 - Water Filtration Screens
44 43 36 - Vacuum Water Filtration Equipment
44 44 16 - Water Chlorinators
44 44 26 - Dissolved-Solids Water Treatment Equipment
44 44 43 - Water Heavy Metals Treatment Equipment
44 44 59 - Water pH Adjustment Equipment
44 44 63 - Water Polymers Equipment
44 44 66 - Water Precipitators
44 44 73 - Water Ultraviolet Radiation Equipment
44 45 16 - Water Bubble Membrane Diffusers
44 46 13 - Sludge Conveyors

Project Experience

  • Non-Union
  • Prevailing Wages (Davis Bacon)
  • Public
  • Private
  • New Projects
  • Service Work/Repairs
  • Projects From $10,000 to $10,000,000

Diversity

  • Small Business Enterprise

Gallery

Featured Image 1
QSP/QSD Certified Staff - Trainer of Record for the CGP
Featured Image 2
Estates at Costa Del Mar
Featured Image 3
Carmel Valley Road
Featured Image 4
Site Development Projects: Construction Management and General Contracting

Associations & Memberships

CASQA (California Stormwater Quality Assn.)
CASQA (California Stormwater Quality Assn.)
ADEQ (Arizona Dept. of Environmental Quality)
ADEQ (Arizona Dept. of Environmental Quality)
CISEC (Certified Inspector of Sediment & Erosion Control)
CISEC (Certified Inspector of Sediment & Erosion Control)
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)
Green Building Council
Green Building Council
IECA (International Erosion Control Assn.)
IECA (International Erosion Control Assn.)
WEF (Water Environment Federation)
WEF (Water Environment Federation)
CPESC (Certified Professional In Erosion & Sediment Control)
CPESC (Certified Professional In Erosion & Sediment Control)
ADOT (Arizona Dept. of Transportation)
ADOT (Arizona Dept. of Transportation)
CPSWQ (Certified Professional In Storm Water Quality)
CPSWQ (Certified Professional In Storm Water Quality)
SBE (Small Business Enterprise)
SBE (Small Business Enterprise)
CESSWI (Certified Erosion, Sediment & Storm Water Inspector)
CESSWI (Certified Erosion, Sediment & Storm Water Inspector)
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