CSRC Coordinating Council

Consortium Members ($15,000-$25,000)
  • City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineering – Cesar Bregaudit, Robert Nielsen
  • Orange County Public Works – Art Andrew
  • Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District – Jim McNeil, Shane Bender, Joshua Tremba
  • San Diego County, Department of Public Works – Ray Mathe
  • Riverside County Transportation Department – David McMillan, Ed Hunt, Tim Rayburn
  • Santa Clara Valley Water District – Kris Puthoff
  • City of Long Beach Energy Resources – Kimberley Holtz, Taleah Quemada
  • California Department of Transportation – Scott Martin, Mark Turner
  • Swift Navigation – Valérie Michel
  • Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego – Yehuda Bock
  • California Spatial Reference Center – Kimberley Holtz
Contributing Members ($1,000-$5,000)
  • Adkan Engineers – Tom Chrisman
  • Bock and Clark Corporation – Eric Berben
  • Burkett and Wong Engineers – Casey Lynch
  • California American Water – Stephen San Nicolas
  • Cardno Inc. – Sean Fitzpatrick
  • Coast Surveying Inc. – Ken Kasbohm, Gwen del Castillo
  • Dixon Marine Services Inc. – Jeff Haran
  • East Bay Municipal Water District – Steve Martin, Tara Sweet
  • East Bay Regional Parks – Duncan Marshall
  • Helix Water District – Rebecca Vanegas
  • Honda Research Institute USA Inc. – Paul Cummings
  • Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency – Satoshi Kogure, Mike Ramirez
  • LocusView Solutions – Eric Gakstatter
  • MBS Land Surveys – Michael B. Stanton
  • PSOMAS – Jeremy Evans
  • Quantum Spatial – Kenny Roberts
  • Rail Surveyors and Engineers Incorporated – Cody Festa
  • RBF Consulting – Company of Michael Baker Corporation
  • RSE Inc. – Cody Festa
  • Salsbury Engineering Inc. – Jon Gauthier
  • San Francisco Water Department – Edward Peterson
  • Southern California Gas Company – Gregory Irwin
  • SubCarrier Systems Corp. – David Kelley
  • Terra-Mark Surveying – Robert Shellman
  • US Army Corps of Engineers – Ronald Spencer

In February 2018, the CSRC published a new geodetic datum for California called “CSRS Epoch 2017.50 (NAD83)” under a Caltrans contract to SIO/SOPAC. The new epoch-date coordinates will be transmitted with RTCM 3.0 data streams starting March 1, 2018.