$73.5M Bus Facility Goes For Gold In Los Angeles

ENR CA MetroBusFacilityNovember 2012
MARRS is the Construction Manager on the new $73.5-million bus facility for the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Being built to achieve LEED Gold certification, the 442,265-sq-ft project will stack  vehicles in a state-of-the art three-story building. Click here to read the article published in ENR Magazine. 


WBEC West Supplier of the Year Nominee - Class 2

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MARRS, a WEBENC certification holder, was a 2012 nominee for the Women's Business Enterprise Council - West 9th Annual Strategic Proceurement Opportunity Conference and Awards Gala in San Diego, CA. Visit the WEBEC-West website for more information.


OCTA Capital Program Forum 2010

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MARRS president Rubina Chaudhary was one of three participants on a small business panel, hosted by The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), to share her expertise and strategy as a growing small business owner. MARRS and OCTA have worked together on many projects since 2001.

ACEC-CA LA Chapter Member of The Year

MARRS-ACEC-CA-LA-2010June 2010
MARRS was awarded "Member of the Year" distinction from the ACEC-CA Los Angeles Capter on June 10, 2010. MARRS President, Rubina Chaudhary, also serves on the ACEC-CA Los Angeles Chapter Board from 2010 through 2012.

MARRS HQ Relocates and Expands

MARRS moved its corporate headquarters to Fullerton, CA and expanded operations to Downtown Los Angeles, CA. For our new locations, please visit our Contact Us page.

SCOOP Small Business Success Story

San-Diego-County-Water-AuthoritySeptember 2009
As part of the San Diego County Water Authority's "Small Contractor Outreach and Opportunities Program" (SCOOP), MARRS president Rubina Chaudhary presented her success story in growing and developing MARRS at the Committee Meeting held on September 2, 2009 at SDCWA's Library Conference Room.

Become an Engineer! - Internships and E-Week

MARRS began support for the Become an Engineer campaign in 2007, furthering its efforts to educate and bring engineering career ideas to High School Students in the Southern California. MARRS has supported E-Week (Engineer's Week) since February 2008, brining engineering orientation presentations to High Schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. MARRS has been sponsoring high school student internships since 2005 and is a proud participant of the City of Los Angeles Public Works High School Internship Program in addition to the CalSOP program. For our more information on MARRS internships and student outreach programs, please Contact Us.


2006-2007 Quality & Productivity Award, City of LA

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The City of Los Angeles presented MARRS President, Rubina Chauhdary, with the 2006-2007 Quality and Productivity Award for outstanding contributions in developing and delivering SMARTS©. The SMARTS© program is a innovative and streamlined design approach for the Seconday Sewer Renewal Project (60 Mile Proram)

Highlight of the Year: MARRS Services, Inc.

MWDofSC LOGOThe Metropolitan Water District of Southern California: It Takes Relationships
Article: Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Annual Report 2004-2005

ASCE Pump Station 30A Award

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MARRS and the City of San Diego was presented with  the Award of Merit by the American Society of Civil Engineers San Diego Section, for the successful and exemplary completion of the Sewer Pump Station 30A Alternative project.

Small Business Person Of The Year

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Santa Ana, Calif. – Rubina Chaudhary, president of MARRS Services, Inc. of Fullerton has been named Minority Small Business Person of the Year for the Santa Ana District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

The official SBA news release may be found here: SBA - Santa Ana, CA


Fullerton Exec Receives Minority Business Award

ocregister logoOctober 22, 2004
"Rubina Chaudhary, president of MARRS Services in Fullerton, is the 2004 Minority Small Business Person for the Santa Ana district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration. The honor was announced Thursday at the annual Minority Enterprise Development breakfast in Ontario, Ca."
- By Jan Norman, Full Article - OC Register Oct. 22, 2004


Mom Engineers Success

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"Making Their Mark: Why.. Rubina Chuadhary [President of MARRS Services Inc].. and other minority women are today's fastest-growing group of business owners."
By Steve Smith, OC Metro : Cover Story, July 25th, 2002

"Rubina Chaudhary's humble beginning resulted in MARRS Services, a firm that provides management, engineering, and training services in the public works and environmental fields."

"With guidance and inspiration.. [Rubina] Chaudhary started MARRS Services and has never looked back."

"Women in Business, 2001, was a national study conducted by the Small Business Administration (SBA) that revealed that women business owners have developed into a powerful economic resource. According to the report:

• Women-owned businesses generated $819 billion in revenue.
• Women-owned businesses employed more than 7 million workers.
• Women-owned businesses had nearly $150 billion in payroll.
• Women-owned businesses represented about one-quarter of all non-farm businesses and almost one-third of all sole-proprietorships.
• Women's share of total self-employment increased from 22 percent in 1976 to 38 percent in 2000.
• In 1999, only 12 percent of self-employed women were minorities."

The full story can be found on the OC Metro website.

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