Cannon’s 13th Annual Well Worth It Drive-Thru BBQ: A Smokin’ Success!

For the thirteenth year running, Cannon hosted their Well Worth It Drive-Thru BBQ in the last week of July to raise awareness and funds for the global water crisis. This year’s Drive-Thru BBQ raised a successful $8,500 to be directly donated to clean water infrastructure projects through Cannon’s charitable partner, Charity: Water. In total, 260 tri-tip dinners were sold, with

Read More

Latest News

Plans Progress for Scenic Cayucos to Morro Bay Connector Path


Recently, the County of San Luis Obispo’s plan to connect Cayucos and Morro Bay via a scenic, multiuse pathway was highlighted in the San Luis Obispo Tribune. The article explains that the connector project, 15 years in the making, will “allow hikers, cyclists, and runners to travel the scenic stretch of coastline between Morro Bay and Cayucos.” The project will...

Read More

2023 Annual Coaster Ride Finishes Strong!


Over the last weekend of September, Cannon’s group of cycling enthusiasts – also known as the Cannon Coasters – covered over 160 miles along the breathtaking California State Highway 1. Starting their three-day adventure in Point Reyes Station, they pedaled 50 miles to Mill Valley on day one. The second day saw a 64-mile journey from Mill Valley to Santa...

Read More

City of Pismo Beach Celebrates Ocean Boulevard Opening


On September 8th, 2023, at 4:00 p.m., The City of Pismo Beach celebrated the newly completed Ocean Boulevard Improvements Project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Community members, the project team, City officials, and members of the press convened on the bluffs to announce the project completion, followed by a neighborhood party with music and food. The Ocean Boulevard Improvements Project stabilized...

Read More

Batter Up! Baseball for Water


This year, Well Worth It was a Charity Sponsor for San Luis Obispo’s Blues Baseball team! On July 19th, 2023, Cannon hosted a table and sponsored guests to attend a fun evening of drinks and snacks at Sinsheimer Park Baseball Stadium! The game kicked off with the first pitch at 6:00 p.m. against the Orange County Riptides. Cannon guests received...

Read More

Project Success: Morro Bay Transit Hub Ribbon Cutting


On June 28th, 2023, at 9:00a.m., The City of Morro Bay Public Works Department invited stakeholders, team members, and the public to a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the recently completed Transit Hub project. The Hub serves as a key connection point for the City’s local Morro Bay Transit service, Regional Transit Authority (RTA) interregional service, and San Luis Coastal Unified...

Read More

ASCE SLO Branch Awards Honor Local Projects


On May 18th, 2023, several projects were awarded honors by the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) San Luis Obispo Branch. The following agencies earned recognition in various categories: • California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly): Fremont Hill Landslide Stabilization Project • City of San Luis Obispo: Tank Farm and Orcutt Road Roundabout, and • MI San...

Read More

Central Coast Branch APWA honors Cal Poly Fremont Slope Stabilization Project


Cannon’s Cal Poly Fremont Slope Stabilization project has been awarded the APWA Project of the Year in the Disaster Relief >$15m category. In February of 2017, a 1950’s landslide was reactivated behind Freemont Hall during the heavy 2016-2017 rainy season. The slide forced the immediate evacuation of Fremont Hall, which sat vacant until September 2022. The initial emergency response included...

Read More

Cannon’s Holiday Cheer Meets Charitable Giving


Cannon believes that there is no better way to give during the holiday season than to give to those who truly need it. The 2022 holiday season was no exception – Cannon raised and donated $1,150.00 to charitable groups in November and December. Cannon kicked off the holiday giving in November with our No-Shave November campaign. No-Shave November, also known...

Read More

Main West Tank Project Wins Two ASCE Awards


Each year, the American Society of Civil Engineers announce awards at branch, regional, and state levels to recognize individuals and projects that advance the civil engineering profession. This year, The City of Paso Robles claimed the Outstanding Water Project Award for their Main West Tank project at both the San Luis Obispo branch and greater Los Angeles Section levels. The...

Read More

Fremont Hall Restoration Project Success


California Polytechnic State University’s (Cal Poly) Fremont Hall dormitory, which was built in the late 1950s, was impacted by a slow-moving landslide and was immediately evacuated. Now, with the completion of a project that stabilized and restored the slope and surrounding hillside, the dorm is renovated and safely occupied after three years of vacancy. The landslide occurred during February 2017...

Read More