Presidio Coastal Trail (Completed Spring 2012)

About Us

At Campbell Grading Inc., we are privileged to work in some of the most beautiful and sensitive areas in California. Our projects are orchestrated in backcountry settings to heavily trafficked urban areas. Our focus on all projects, from habitat restoration to trail design and construction, is to protect the essence of these treasured spaces and ensure their continued use for generations to come.


When Campbell Grading, Inc. employees were asked what it is they enjoy about their job, all employees voiced that they enjoy the small size of the company. This allows the employees to work closely with Barth Campbell as well as enjoy the company of their fellow coworkers. In addition, our employees enjoy the locations that they get the opportunity to work in and partaking in the transformation of these sites from start to finish.




Kevin Soiland Superintendant


Kevin Soiland is one of Campbell Grading, Inc.'s journeyman. His past work and experience has made him a valuable part of the team. Kevin has been a mechanic and an equipment operator for most of his life. He recently became a Class A driver, after passing his test with flying colors.  This has allowed him to drive Campbell Grading, Inc.'s largest truck, the Peterbuilt 4x4 Service Lube Truck, to the sites where he is able to do maintenance and repair equipment. His wide range of skills has allowed him to be a part of every step in the installation of Park Tread; from quarrying, to stockpiling, to delivery, and to installation.

Miguel Salinas Journeyman Carpenter


Miguel Salinas is a Journeyman Carpenter with over 2 years of experience as a project foreman and over 14 years of experience as a carpenter working on project layout, surveying, and grade‐checking on a variety of projects. Miguel conducts daily project tracking of equipment, labor, and materials. He manages project schedules, material purchasing and handling, and subcontractors. He oversees the in-field safety program with weekly safety meetings and daily site inspections. Miguel excels in communication skills with employees and clients as well as problem solving that save projects time and money. He always keeps project sites well organized, clean, and safe. Miguel is trained and sensitive to environmental issues (e.g. California re-legged frog, San Francisco Garter Snake, and Coho Salmon).

Ricardo Espinoza Journeyman Equipment Operator, General Labor


Ricardo Espinoza has over 20 years of experience with Campbell Grading, Inc. using both heavy and light equipment to conduct trail work in sensitive environmental areas, including parks and open space. Ricardo has worked and overseen crews on trail and road construction projects, road‐to‐trail conversion projects, channel excavation projects, drainage improvement projects, root wad installation projects, and road and trail decommissioning projects. He uses proven construction methods to safely perform work in unstable terrain, steep areas (over 35%), archeologically sensitive area, and other high skill‐level or environmentally-sensitive settings. He has been an asset to Campbell Grading, Inc. longer than any other employee. He contibutes this to his passion for the work that the Campbell Grading, Inc. does and the ability to share his work and what he enjoys with the public.

Javier Perez General Labor


Javier Perez specializes in hand excavation around roots, traffic control and safety, fire prevention, stockpile management, erosion control installation, and Park Tread® installation. He assists and performs a wide range of jobs with a great attitude and enthusiasm for the job. He feels lucky to be able to work around plants, animals, and history. He is a favorite for hand excavation around trees, due to his tedious and careful digging. His willingness to learn a wide range of skills and tasks quickly is admired.