Featured Projects

Apple Valley Projects

Apple Valley Desert Water Reuse Project
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Consisting of Constructing Approximately 6500 Lineal Feet of New Recycled Water Main running from a 362,000 Gallon Bolted Steel Water Tank and a 245,000 Gallon Bolted Steel Water Tank being pushed by three Booster Pumps pushing out an average of 3500 RPM from Motors up to 40 HP in order to convert the source of irrigation water at four locations from potable water to reclaimed water from the Apple Valley Water Reclamation Plant and retrofitting the existing irrigation system at each site to utilize reclaimed water.  Irrigating with reclaimed water will reduce the use of potable groundwater and the demand on the stressed Mojave River Groundwater Basin at Lenny Brewster, Civic Center, and Thunderbird Parks in Apple Valley, Ca.

Consisting of Constructing Due to an Active Transportation Program grant in order to design and construct improvements to improve mobility to the Mariana Academy, Sandia Academy, and Apple Valley High School.  Improvements include street widening, Approximately 3,600 Lineal Feet of curb and gutter, 160,000 Square Feet of sidewalks, 23 ADA ramps, and high visibility crosswalks.  In addition, the Class I bike path connecting Apple Valley High School to Tussing Ranch Road and from Navajo Road to Mendel Road in Apple Valley, Ca.

Apple Valley South Safe Routes to School Project
Barstow Projects
Hutchinson St Water Main Install Phase 2 Project
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Main St 5th to Yucca Water Main Install Project

Consisting of Constructing Approximately 1800 Lineal Feet of New Water Main running down Main Street Barstow and Adjustments to over 50 Commercial and Residential Water Service Laterals with nearly 100,000 Square Feet of Road Resurfacing in order to Improve Water Distribution in the City of Barstow.  

Consisting of Constructing Approximately 6000 Lineal Feet of New Water Main Running down Main St Barstow and Adjustments to over 100 Commercial and Residential Water Service Laterals with nearly 160,000 Square Feet of Road Resurfacing in order to Improve Water Distribution in the City of Barstow.  

Lancaster Projects

Avenue K Transmission Main Phase IV Project

Consisting of constructing approximately 5,350 linear feet of 24-inch diameter steel transmission main and the performance of other appurtenant work, and Approximately 65,000 SF of Asphalt Paving in Lancaster, Ca.

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Needles Projects

Needles First Year Pavement Phase 2 Project

Consisting of Removing and Replacing approximately 340,000 Sf of various thicknesses of asphalt pavement and replace with 1-1 /2 or 2" Asphalt Pavement including Petromat. Approximately  30,000 SF of Concrete Removal, 2500 SF of R&R 6" Asphalt, 700 LF of Curb and Gutter, 1100 SF of Sidewalk, and 14 ADA Ramps in various locations located in Needles, Ca.

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Ontario Projects

Bon View Ave Storm Drain Project
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Consisting of Constructing Approximately 1,500 Lineal Feet of New Vitrified Clay Sewer Line ranging from 8 inches to 21 inches with 7 New City Sewer Manholes, and Over 20,000 Square Feet of Road Resurfacing in order to Improve the Flow of Sewer for the Commercial Properties in the vicinity located in Central Ontario, Ca.

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Consisting of Constructing Approximately 4,300 Lineal Feet of New Concrete Reinforced Storm Drain ranging from 18 inches to 78 inches including trench repair, construction of 16 New Storm Water Catch Basins with local depressions, 11 New City Manholes, 4 Junction Structures, connector pipe screen (CPS) units, over 50 Residential Water Service Laterals, Removals, and Over 100,000 Square Feet of Road Resurfacing in order to Improve the Drainage of Storm Water in Central Ontario, Ca.

Ontario Industrial Offsite Sewer Project

Victorville Projects

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Sewer Capacity Improvements C1 Project

Consisting of replacing approximately 3,022 lineal feet of existing 10-inch vitrified clay pipe with 15-inch polyvinyl chloride (PVC SDR-35) pipe. Including excavation, trench bracing, shoring, removal, construction, and reconnection of new sewer pipes to existing manholes, rechanneling manhole bases along with installing a casing around the pipe under the existing City-owned railroad track without interrupting the operation using Jack & Bore method all located on Nisqualli Rd in Victorville, Ca.

Wrightwood Projects

Park Drive Area Main Replacement Project

Consisting of Constructing Approximately 700 LF of New Water Main including 100 across Highway 2 following all DOT requirements. This project also included the rerouting of approximately 40 house water service lines in various locations in Wrightwood, Ca.

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Yucaipa Projects

Yucaipa Roundabouts Project
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Consisting of Constructing Single-Lane Roundabouts, Approximately 6,400 Lineal Feet of concrete curb and gutter, Approximately 8,700 Square Feet of Concrete Driveway Approaches, 13,200 Square Feet of Sidewalk, Over 20 ADA Curb Ramps, Over 50,000 Square Feet of Asphalt Pavement Road Restorations, Private Property Improvements, Grading, drainage, and Approximately 1,500 Lineal Feet of New Storm Drain Improvements ranging from 18 inches to 42 inches with 9 New Storm Water Catch Basins, 7 New City Manholes and the Replacement of multi-way stops at 2 intersections with a single lane roundabout while Widening the Street in order to Improve the Drainage of Storm Water and Improve the Commute through Upper Yucaipa, Ca.