• 66th Avenue Grade Separation - The 66th Avenue Grade Separation project consists of a new bridge crossing over State Route (SR) 111, Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) tracks, and Hammond Road including realignment of SR 111. Due to the projected regional population growth, the vehicular and train traffic is expected to increase and cause additional congestion and delays at 4th Street, […]
  • Bartlett Springs over Cache Creek Bridge Rehabilitation - In 2019, MGE was issued a 3-year (with 2 option years) contract to provide construction management services as required for replacement or rehabilitation of County bridge projects. Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP) and Toll Credit funds are being used for the bridge projects. MGE recently completed the following project under this contract: The Bartlett Springs […]
  • Battery Backup Retrofit at Various Traffic Signals - In 2021, the City of Santa Rosa completed the Battery Backup Retrofit at Various Traffic Signals project which retrofitted 170 existing traffic signal controller cabinets with a battery backup system (BBS) to provide emergency power to traffic signals in the event of a power loss. The majority of traffic signals in the City of Santa […]
  • Canyon Country Community Center Phase III Offsite Improvements - The City of Santa Clarita (City) is the third largest city in Los Angeles County encompassing over 70 square miles of land and an approximate population of 225,000. The City consistently builds projects that correspond to all users of the local street and road system, and provide access to safe and efficient multi-modal transportation options […]
  • City of Santa Barbara Streets Crew Paving Program - The City of Santa Barbara restructured our Streets Division with the goal of designing a more productive streets maintenance program. We looked at the productivity of all our tasks, and assessed the value for each task. Our goal was to maximize the productivity of high value tasks performed by Streets crews. Using computerized maintenance management […]
  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology Project - The City of Santa Clarita is located in a wildfire prone area and experiences strong winds. As a result, Southern California Edison over the past few years has initiated more than ten Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) affecting thousands of residents as well as critical City infrastructure such as traffic signals. While the City has […]
  • Keith Drive, Et Al - Over the past decade, Los Angeles County Public Works (Public Works) has utilized sustainable pavement treatments with outstanding success. Public Works continues its commitment to preserving and improving the quality of roads in a cost effective and environmentally responsible way. California mandate AB 32, a state law requiring the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, […]
  • Lodge Road PM 0.6 Emergency Slide Repair - Winter storms in December 2021 led to numerous slope and road failures throughout Santa Cruz County. At Lodge Road, an approximately 130 lineal foot section of outboard slope and roadway were lost due to a slope failure that transitioned into a debris flow, damming up downslope drainage and scouring the mountainous landscape. The County of […]
  • Lodoga Stonyford Road Pavement Distress Evaluation and Road Rehabilitation - The Lodoga Stonyford Road Rehabilitation project involved an evaluation for potential causes of pavement distress and the design for reconstruction of an 11,167-foot section of a rural two-lane road. The project began at the Little Stony Creek Bridge on Lodoga Stonyford Road on the west extending to the intersection with Sites Lodoga Road on the […]
  • North Trunk Sewer Replacement Project Mendocino Ave to Terra Linda Dr - The project is located on Chanate Rd between Mendocino Ave and Terra Linda Dr in northeast Santa Rosa. The existing sewer pipeline was over 60 years old, difficult to maintain and located along Paulin Creek, making it susceptible to failures and sanitary sewer overflows. The sewer main was relocated to Chanate Road requiring excavation to […]
  • Oakhurst Midtown Connector - The Oakhurst Midtown Connector project includes construction of a new, two-lane road connecting State Route 41 with Indian Springs Road to create a secondary access route improving circulation for daily traffic to/from the school road corridor and providing for a secondary evacuation route in the event of emergency. The new route will also provide better […]
  • Ramona Expressway Resurfacing - The County of Riverside recently completed a 9.25-mile resurfacing project along Ramona Expressway between Rider St and Warren Road. The project used various treatment strategies which were efficient and sustainable to help restore or extend the life of the existing pavement. The first treatment used was a direct overlay between Rider St and Lakeview Ave, […]
  • Repair of Storm Damaged Roadways – FEMA Disasters - The project includes repairs to roadways and a culvert caused by storm events. Jim Crow Road – Large RSP/sacked concrete, reconstruct upper portion of embankment and shoulder Brandy City (2 Sites) – Site 1) Saw-cut AC remove 5’ AC 2′ shoulder 3 feet deep 140 LF, restore base and structural section. Site 2) Remove and […]
  • Shell Beach Streetscape - Project Description – The Shell Beach Streetscape project is an 18 block long Complete Streets project improving safety and livability in the community for users of all ages and abilities by reconstructing the roadway, increasing lighting and landscaping, adding an 8-foot-wide multi-use path to accommodate bicycles and pedestrians, and painting sharrows in the traffic lanes. […]
  • Soda Springs Road Over South Yuba River Bridge Replacement Project - In 2021 Nevada County completed the replacement bridge over the South Yuba River on Soda Springs Road. The previously constructed bridge was built in 1965 and was determined by Caltrans to be structurally deficient due to the deteriorating deck condition. The previous bridge also did not meet current hydraulic requirements and subsequently had flood conditions […]
  • Yucaipa Boulevard Widening Project – Phase I and II - Since our incorporation in 1989, Yucaipa Boulevard has been the gateway into the city. Over the decades, the city has continued to make the necessary improvements which have successfully supported the growth of this community and stimulated economic opportunities. Most recently, this can be seen in the widening of Yucaipa Boulevard from 15th St. to […]