This complex 5-stage project in the City of Industry involves multiple phases, including extensive railroad track, retaining wall, bridge, sewer, and storm drain construction, with a primary focus on minimizing disruption to adjacent businesses and addressing specific railroad infrastructure needs.
Alameda Corridor Projects
Pier 300 (Seaside Ave./Navy Way Grade Separation and Seaside Navy Way/Navy Mole Grade Separation)
The construction of two multi-span concrete bridges on Seaside Ave. elevated the road for future unit train services, utilized cost-efficient MSE walls, maintained 24-hour shipping terminal access, involved multi-jurisdictional coordination, and received recognition for excellence in project management.
I-10 Riverside Avenue Interchange
BergCM served as Prime for this $35.7 million interchange replacement project, featuring ramp widening, bridge reconstruction, traffic management, coordination with BNSF, and interaction with residents, businesses, and truck traffic.
Limonite Grade Avenue Separation/Pedley Commuter Rail Station
Located at a busy intersection, the project was constructed simultaneously with adjacent Tranny-Award-winning Metrolink Blue Line Station and included construction of a pump station.
Raymond Avenue Grade Separation
BergCM served as Prime for this grade separation project, which had detour routes, retaining walls, landscaping, utility relocations, signals, demolition and roadway reconstruction, paving and catch basins.
Gypsum Canyon Bridge Over the Santa Ana River
This $20 million arterial road bridge was constructed across the environmentally sensitive and seasonally active Santa Ana River and required extensive interfacing and permit work with Caltrans.
Eisenhower Drive Bridge Widening and Drainage Improvements
BergCM oversaw construction, inspection, and monitoring for the Eisenhower Bridge Widening project in La Quinta, which included traffic control, a concrete bridge, and signalization, marking the completion of the city's $2.5 million arterial program