This project widens approximately 10 miles the existing I-10 freeway between the Los Angeles/San Bernardino County line and I-15 and includes two tolled express lanes in each direction, auxiliary lanes in select locations, improvements to existing on and off ramps, and HOV lane repurposing. In all, the project features reconstruction and/or modification of existing ramps at 10 interchanges, seven local arterials, and 24 structures, including box culverts, eight new bridges, improvements on 16 bridges, and 20 miles of new or reconstructed retaining walls and sound walls. The project requires five lanes of traffic remain open and moving during construction, working around residential neighborhoods, night work while keeping sound and vibration to minimum, work around unlimited utilities, and coordination between multiple agencies.
The $174 million 71 Freeway Project is phase 1 of two phases to widen existing 4 lane expressway between 10 FWY and 60 FWY to 8 lane freeway, provide carpool lanes, add mixed flow lane, one HOV lane each direction, replace two existing bridges over railroads and pedestrian overcrossing, sound walls, and construction of all retaining walls that include soil nails wall, ground anchors walls, type one walls, and soldier pile system wall.
$11.3 million I-10 at Alabama Street Interchange Improvement Project between Orange Tree Lane and Industrial Park Avenue. This project consists of widening Alabama Street with (HMA Pavement) and Cold Plane & Overlay in both directions to accommodate turn pockets onto I-10, widen east and west bound off-ramps at the interchange, Type 1 retaining walls, utility upgrades, new pavement, striping, replace traffic signals and other electrical work, drainage, ADA compliant curb ramps, sidewalks & landscape improvements, pedestrian push buttons and signals, and detectable warning surfaces at intersections where crosswalks are included and overhead sign structures.
This project modifies the elements in the field such as Ramp Metering, Traffic Signals, CMS, CCTV, TMS, and HAR, replaces all communication copper cables with Fiber Optic cables, replaces all the 170 controllers with 2070 controllers, install temporary wireless system for communication, changes all the IT elements to IP/Network system, changes all the CCTV cameras from analog to digital system, and replaces all the old 334 cabinets to the new 334LS cabinets.
Projects include sewer upgrades, underground and electrical conduits installations, permits, ADA sidewalk improvements, and neighborhood improvements.
SYRUSA Engineering, Inc. provided resident engineering, structure representative, and QSD services to the City of Corona for their Auto Center Drive Grade Separation Project. The project will provide better access onto Auto Center Drive, reduce traffic congestion at the existing at-grade crossing, and improve safety. The project included constructing a new bridge over BNSF’s two rail tracks to mitigate the increasing traffic. Auto Center Drive was elevated to connect to the new structure using MSE walls and retain walls. This project is in an environmentally sensitive area within the right of way of Prado Dam and the flood plain of the Santa Ana River. The project also included jacking of sewer lines under the railroad tracks as well as reclaimed water. In addition, the project required street improvements, including the construction of a 16” DIP water line, improvement to businesses, street lights, and traffic signal for West Corona Metro Station.
Additionally, the project required improvements to West Corona Metro Station. Our personnel reviewed and inspected traffic control systems for lane closures. We provided complete services for preparing and processing all documentation required. This includes preparing progress estimates, change orders, daily reports, filing, drafting correspondence, etc. Our personnel works on various shifts to fulfill the contract needs.
Syrusa Engineering, Inc. is a subconsultant to Hill International for Caltrans District 7’s On-Call Construction Management Contract. SYRUSA is augmenting Caltrans district 7’s construction division with a wide range of positions, including assistant resident engineers, field electrical engineers, landscape field architects, office engineers, office technicians, schedule engineers, and constructability reviewers. Our personnel reviews and inspect traffic control systems for lane closures. We provide complete services for preparing and processing all documentation required. This includes preparing progress estimates, change orders, daily reports, filing, drafting correspondence, etc. Our personnel works on various shifts to fulfill the contract needs. All personnel have been trained in safety procedures and are equipped with safety equipment.
These two contracts include over 45 projects. Under EA 0725060, Syrusa provides sound walls with masonry block, EA 0727860 includes sound walls construction, and EA 074T580 and 0729210 provide maintenance safety. EA 0728270 includes vine planting enhancement, and EA 0727930 requires installing pavement delineators, installing a traffic signal; and under EA 0728730, Syrusa provides stormwater source controls.
SYRUSA provides quality assurance inspection, contract administration, construction management, office engineering, construction reviews, scheduling and claim analysis, and final estimates.
The work on Routes 2, 14, 39, 101, 118, 138, 210, 110, 126, 134, 170, and I-5.
Syrusa Engineering, Inc. is providing resident assistant engineers for the $201 million Project. This project includes realignment and widening of SR-58 from a two-lane conventional highway to a 4-Lane expressway from post miles R22.2 to R31.1 in San Bernardino. It will also construct two interchanges on the widened and realigned portion of SR-58-one at Hinkley Road and the other at Lenwood Road. Work includes drainage structures, retaining walls, tie-back walls, street widening, AC paving, median reconstruction, traffic control, SWPPP, median barrier, slope paving, irrigation, utilities, electrical, and landscape. Syrusa is responsible for overseeing the entire construction activities and supporting the designer with field changes and contract change orders. Work also included coordination with utility companies, phone and cable companies, and Caltrans.
Haller Wash Bridge No. 54-1300R at P.M. R95.14 is a pre-cast pre-stressed bulb tee girder single-span bridge 120’-0” on Abutments with spread footings over a wash. R. Bersbach’s responsibility for this bridge is to verify the approach/departure grades profile for concrete barrier rail type 736 and determined must grind for deck profile.
SYRUSA performed fieldwork by inspecting rebar, forms, concrete, perform CT Test Methods for concrete cylinders/penetration tests, SWPPP issues, survey, and placement of Methacrylate deck treatment. Office work R. Bersbach performed were develop grades using 4-Scale, maintain project files, update logs for rebar, compaction, and concrete pour record, provide daily reports for field activity and submittal review.
Syrusa Engineering, Inc. was a sub-consultant to Athalye Consulting Engineering Services for Caltrans District 8 on-call construction management contract. Syrusa augmented Caltrans District 8 construction division with a wide range of positions. This contract included 19 separate projects with a value of over $1 billion. Services included but were not limited to: improve drainage, construct sound walls, construct concrete barriers, construct CIDH piles and pile caps for sound walls, improve traffic signals, street lighting improvements, maintain traffic, and improve safety. Our personnel reviewed and inspect traffic control systems for lane closures. We provided complete services for preparing and processing all documentation required. Our services included preparing progress estimates, change orders, daily reports, filing, drafting correspondence, etc. Our personnel works on various shifts to fulfill the contract needs. All personnel have been trained in safety procedures and are equipped with safety equipment.
SYRUSA Engineering, Inc. is providing assistant structure representative services for this $21 million Route I-40 east and west bounds 40 Miles West of Needles. This Federally-Funded project is located in San Bernardino County, California. The project consists of replacing the two-span Haller wash left & right bridges, two-span Rojo Wash left & right bridges, and the eight-span Clipper Valley wash left & right bridge. Haller bridge is to be replaced by PC/PS Bulb-Tee Girders. Rojo and Clipper Bridges to be replaced by PC/PS and PT Box Girders. This project will be completed in 500 working days. SYRUSA provides the assistant structure representative for the construction of the six new bridges replacing the old bridges at both sides of Route I-40 west of the City of Needles.
SYRUSA Engineering, Inc. is providing assistant structure representatives for the $1.3 Billion 91 Corridor in Corona, California. The project was funded through Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and Federally Funded. The work consists of replacing and realignment all the bridges from Magnolia Avenue overcrossing on the 15 FWY to Green River overcrossing. This project includes the I-15/SR-91 interchanges. The I-15 is being widened from south of the SR-91 Freeway. The SR-91 Freeway is widening at the East Grand undercrossing, the Main Street undercrossing, West, Grand Avenue, Buena Vista Avenue, Lincoln Avenue, Maple Avenue, Auto Center/Surface Club on- and off-ramps. In addition, the project includes retaining walls type one and MSE walls, utility relocation, new utilities, roadways improvements, and multiple business realignments and improvements. SYRUSA provides the Assistant Structure Representative (ASR) for the construction of the retaining walls and bridges. ASR is part of the team that oversees the independent quality assurance.
Project includes concrete pavement, barrier, HMA, Drainage, and electrical. Location Description: Los Angeles County in Los Angeles from Interstate 5 to Wheatland Ave Undercrossing.
1) Auto Center Drive Grade Separation
2) I-15 Express Lanes
3) Cenda Ditch Bridge Replacement
4) I-40 Improvement Project
5) Laguna Niguel Track Siding
6) HWY 395 at Mojave Drive
7) SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project Design Build
8) SR-405 Design Built Project.
9) Storm Drain Line 52
10) Los Alamitos Channel (OCPW)
11) 22E/57N Horseshoe Bridge Replacement