Specialty

SPECIALTY

Nid: 74
Pomona, CA

Concrete caisson of a CPV Panel measuring approx 73′ × 50′

Nid: 84
Las Vegas, NV

This civil structure was built to facilitate the drainage that occurs in the city of Las Vegas, NV. This drainage will be routed through concrete culverts, arches and channels for the city of Las Vegas and its outskirts. The facility encapsulates 991 linear feet of 11 feet to 16 feet of span Arch, 739 linear feet of 24 foot x 7 foot Arch, 1115 linear feet of (2) 24 foot x 7 foot Arches, 1009 linear feet of Collector Channels, 170 linear feet of (3) 12 foot x 4 foot Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) Box Culverts and finally 107 linear feet of (2) 12 foot x 4 foot NDOT Box Culvert.

Nid: 82
Las Vegas, NV

This civil structure was built to facilitate the drainage that occurs in the city of Las Vegas, NV. This drainage will be routed through concrete channels, and bridges for the city of Henderson and its outskirts. The facility encapsulates 7,177 linear feet of 40 foot to 52 foot x 10 foot to 15 foot maximum channel with a 8 foot x 5 foot reinforced concrete box junction, and (2) 8 foot x 4 foot reinforced concrete boxes. Included in this civil structure is a 120 foot x 70 foot energy dissipation structure.

Nid: 89
Lake Elsinore, CA

This beautiful 100 foot wide bridge consists of (3) 20 foot x 8.4 foot cast in place concrete arches designed to provide adequate strength for traffic flow as well as provide adequate capacity to sustain the amount of runoff that will occur from storms in the area.

Nid: 88
Menifee, CA

This beautiful 74 foot wide bridge consists of (1) 30 foot x 14.5 foot and (2) 32 foot x 13.5 foot cast in place concrete arches designed to provide adequate strength for traffic flow as well as provide adequate capacity for runoff and lake passage that will occur.

Nid: 85
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Las Vegas, NV

This bridge completes the large Vegas Grand project in order to create a gateway to new development in the Las Vegas area. The cast in place concrete girder system is established in provide adequate strength for traffic flow as well as provide adequate capacity to sustain the amount of runoff that will occur from storms in the area.