The project was a complete rebuild of a 1970’s parking lot in the City of Mountain view.
The job was completed in 1 day and consisted of milling and installing over 1,000 tons of asphalt.
This project consisted of heavy traffic control, asphalt milling and asphalt installation along San Jose city streets. The total project consisted of over 1,000 linear feet of asphalt installation for curb and gutters and reworking disturbed city streets due to underground drilling.
Installation of new utility lines for portable offices and construction of concrete pads for PG&E transformers was completed in Richmond, CA.
The project lasted 15 days and included parking lot improvements for underground contractors along with trenching for various electric subcontractors on the project.
Restoration of city streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters was needed after completion of power upgrades by MGE Underground.
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The City of Salinas required removal of contaminated materials from the 1920s. The project required 12 days of construction with multiple planning meetings and coordination with City officials.
The project was completed during the COVID-19 pandemic and included strict precautions to allow for the safe and on-time completion of the project and adverse conditions due to homeless encampments in the surrounding area.