Project Dates: 2005-2006
Project Costs: Construction Cost $110,000,000
The Project consisted of realignment and replacement of the interchange at Highway 99 and East Mission Avenue. The new interchange was being built in order to accommodate the new UC Merced college campus.
The Project entailed realigning the freeway at both approaches to the interchange, new ramps, new overcrossings, bridges, large earthwork fills, detours, asphalt and concrete paving, and temporary supports.
This project was part of our Caltrans District 9/10 On-Call Project. Other projects included Highway 99 – Hammer Lane Improvements, Highway 4 improvements, Livingston Interchange, Sonora fill project, and various other emergency repair and related projects.
THG’s scope of work consisted of providing Construction Management services including but not limited to the following:
Items of work included SWPPP, concrete foundations, concrete bridge installation, bridge removal, earthwork, baserock, asphalt paving, concrete paving, retaining walls, ramp installation, barrier rail, drainage lines & inlets, utility relocation, pre-stressing, and falsework.
This project was funded using Federal and State funds through Caltrans.