Highways & Bridges


Transportation

Recent Highway & Bridge Projects


County of Riverside Transportation Department (RCTD)

Scott Road InterchangeScott Road Interchange
$57.8 M
Prime Consultant
Construction Management Services
Menifee, CA

The project consists of widening Scott Road from west of Haun Road to east of Antelope Road including replacing the existing overcrossing bridge, reconfiguring the on and off ramps and extending the ramps termini of the ramps Jointed Plain Concrete. The existing OC bridge will be demolished after traffic is switched to the new bridge structure. DHS is responsible for providing Resident Engineering, Inspection, Office Engineering, Labor Compliance and management of all other subconsultants. DHS’s function is to ensure Public Safety through multiple stage changes, Quality Assurance on materials such as JPCP, LCB, HMA, concrete structures, soils compaction, schedule management and risk avoidance on this 360 working day contract schedule. DHS along with multiple stakeholders, Caltrans, RCTD, the City of Menifee and the City of Murrieta are responsible for coordination of this project.   

I-215 Newport Road Interchange ProjectI-215 Newport Road Interchange Project
$42 M
Prime Consultant
Construction Management Services
Caltrans District 8 Oversight

This project was aimed to alleviate traffic congestion on Newport Road by providing more through lanes over the freeway and easier freeway access. Specifically, this project provided two additional lanes for a total of six lanes of freeway overcrossing through lanes, created dedicated right-hand turn lanes in each direction for easy on-ramp access, and built two new loop ramps, which eliminated all left turns for freeway access.  DHS was responsible for oversight of the entire project from pre-bid, utility relocations, throughout construction completion. This included, quantity checks, as-builts, change orders, RFI and submittal review. The schedule was critical to the project due to the heavy traffic through the project and DHS analyzed the CPM schedule and ensured the contractor hit important Project Milestones. 


San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)

Construction Management and Engineering Services On-Call
Prime Consultant
Construction Management Services
Locations throughout San Diego

In early 2016, DHS was awarded a Construction Management and Engineering Services On-Call contract with the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). DHS provides Resident Engineering and Inspection services on several task orders under this contract with projects ranging from Bikeways to Light Rail Transit (LRT) and Catenary Systems.

The Bayshore Bikeway Segments 4B and 5The Bayshore Bikeway Segments 4B and 5 project consisted of approximately 1.0 miles of Class I bicycle facility, 1.0 miles of Class II bicycle facility and 0.2 miles of Class III bicycle facility located in National City between the San Diego/National City border and the east end of 32nd Street near the Pier 32 Marina.

The Broadway Wye Improvements Project The Broadway Wye Improvements Project upgraded portions of the Overhead Catenary System (OCS) and Traction Power Substation (TPSS) on the San Diego Trolley, Inc. (SDTI) Light Rail Transit (LRT) system to meet new GO9 95 safety requirements. The project was in the heart of downtown San Diego adjacent to the busy Santa Fe Depot.

The Orange Line Catenary Rehabilitation Project The Orange Line Catenary Rehabilitation Project upgraded portions of the Overhead Catenary System (OCS) and Traction Power Substation (TPSS) on the San Diego Trolley, lnc. (SDTI) Light Rail Transit (LRT) system to meet new GO 95 safety requirements. The OCS work took place at over 200 various locations along 16 miles of double track in San Diego County.

The Old Town Shelter Rehab Project The Old Town Shelter Rehab Project consisted of the demo of existing Bus & Trolley Shelters, construction of new Bus & Trolley Shelters which included structure grade plastic lumber SGPL frame, standard lumber decking, roofing system (waterproofing, copper flashing & shingles), precast cladding, painting, electrical works and LED lights.

The Green Line Shelter Rehab ProjectThe Green Line Shelter Rehab Project consisted of the demo of existing Trolley Shelters, construct new Trolley Shelters which contained footings, steel structure frame, roofing system (DensDeck gypsum board, waterproofing & standing seam sheathing), precast cladding, concrete paving, painting, electrical & communication works and LED lights.