Multiple Harris & Associates Clients and Projects Win Industry Awards
Harris & Associates is pleased to announce that the firm's clients and projects have been successful in multiple industry award competitions.
The new underpass allows pedestrians and vehicles quicker and safer access to the northern and southern areas of the community.
Harris provided full project and construction management services, including securing funding, design oversight, and community outreach.
In March 2012, two 1942-era Harbor Drive trunk sewer vaults adjacent to Las Chollas Creek collapsed.
This project removed and replaced the two sewer vaults, rehabilitated approximately 1,000 linear feet of the 48- and 42-inch trunk sewer main, and improved the median and surface.
Working in close partnership, the City of San Diego and the project team achieved substantial completion in just three months after discovery.
The Sixth Street Undercrossing Improvements project
The Sixth Street Undercrossing Improvements project created a vital crosstown link for pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles.
Ribbon cutting for the Sixth Street Undercrossing project in Santa Rosa, California
Awards received this year thus far include:
- Passons Boulevard Grade Separation, City of Pico Rivera, CA CMAA Southern California Chapter, Project Achievement Award (Transportation $11-$50 Million)
- Harbor Drive Failed 48' SMH at 32nd and Harbor Emergency, City of San Diego, CA, ASCE Region 9 Outstanding Small Project Award
- Sixth Street Undercrossing Improvements, City of Santa Rosa, APWA Northern California Chapter Public Works Project of the Year Award
Passons Grade Separation Project
The Passons Grade Separation project is one of six grade separation projects stemming from the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Triple Track project, which plans to add a third main track between the cities of Fullerton and Commerce. This project was the largest single project undertaken by the City of Pico Rivera. The new underpass allows pedestrians and vehicles quicker and safer access to the northern and southern areas of the community. Harris provided construction management services and assisted the City of Pico Rivera with an extensive community outreach program. Learn more about the project in this video.
Harbor Drive Emergency Repair Project
On March 26, 2012, two 1942-era trunk sewer vaults collapsed, threatening the structural integrity of the aging Las Chollas Creek Bridge. The Harbor Drive emergency project structurally replaced and upgraded the vaults, relined the pipes, stabilized the bridge, eliminated a direct opening to the creek, and added a missing air-jumper system within a raised median. Working in close partnership, the City of San Diego and the project team achieved substantial completion in just three months after discovery. Harris provided engineering and design consulting services on this emergency repair project.
Santa Rosa Sixth Street Undercrossing Project
The Sixth Street Undercrossing Improvements project created a vital crosstown link for pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles. Construction also included the narrowing and re-configuring of lanes near the on- and off-ramps to Highway 101. Harris provided construction management services for the City of Santa Rosa.
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