The Gerald Desmond Bridge in the Port of Long Beach is a vital link in the nation's trade system and a major commuter corridor. But the bridge, built in the 1960s, was not designed to handle today's traffic volume and is deteriorating.
CALTROP’s construction management team is assisting the City of Santa Monica, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) with reconstructing the California Incline Bridge to meet current seismic standards.
The City of Irvine took the lead on this major overhaul of the Dyer / Barranca / Red Hill intersection, which added new lanes to the heavily trafficked roadways along the City’s shared border with Tustin and Santa Ana.
The project involves widening the existing interchange and constructing direct High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) transitway structures to allow for continuous movement of carpool vehicles connecting from one freeway to another.
The new Tom Bradley International Terminal (Bradley West Core and Gates) Project will provide greater capacity to the existing facility’s west side with the addition of new gates to accommodate new-generation aircraft and more.
The project included the resurfacing of La Mirada Boulevard from University Drive / Oakwood Lane to Alondra Boulevard; the installation of new handicap curb access ramps; and the removal and replacement of damaged curbs, gutters and sidewalks.
Verizon Wireless Small Cell project was created to fill in the gaps to enhance the LTE and AWS solutions on the existing surrounding sites. The construction of these sites was necessary to provide room for further growth and enhancement to offload end users from the now loaded sites.
T-Mobile’s L700 project was created to upgrade their 700MHz network on the existing towers. The scope of this project is to upgrade to fiber and RRU radios mounted to the tower. The construction of these sites was necessary to provide room for further growth and enhancement.