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GRADE SEPARATIONS

Construction Management Services for Fullerton Road Grade Separation Project

The Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority (“ACE”) of the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments sought Consultants to provide Construction Management (CM) services for the Fullerton Road Grade Separation project in the City of Industry and selected BergCM from a total of 12 proposers.

The work identified in their Request for Proposal included various types of construction activities included in a typical grade separation project such as:

arrow Road closure support
arrow Roadway signing, striping, traffic signal and lighting improvements to support traffic detours
arrow Site preparations for railroad shoofly construction
arrow Railroad shoofly construction
arrow Utility relocations that may include, but are not limited to, storm drain, trunk sewer, fiber optic relocations, and other various wet and dry utilities.
arrow Sheeting, shoring and excavation
arrow Pile foundation, bridge abutments, retaining walls
arrow Railroad bridge construction (both highway bridges and railroad bridges)
arrow At-grade crossing construction
arrow Pump station construction
arrow Typical roadway widening, curb and gutter, sidewalk, paving, landscape and irrigation
arrow Detour road construction

BACKGROUND AND PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The Fullerton Road Grade Separation Project will lower Fullerton Road under the existing Union Pacific railroad tracks in the City of Industry and unincorporated area of Los Angeles County, between Rowland Street and State Route 60. Plans call for constructing a six-lane roadway underpass on Fullerton Road with retaining walls and bridges for the railroad and Railroad Street spanning Fullerton Road. Gale Avenue would be lowered at the intersection with Fullerton Road.

The actual start date for construction of the project will be sometime in 2016. Meanwhile, BergCM continues to work with ACE and their Designer to bring the project on-board.

Fullerton Road Project

Fullerton Road Project

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