Woodward Road Repair Sinkholes by Pad 602 Culvert

Naval Base Point Loma

  • Completed: January 2020
  • Project Owner: NAVFAC Southwest, Naval Base, Point Loma
  • Project Type: Grading-Sitework-Civil
  • Value: $276,191.00

 

About this Project

  • Design/Build Project
  • Demolished existing headwall and k-rail.
  • Excavated soil/sediment buildup to existing flow line (250 Cubic Yards)
  • Constructed new headwall with wing walls.
  • Installed concrete pad at upstream culvert.
  • Installed riprap at downstream culvert.
  • Installed bollards with galvanized cable on each side of headwall.
  • Filled existing sinkholes and regraded slopes.
  • Gabion baskets were provided for permanent erosion.
  • Steam-cured PVC lining was provided inside two 30” diameter culverts.

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Contact Us

1003 Clegg Ct Suite A, Petaluma CA, 94954

1305 Simpson Way, Suite. L, Escondido, CA 92029

info@amadiversified.com

SBA Contact

Please send 8(a) inquires and offer letters to:
Mark McComas, SBA:
charles.mccomas@sba.gov