Sukut Construction, LLC and our highly regarded joint venture partners, Flatiron and Dragados USA, have been awarded a $241 million dollar Lake Isabella project located in Kern County, California. The Lake Isabella Dam Safety Modification Project (DSMP) is managed by the U.S.
On September 20th, Sukut’s team attended a California State University, Long Beach career fair and met with many talented and ambitious Construction Management and Civil Engineering students. The Company’s goal was to find the right individuals who would qualify for its Summer Internship Program. This program offers on-the-job real-world experience assisting Project Managers with various aspects of project management while on the jobsite. While in the program, students get to see and experience the action first hand, interacting with both field and operations personnel.
Sukut has been a major player in the Environmental construction market since the early 1990’s when the company first started building Landfill projects in Southern California. Given their strong background in earthmoving Sukut quickly became a leader in the industry and expanded this market to include: debris removals, Hazmat response, land remediation and disaster recovery working in both the Public and Private sectors.
Sukut was listed as a low bidder on Rancho Santa Margarita Water District’s $82.4 million Trampas Canyon Dam and Reservoir project. The project entails moving over 3.7 million cubic yards of material, construction of new inlet/outlet structures, a spillway, micro-tunneling, instrumentation and a new Dam control building. The estimated water storage capacity of the reservoir is around 5,000 acre foot per year. Sukut is scheduled to break ground on this project mid-September and complete construction by mid-year 2019.