Sukut was listed as the apparent low bidder on the Moffett and Legacy Roadway Extension project located in Tustin, CA. The project involves grading, installation of approximately 3,000 lf of new storm drain, new roadway, traffic signals, and over 10,000 lf of wet and dry utility construction
Sukut constructed a one-mile hill side access road for the Metropolitan Water District.
Sukut Construction joined forces with Flatiron West, Inc. in a Joint Venture for the construction of the 905 Freeway. This project consisted of a 12-mile route to facilitate primarily truck traffic between California and Mexico from the Okay Mesa border crossing northwest to Interstate 5.
The following is a brief description of work completed:
• Site preparation and construction of large earth retaining walls.
• Installation of all the underground infrastructure including 21,000 lineal feet of storm drain.
• The movement of 1.3 million cubic yards of earth.
This new 50 acre campus for the new Hillcrest High School was recognized by veteran school construction managers as the most challenging school building site tackled in Southern California in decades.
Sukut graded the six acre hillside project at Pittsford and Osterman in Lake Forest, CA. Sukut excavated 116,000 cubic yards of earth, built 30 multi-leveled housing pads, installed a storm drain system and backfilled a mechanically stabilized earth retaining wall during the project.
The project is located just off of the 91 and 15 freeways in Corona. It involved mass excavation, rock crushing, and large retaining walls in excess of 40 feet in height. There was extensive blasting in close proximity to the 91 freeway, railroad tracks and existing buildings. The end result for the site was 6 high-end, class A, office buildings, as well as a self-storage building.
Sukut won the ASCE Project of the Year Award after moving 30 million cubic yards of earth and installing seven million square feet of earth strengthening Geogrid at this site.
Located on the beautiful beaches of Dana Point, Headlands Reserve is now the location of custom homes and a hotel. The project consisted of mass grading, concrete and rip rap revetment at the “strand beach”. Mechanically Stabilized Earth walls were built with some of the walls reaching 40 feet in height. Stairs and ramps were built, leading directly to the beach.
Sukut moved 3.5 million cubic yards in order to grade 121 pads. The entire project was approximately 65 acres with Sukut performing 85 percent of the work.