SLO 46 Corridor Improvements Project, Cholame Segment

On this project, Sukut will widen the Cholame Section of Route 46 from a two-lane highway to a four-lane divided expressway. This section extends from post mile 49.7 to 54.7. This project’s purpose is to minimize fatal accidents, improve safety, and reduce existing and future peak-hour congestion on State Route 46 between Paso Robles and…Read more

San Pasqual Undergrounding Project

On this project, Sukut will remove, relocate, and replace approximately two and a half miles of the Escondido Canal that crosses the San Pasqual Indian Reservation. The project consists of three major components: a desilting basin, replace-in-place section, and pipeline section. The 110-foot-long by 32-feet-wide desilting basin’s hydraulic structure within the 100-foot canal right-of-way will…Read more

State Route 4 Wagon Trail Realignment, Phase 1 Project

This project will reconstruct approximately three miles of State Route 4 in Calaveras County, east of Copperopolis, CA, by modifying the roadway’s existing horizontal and vertical curves, widening the shoulders, and adding turnouts. The purpose of these improvements is to reduce the number and severity of collisions along this stretch of roadway. The existing two-lane…Read more

TVRWRF Stormwater Assessment and Improvement Project

This project involves construction activities to harden an interim earthen channel and install a new spill control pond. This includes excavation, regrading, backfilling, and reinforcement of the channel. Sukut will also be grading and installing concrete aprons, excavating the spill pond, lining it with a geomembrane, rehabilitating and grading two existing backwash basins, installing the…Read more

North Indio Flood Control Project

This project involves 16,000 linear feet of channel improvements, with a total of over 100,000 cubic yards of concrete to be placed. The improvements consist of 2,500 linear feet of reinforced concrete box (RCB) culverts, 8,700 linear feet of concrete-lined trapezoidal channels, 3,200 linear feet of rectangular concrete channels, and 1,600 linear feet of concrete…Read more

Palm Springs MDP Line 41 Stage 3 and 4 Project

On this project, Sukut is constructing approximately 6,000 linear feet of underground reinforced concrete pipe storm drain ranging in sizes from 18 to 108 inches and a six-acre detention basin with 220,000 cubic yards of export. The storm drain line will require the construction of numerous concrete structures, including manholes, drop inlets, catch basins, junction…Read more

Lower Elkhorn Interior Drainage Project

Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency contracted Sukut to construct a 750,000-cubic yard detention basin. During the project, Sukut will perform 250 acres of clearing, grubbing, and stripping of topsoil and native vegetation, as well as construct a new 7.5-mile-long channel and widen the existing channel with over 250,000 cubic yards of excavation. Sukut will also…Read more

CalTrans Highway 29 Project

Sukut is working on the Highway 29 Realignment project in Lake County, CA. The work on this three-mile-long stretch of road includes over 850,000 cubic yards of roadway and rock excavation, as well as blasting. Sukut’s large equipment fleet including D11 dozers is well suited to rip through the hard volcanic rock that we are…Read more

Walteria Retention Basin Improvements Phase 1 Project

This project involves pump station upgrades, channel repairs, basin improvements, and the performance of other appurtenant work. Additionally, Sukut will perform access road improvements, erosion stabilization, and installation of landscaping and irrigation systems.Read more

Bautista Creek Channel Recharge Basin Project

This project involves the construction of a groundwater recharge basin for Riverside County Flood Control. Work includes 30,000 cubic yards of export, construction of 2,500 linear feet of the 18-inch water pipe, and minor concrete structures.Read more

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