Granite Construction wins two contracts totalling $32 millon

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Granite Construction has announced two contract awards totalling $32 million.

The company says it has been awarded a $22 million contract by the MI San Luis Ranch for the San Luis Ranch Development project in San Luis Obispo, Calif.

The company will be responsible for earthwork, site grading, asphalt paving, underground utilities, storm drain retention basins, structural concrete, sidewalk, bicycle paths, traffic signals, and street lighting.

The earthwork part includes processing over 315,000 cubic yards of onsite material and importing approximately 325,000 cubic yards of new material to the project site.

The San Luis Ranch Development project is a 131-acre mixed-use development consisting of residential housing, commercial facilities, public parks, roadways, open space and agricultural lands.

Construction is set to begin in spring with an anticipated completion in fall 2020.

In a second project, Granite says it was awarded a $10-million construction contract by Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest (NAVFAC) for the F35 Vertical Landing Pads and Taxiways project at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego.

By working with NAVFAC and the Army Corps of Engineers, Granite will construct high temperature vertical landing pads and taxiway segments that connect existing runways and taxiways to vertical landing pads.

Scope of work includes demolition of existing pavement, site clearing and grubbing, grading and placement of fill material, site drainage improvements, cement-treated subgrade, cement-treated base material, and high temperature concrete placement, as well as airfield striping and electrical improvements.

Environmental mitigation includes contaminated soil handling, bio-monitoring, and stream bed restoration.

Construction is underway and will be complete by spring 2020.

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