California State University Channel Islands – Entrance Road

California State University Channel Islands – Entrance Road

Client: California State University

Location: Camarillo

Project Type: Street Improvements, Earthwork, Bridges & Structures

Description: This project created a new entrance road leading into the university from Lewis Road. The four-lane entrance road is elevated on an earthen embankment and provides surface drainage beneath. Work included reinforced concrete boxes, a vehicular bridge and a steel truss-style pedestrian bridge crossing over a creek. Within the 30 acre project, C. A. Rasmussen, Inc. built 4,800 linear feet of new levee, processed around 300,000 cubic yards of dirt, and graded more than 2,000,000 square feet of pads and streets.

Madera Road Widening

Madera Road Widening

Client: Newhall Land & Farming Co.

Location: Simi Valley

Project Type: Street Improvements

Description: This project widened Madera Road from Presidential Drive to Simi Valley’s west city limits. The improvements included construction of a retaining wall, roadway paving, about 2,800 linear feet of curb and gutter, 13,900 square feet of sidewalk, a landscaped median and traffic signal modification.

Newhall Land & Farming Co.

Newhall Land & Farming Co.

Client: Newhall Land & Farming Co.

Location:Santa Clarita

Project Type: Bridges

Description: This project placed a prefabricated steel bridge over a busy street in residential Valencia. The construction included abutments and a concrete bridge deck, concrete walks, retaining walls, block curb and metal railing, parkway drain, traffic control, fencing and landscaping.

Tampa & Winnetka Avenue Bridges over the Los Angeles River

Tampa & Winnetka Avenue Bridges over the Los Angeles River

Client: City of Los Angeles

Location: Winnetka

Project Type: Bridges

Description: For this complex bridge project, both the Tampa Avenue and Winnetka Avenue bridges over the Los Angeles River were widened by 10 feet on either side and were updated to the latest seismic standards. The Winnetka bridge needed to be lifted completely off of its supports to replace its bearing pads. Rasmussen also constructed a segment of the bikeway that runs along the Los Angeles River. This work comprised cutting a notch into the side of the channel, driving piles to support a retaining wall and then placing concrete to make the 12 foot wide bikepath. Other work included CIDH, driven piles and utility relocation.

Norwegian Grade Rehabilitation & Roadside Safety Enhancements

Norwegian Grade Rehabilitation & Roadside Safety Enhancements

Client: City of Thousand Oaks

Project Type: Street Improvements, Paving

Location: Thousand Oaks

Description: This project reconstructed 1.5 miles of a two-lane road, including full-depth subgrade reclamation. Work comprised rock excavation, new drainage structures, road re-alignment and asphalt paving. Even with adverse weather and unforeseen changes in the design, this project was completed on time and within budget.

Skyline Ranch Road

Skyline Ranch Road

Client: Pardee Homes

Location: Canyon Country, CA

Project Type:

Description: Construction of a new 4 line road for a new 1200 home development in Canyon Country California. Skyline Ranch Road is the new backbone roadway for the new Skyline Rach project for Pardee Home. The project included over 6 miles of new curb and gutter, 15,000 TNs of Asphalt Concrete, and new sidewalks.

Surfers Point Managed Retreat

Surfers Point Managed Retreat

Client: City of San Buenaventura

Location: Ventura

Description: For this project along Ventura’s Surfers Point beach, C. A. Rasmussen, Inc. developed the tidelands portion of a managed shoreline retreat, including stabilization and restoration of approximately 1,800 linear feet of beach. The project included demolition of an existing parking lot and excavation of underlying fill (including sand, silt and debris), to a depth of approximately 6 to 8 feet above sea level. Another component was the construction of a 1,800-foot-long, 13.5-foot-high cobble berm and the creation of a vegetated sand dune above the berm. Lumber boardwalks were also placed to provide access through the dunes.

State Route 126 / Commerce Center Drive Interchange

State Route 126 / Commerce Center Drive Interchange

Client: Los Angeles County

Location: Valencia

Project Type: Highways; Bridges & Structures

Description: For this project, Rasmussen is constructing a new freeway interchange for traffic to reach Commerce Center Drive off of state Route 126. The project consists of a cast-in-place, prestressed reinforced concrete bridge lifting through traffic over Commerce Center Drive. It also called for soil-cement bank stabilization on the nearby Santa Clara River.

I-405 & SR-134 Soundwall & Bridge Widening

I-405 & SR-134 Soundwall & Bridge Widening

Client: County of Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Location: Granada Hills, Burbank

Project Type: Highways; Bridges & Structures

Description: This project widened bridges and constructed retaining walls and sound walls at two separate locations along the 405 and 134 freeways in Granada Hills and Burbank. Rasmussen crews modified the existing drainage and irrigation systems to accommodate the additions. Sign structures were relocated or replaced, in addition to existing utilities and communication systems.

John S. Gibson Blvd. / I-110 Freeway Access Ramps

John S. Gibson Blvd. / I-110 Freeway Access Ramps

Client: Port of Los Angeles

Location: San Pedro

Project Type: Highways; Bridges & Structures

Description: This project includes widening the SR-47/I-110 connector from one to two lanes; extending the additional through lane on the NB I-110 past the John S. Gibson Blvd off-ramp; modifying the NB ramps at the I-110 and John S. Gibson Blvd interchange; improving John S. Gibson Blvd and the I-110 NB ramp; widening of two bridges; railroad realignment; sound wall construction, and other site improvements.