Agoura Road Widening Project

Agoura Road Widening Project

Client: City of Agoura Hills

Location: Agoura Hills

Project Type: Street Improvements

Description: Rasmussen is widening Agoura Road from two lanes to four lanes from the westerly city limits to Cornell Road. The improvements will cover two miles of roadway, and will also include new street lighting, a new 8-inch water line, stamped concrete, flagstone sidewalk, retaining walls, soil nail walls and the widening of a bridge over a creek.

Industry Business Center Mass Grading

Industry Business Center Mass Grading

Client: City of Industry

Location: City of Industry

Project Type: Earthwork

Description: For this project, Rasmussen is grading a portion of a 400 acre hillside area, west of Grand Avenue, north of the Pomona Freeway, removing large amounts of uncompacted soil and placing it as engineered fill. Other work on the project involves storm drains, bench drains, down drains, curb and gutter, paving, irrigation and landscaping.

La Mesa & Amethyst Roadway Rehabilitation Project

La Mesa & Amethyst Roadway Rehabilitation Project

Client: City of Victorville

Location: Victorville, CA

Project Type: Street Improvements

Description: Rebuild 8 miles of roadway where the existing asphalt had started wearing away and developing potholes. Some parts of the project include excavating to the depth of the storm drain and recompacting the soil prior to rebuilding the street. More than 130 handicap ramps and driveways also had to be removed and replaced. The roadway rehabilitation calls for 60,000 tons of base rock and 30,000 tons of asphalt, which is being completed in just three months.

Sycamore Canyon Dam Improvements

Sycamore Canyon Dam Improvements

Client: Ventura County Watershed Protection District

Location: Simi Valley

Project Type: Dam

Description: Demolition and reconstruction of a concrete spillway. The new upstream invert, retaining walls, and 12 new baffles were poured in one day. In total, the project called for 813 cubic yards of structural concrete. More than 6,000 tons of rip rap were placed and grouted.

METRO Hollywood Burbank Airport Station

METRO Hollywood Burbank Airport Station

Client: Los Angeles County METRO

Location: Burbank

Project Type: Rail Platform

Description: This new Metrolink station connects rail commuters from across Southern California to the Hollywood Burbank Airport. Rasmussen constructed a new 680-foot-long elevated access concrete platform, including stairs, sidewalk, curbs and ramps. Rail line work included ballast and rock. The project also encompassed a new masonry monument wall, kiosks, block walls and planter boxes. Our team also installed extensive electrical and communication systems for the railroad.