Construct a south gated spillway, north and south mass concrete dikes, north and south side canal headworks, north and south mass concrete overflow spillways, and modify the existing north gated spillway. The spillway dike is 2,000 feet long, the 3 radial gate structures contain 16 radial gates each 20’ wide and 20’ to 24’ tall. Demolish the existing overflow spillway and canal headworks; excavate foundations, spillway approach channel, and spillway outlet channel, install government-furnished radial gates, gate hoists, and associated equipment; furnish and install fencing, gates, railing, stairs, and gantry crane and associated rails.
- Cost: $24,968,807
- Owner: Bureau of Reclamation (USBR)
- Designer: USBR
- Construction Period: 09/2011 – 03/2015
Rehabilitate a 565’ pre-stressed, pre-cast, concrete-panel bridge with 22 individual spans, concrete abutments and 21 steel bents.
- Cost: $1,320,383
- Owner: Idaho Power Company
- Designer: JUB
- Construction Period: 03/2014 – 07/2014
Replacement of a new river intake facility; consisting of a fish screen and a 150 CFS pumping plant on the Sacramento River. Components of the project include: demolition of the existing pumping plant and associated piping, pile supported metal structure with deck, access road from Garden Highway to plant and control enclosure, fish screens and cleaning system, Two (2) 350-hp vertical mixed flow irrigation pumps with adjustable frequency drives, three (3) welded steel pipelines between the pumps and an existing standpipe on the river side of the highway, control enclosure, and miscellaneous auxiliary equipment and site improvements.
- Cost: $6,526,568
- Owner: Natomas Mutual Water Company
- Designer: CH2MHill
- Construction Period: 06/2014 – 11/2014
New thickening facility that includes fermentation tanks, polymer preparation, sludge thickening, and sludge pumping. Installation of (4) rotary screen thickener units procured by owner. Construct a new waste activated sludge orthophosphate release facility. Convert the existing aeration basins to provide enhanced biological phosphorus removal. Modify the existing ferrous chloride pump. Updgrade the existing primary clarifiers and add a fourth RAS pump to the existing south plant RAS pump station. Replace the existing south plant RAS pipeline and interconnecting the south plant and north plant.
- Cost: $16,486,654
- Owner: City of Boise
- Designer: CH2MHill
- Construction Period: 09/2013 – 09/2015
Construct headworks building, primary lift station, membrane bioreactor (MBR) building with equipment and basins, process and scour air blower facilities, non potable water booster pump station, ultraviolet light disinfection, solids dewatering building comprised of a belt filter press and load out area sized for 2 MGD expandable to 8 MGD, maintenance building, administration building, a reuse water wet well for a future Class A reuse, wastewater pump station, and a standalone 2000KW standby power generation facility.
- Cost: $20,612,000
- Owner: EIRWWA
- Designer: Forsgren Associates, Inc
- Construction Period: 07/2008 - 01/2010
Furnish and install a waste water pump station including a cast-in-place concrete dry/wet well tank built within a 32-ft deep excavation, and an above-ground building with cast-in-place foundation walls and slab-on-grade base to support the precast-panelized walls and roof. The building includes a pump room with sewage pumps, controls, piping, electrical, and a 23-ft steel stair tower to access the deep pump room.
- Cost: $3,564,400
- Owner: Dakota Prairie Refining, LLC
- Designer: Bartlett & West
- Construction Period: 04/2014 – 11/2014
Construct 19,000 SF Radar Approach Control Base Operations Facility and 2,500 SF Runway Lighting Control Building, and abate and demolish three existing buildings. The new Base Operations building serves as the gateway to MHAFB from the flight line for VIP visitors.
- Cost: $8,469,000
- Owner: USACE - Seattle District
- Designer: USACE
- Construction Period: 03/2006-10/2007
Phase I – Install concrete including building, tanks, footings, walls, slabs, equipment pads, sidewalks, and exterior pads, mechanical process piping and plumbing and supply two metal buildings. Phase II – Install plumbing, process mechanical equipment, process piping, valves and fittings for the Blancher Surge, Primary Clarifier Scum Overflow, Centrifuge Building and Screen Building Systems.
- Cost: $6,086,000
- Owner: Private
- Designer: CDM Constructors, inc
- Construction Period: 06/2012 – 06/2014
Concrete work for 5.5 level, 580 stall cast-in-place parking garage.
- Cost: $3,430,000
- Owner: City of Boise
- Designer: Leatham-Krohn-Van Ocker Architects
- Construction Period: 07/2013 – 01/2014