November 3, 2015- Homeland MDP Line 1 Stage 1

Alabbasi has received notification of award for the $14.3 Million Homeland MDP Line 1 Stage 1 Project from the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. As a part of this contract, Alabbasi will excavate and export nearly 500,000 Cubic Yards (CY) of soil (roughly 36,000 truckloads). Alabbasi will also construct over 4,000 Lineal Feet (LF) of 72″- 96″ Reinforced Concrete Pipe (RCP), 1,900 LF Double 10′x7′ Precast Reinforced Concrete Box (PRCB), and 2,500 LF of 12′x6′ PRCB. These precast joints will be shipped in 8′ lengths and will weigh in at 41,000 pounds a joint.

This project will represent the third project by Alabbasi to be constructed as a part of the Homeland/ Romoland Master Drainage Plan. The previous 2 phases of this project were also awarded to Alabbasi. Upon completion, Alabbasi will have moved over 2 million cubic yards of earth (exporting 1.8 million cubic yards) constructed nearly 9 miles of RCP, PRCB, RCB, Concrete Lined Trapezoidal Channel and Earthen Channel. Collectively, these projects will serve as the backbone flood control infrastructure for all future developments in the Green Valley, Homeland/ Romoland Regions. Alabbasi looks forward to another successful project in partnership with Riverside County Flood Control.

Construction is anticipated to commence during the first quarter of 2016 and should be complete by the first quarter of 2017/

October 16, 2015- Ninth Street Sewer Replacement

Alabbasi has received notification of award for the $1.9 Million Ninth Street Sewer Replacement Project from the City of Riverside. The project will replaced 8,400 LF of aged sewer lines with new 8″ and 12″ PVC sewer lines and will replace 126 residential service lines. The project is expected to commence January 2016 and should be complete by September 2016.

August 31, 2015- Low Water Crossing Replace at Avenue D and Wilson Creek

Alabbasi has received notification of award for the $1.7 Million Low Water Crossing Replacement at 13th Street and Wilson Creek from the City of Yucaipa. The project consists of constructing a triple- 19.5′ wide x 13.5′ tall Reinforced Concrete Box at the roadway crossing along with 200 lineal feet of Open Box Channel. The project will also rehabilitate D street and add new storm drain facilities. Construction is expected to commence October 2015 and continue to April 2016.

August 31, 2015- Low Water Crossing Replacement at 13th Street and Wilson Creek

Alabbasi has received notification of award for the $1.9 Million Low Water Crossing Replacement at 13th Street and Wilson Creek from the City of Yucaipa. The project consists of constructing a triple- 22′ wide x 13.5′ tall Reinforced Concrete Box at the roadway crossing along with 200 lineal feet of Open Box Channel. The project will also rehabilitate 13th street and add new storm drain facilities. Construction is expected to commence October 2015 and continue to April 2016.

February 25, 2015- Southwest Riverside MDP Line G Stage 2, Line G1 and F1 Storm Drain Project

Alabbasi has received notification of award for the $4.1 Million Southwest Riverside MDP Line G Stage 2, Line G1 and F1 Storm Drain Project from the City of Riverside. The project features 2,700 LF of 60″- 90″ RCP Storm Drain Pipe with cuts up to 25′ along the Historic Victoria Avenue and heavily traveled Van Buren Boulevard. As a part of this project, Alabbasi will also rehabilitate local surrounding streets consisting of 500,000 SF of Coldmilling and 10,500 tons of Asphalt Paving. Construction is expected to commence July 2015 and to be complete by December 2015.

February 13, 2015- Foothill Boulevard Bridge Widening Over San Dimas Wash

Alabbasi has received notification of award for the $2.5 Million Foothill Boulevard Bridge Widening Over San Dimas Wash Project from the City of San Dimas. As a part of this contract, Alabbasi will widen the existing 2 foot thick Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) Slab Bridge on both sides of Foothill Boulevard. The Bridge will be supported by 36″ Cast-In-Drilled-Hole (CIDH) Concrete Piles. Construction is expected to commence April 2015 and to be complete by November 2015.

January 17, 2014- Romoland MDP Line A Stages 4, 5, 6 and Briggs Basin

Alabbasi has received notification of award for the $26.78 Million Romoland MDP Line A Stages 4, 5, 6 and Briggs Basin Project from the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFC&WCD). As a part of this contract, Alabbasi will excavate and export nearly 1.3 Million cubic yards (CY) of soil (roughly 93,000 truckloads), construct 2,600 lineal feet (LF) of 96″-102″ Reinforced Concrete Pipe, construct nearly 30,000 CY of Concrete (consisting of 9,800 LF of Trapezoidal Channel and 7,900 LF of Reinforced Concrete Box), and place approximately 4,500 CY of 1/4 ton and 2 ton Rap Rap. Construction is anticipated to commence April 2015 and to continue through September 2016.

November 19, 2014- Harbor Alley, Malvern Ave, and Brookdale Place Improvements

Alabbasi has received notification of award from the City of Fullerton for the Sewer, Water, and Street Improvement Project at Harbor Boulevard Alley, Malvern Avenue, and Brookdale Place. This $1.55 Million Contract will replace approximately 1,800 LF and 5,000 LF of aged Sewer and Waterlines, respectively. Furthermore, all aforementioned streets will be fully reconstructed. Construction is expected to commence January 2015 and to be complete by July 2015.

November 18, 2014- Whittier Blvd and Beach Blvd Intersection Improvements

Alabbasi has received Notification of Award from the City of La Habra for the Whittier Boulevard and Beach Boulevard Intersection Improvements Project. This 1.3 Million Contract will widen the intersection of these two highly traveled streets allowing for one additional right turn lane for north bound Beach Blvd traffic and one additional left turn lane for west bound Whittier Blvd traffic. Construction is Expected to commence late February 2015 and should be complete by June 2015.

September 08, 2014- Sycamore Canyon Bus. Park Treatment Basins

Alabbasi has received the Notice of Award for the Sycamore Canyon Business Park Central and Southern Storm Water Treatment Basins Project from the City of Riverside. This $1.21 million dollar Project will construct 3 storm water treatment basins, displacing nearly 51,000 CY of dirt. Construction is expected to commence October 2014 and to be complete by January 2015.