Coastland | DCCM is providing construction management, inspection, and materials testing services for the Arcade-Cripple Creek Trail Project, the first city-wide trail in the City of Citrus Heights. The project includes the construction of a 2.9-mile paved multi-use trail, curb, gutter and sidewalk improvements, drainage improvements, traffic signal modifications, two pre-engineered steel pedestrian bridges, replacement of existing pedestrian bridge with a new 42-foot bridge, and installation of a new pedestrian bridge spanning 128-feet near the trail termination.
The project is located within the City of Citrus Heights and the unincorporated community of Orangevale in Sacramento County. Once complete the project will connect several neighborhoods to eight parks, several schools and the Sunrise MarketPlace.
The project is funded by State Active Transportation Program (ATP) grant funds, which provide funds for projects that increase active transportation such as walking and biking and requires comprehensive knowledge of the state funding process to maintain the schedule and budget.
“We have worked with Coastland on many projects and are always pleased with their responsiveness, thoroughness, and ability to find flexible and efficient solutions for our engineering needs. They have been very creative and value conscious; they always keep sight of a project's goals and objectives. We are delighted to have them as part of our team. ”
Felix Hernandez III, General Manager, Bodega Bay Public Utility District