Heacock Street Bridge Improvement (Highway Bridge Program)
Client: City of Moreno Valley
Location: Moreno Valley, CA
Construction Cost: $2 Million

Project Features:

  • Replaced existing bridge with 4-cell reinforced concrete box culvert.

  • Highway Bridge Program (HBP)

  • Retaining walls, storm drain pipes, junction structures, catch basin, adjust water valves and sewer manhole to grade, channel
    reconstruction, channel rip rap and rock protection, road excavation and earthwork, AC paving, concrete barrier railing, curb & gutter, metal beam guard rail, roadway striping, roadside signs and miscellaneous civil works.

Heacock Street Bridge is located at the Perris Valley Storm Drain Channel Lateral “A,” 2000 feet south of Iris Avenue on Heacock Street in the City of Moreno Valley, CA. This project generally included widening of Heacock Street, demolition of the existing deficient bridge, construction of a four (4) cell reinforced box culvert replacing the existing deficient bridge, channel work, utility relocation, and realignment of Heacock Street from the new bridge pavement to the existing road alignment. The HBP bridge replacement funds removed the existing Heacock Street Bridge from the HBP decrepit bridge list.

Athalye Consulting Engineering Services Inc. (Athalye) provided construction inspection for the improvements of Heacock Street to meet minimum AASHTO, FHWA, Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual, standard highway design and safety, the Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) standards; Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFC&WCD) and Local “Greenbook” standards.

In addition, Athalye coordinated construction activities with the materials testing and survey City consultants and utility companies. Furthermore, our services included prevailing wage and certified payroll monitoring and audit to ensure that the project complied with the Federal and State labor and wages laws and regulations.