Rosemead Blvd. Rehabilitation Project
OE provided construction management services to the City of Pico Rivera for the Rosemead Boulevard Rehabilitation Project, funded by STPL-L, SAFETEA-LU, Demo TEA-21 and Proposition C funds. Rosemead Boulevard is a key north-south corridor in the City and services over 30,000 vehicles per day. In addition, Rosemead serves as an access point to the I-5 and crosses two railroad track crossings within the project limits. During OE’s preliminary field survey, it was noted that pavement conditions were significantly worse between Telegraph Road and Slauson Avenue. The scope of work included 46,700 SF of localized AC R&R, cold milling and ARHM overlay, decorative rocks in the median islands, 1,975 SF of driveway approaches, 13,100 SF of sidewalk, and 655 LF of curb and gutter. The project also entailed upgrading 19 ramps to ADA-compliance, installing 24 traffic loops, and signage and traffic striping. OE has a thorough knowledge of Caltrans' LAPM, and was able to effectively manage the necessary documentation and filings to ensure project funding.