Reyes Construction, Inc. was awarded the Port of Los Angeles Downtown Harbor Water Cut project for $12.2 million. The approved Downtown Harbor “water cut” will create the necessary land and harbor infrastructure to accommodate development of a new town square and promenade on the water. The location, just north of the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, will become a centerpiece of the ongoing revitalization of the LA Waterfront. The contract scope includes demolition of an existing downtown harbor parking lot, soil excavation and dredging, removal or relocation of existing utilities on the site, construction of a sheet pile wall system and extension of the Berth 85 tugboat wharf by 25 feet. A groundbreaking ceremony to highlight the start of demolition and construction activities will take place in January 2012. The construction project is expected to take approximately 16 months to complete.
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Reyes Construction was selected as a Finalist in the 2011 AGC of California Safety Awards of Excellence Program - Heavy/Civil/Highway Division: Under 200,000 Worker Hours. All finalists are invited to give a live presentation on Oct 6th, 2011 to a team of external judges, all key leaders in construction safety. Each company will have 15 minutes to present the key elements of their Safety Program followed by a 5 minute Q&A session with the judges.
The first, second, and third place awards will be determined after oral presentations and announced at the AGC Annual Fall Convention in October.
For the third year in a row, AGC of California awarded Reyes Construction, Inc. the prestigious Constructor Award for Excellence in Project Management for Projects $10 million or below. On behalf of the City of San Diego, CA, RCI provided the resources necessary to perform the Seismic Retrofit & Painting of First Ave. Bridge Over Maple Canyon.
For a complete list of the 2011 Constructor Award Winners click here.
AGC of California awarded Reyes Construction, Inc. the prestigious 2010 Constructor Award for Excellence in Project Management for Projects $5 million or below.
On behalf of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard, RCI provided the resources necessary to perform the Shoreline Stabilization at the USCG Sector San Francisco facility.
For a complete list of the 2010 Constructor Award Winners click here.
On January 4, 2010 Reyes Construction was selected as the recipient of the MCB Camp Pendleton ROICC office Safety Through Awards and Recognition (STAR) program award for outstanding safety performance during the execution of project Repair of the Levee and Concrete Flood Wall Joints at MCAS, Camp Pendleton, CA. This award is a notable achievement and awarded only to those companies that have demonstrated a corporate proactive safety posture, protecting a valuable resource- people.
RCI's commitment to safety met the high standards of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, NAVFAC Southwest and the MCB Camp Pendelton ROICC office. These are as follows:
Zero DART incidents throughout the life of the contract.
No significant ($10,000) contractor or government property damage for the entire length of the contract.
No safety non-compliance notices or stop work orders.
No findings identified during Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance inspections.
No Class A, B, or C crane mishaps.
Minimum overall satisfactory performance evaluation – including quality; and A cumulative average score of 90% or better on the Contractor Safety Self-Evaluation Checklists. Our dedication to safety, along with our management and quality control approaches executed on this project contributed to RCI receiving an “Outstanding” overall performance rating from the U.S. Navy.