Friant Kern Canal Middle Reach Capacity Correction Project
The Friant-Kern Canal is a 152-mile-long waterway that extends from the Friant Dam at Millerton Lake north of Fresno to the Kern River in Bakersfield. Built-in 1951, settlement in the soils along the length of (and beneath) the canal has reduced the canal’s ultimate capacity, created risk of overflowing the sides, and diminished the ability to provide consistent water delivery. This multi-phase project will restore the capacity from its current 1,600 CFS back to the original 5,000 CFS design capacities.
Added Value: Our team brings extensive experience across all facets of infrastructure construction to provide technical guidance and real-time feedback to both the owner and the contractor to ensure that the project meets the stringent construction timeline. As the project needs have changed, our team of project managers, technical experts, lab technicians, and field inspectors have ensured the project’s success by providing effective quality control services.
Type: Water – Wastewater
Owner: US Department of the Interior
Location: Bakersfield, CA
G3 Quality’s Role
Our role on the project is to work in partnership with the Brosamer and Wall/Tutor Perini Joint Venture to provide Materials Control services on earthwork, asphalt paving, structural concrete, grouting, and canal paving operations. Additionally, we are implementing the quality program, providing testing and inspection services and utilizing our experience with all facets of infrastructure construction to liaise between the multiple stakeholders and municipalities, their respective quality requirements, and ensure that the project’s outcome meets the client’s standards.
San Bernardino County Transportation Authority Interstate 10 Express Lanes Corridor Contract 1
SBCTA 17-1001599; Lane Job #9151; G3 Project Number RD300
G3 Contract $9.5 million; Overall contract $673M
Lane – Security Paving Joint Venture
San Bernardino County Transportation Authority
Los Angeles/San Bernardino County Line to the I-10/I-15 Interchange in Ontario.
2019 to 2023