Timely & Efficiently
I was the Project Engineer representing the Colorado Department of Transportation on project STA 086-047, SH 86 Founders Parkway project located in Douglas County, Colorado. The project began in January of 2011 and was completed in March of 2012. Castle Rock Construction Company (CRCC) was the Prime Contractor and work completed by CRCC included Storm Drain and minor water line work.
The storm drain included 9,354 LF of RCP in various sized from 15″ to 36″. The storm drain also had over 100 inlets and manholes. The inlets were cast in place by a subcontractor; however CRCC was responsible for their construction and completed the excavation and backfill.
The water line work consisted of removing a fire hydrant and installing a new fire hydrant nearby. The old tap was plugged and a new tap installed for the Town of Castle Rock. All of the work noted above was installed timely and efficiently. There were no price reductions or problems with the storm sewer installation. The construction crew was conscientious, took pride in doing a good job, and adapted to changes caused by unknown field conditions such as utility conflicts. There were no change orders issued that related to the storm sewer or water line installation. The Town of Castle Rock had no problems with the water line installation.
Michael Brenner, CCM