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Oakey Meadows Storm Drain, Phase III

The Oakey Meadows Storm Drain project was designed to reduce the risk of flash flooding in downtown Las Vegas by upsizing and improving five miles of storm drain serving the city’s central regions. We were selected as the CMAR (Construction Manager at Risk) and contractor for Phase III of the project based on our extensive history of successful large-capacity drainage projects for the City of Las Vegas.

As the CMAR, we participated in preconstruction work to assure that the construction approach was safe and would not cripple traffic. Crews then installed approximately 5,400 linear feet of reinforced concrete box storm drain and 2,700 linear feet of reinforced concrete pipe storm drain. We also relocated 1,400 linear feet of sewer line, re-lined more 2,800 linear feet of sewer line, relocated water lines, and rehabilitated 44 manholes and 42 drop inlets. All of this work was completed ahead of schedule.

Project Details

Project Owner: City of Las VegasLocations: Las Vegas, NevadaContract Type: CMAR / GCFinal Contract Amount: ± $29.5 million

The Oakey Meadows Storm Drain project was designed to reduce the risk of flash flooding in downtown Las Vegas by upsizing and improving five miles of storm drain serving the city’s central regions. We were selected as the CMAR (Construction Manager at Risk) and contractor for Phase III of the project based on our extensive history of successful large-capacity drainage projects for the City of Las Vegas.

As the CMAR, we participated in preconstruction work to assure that the construction approach was safe and would not cripple traffic. Crews then installed approximately 5,400 linear feet of reinforced concrete box storm drain and 2,700 linear feet of reinforced concrete pipe storm drain. We also relocated 1,400 linear feet of sewer line, re-lined more 2,800 linear feet of sewer line, relocated water lines, and rehabilitated 44 manholes and 42 drop inlets. All of this work was completed ahead of schedule.

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