Under an IDIQ contract with the US Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District, MGE completed the design of flood protection improvements along the Union Pacific Railroad from the confluence of Morrison Creek and Unionhouse Creek upstream approximately 3,300-feet to the existing UPRR trestle over Morrison Creek. Project improvements included a 2,850 foot length of reinforced concrete floodwall, 930 feet of retaining walls, levee embankment sections, patrol road, drainage facilities, and utility relocations. MGE’s scope of work included preparation of plans and specifications, Design Documentation Report, surveying and field data collection, utility relocations, rights-of-way and temporary construction easement exhibits, and MCASES cost estimating.

Key Facts:
Construction to be completed in 2013.
Construction cost: $6 Million.

Key Staff:
Project Manager: Bob Sennett
Structures Lead: Bob Sennett
Civil Lead: Steve Hawkins

Client:
Sacramento District US Army Corps of Engineers