NDOT Contract 3792; I-15/CC-215 Interchange – NDOT
DCS is providing a staff augmentation team for NDOT Crew 903 that includes an Assistant Resident Engineer, a Construction Technical Person, five Construction Inspectors (Level III and IV) and three Materials Testers.
Phase 4 of the I-15 North Corridor consists of constructing new ramps, flyovers and street connections to complete a system-to-system interchange configuration where the northern I-15 meets the Clark County 215 Las Vegas Beltway.
CMAR – Las Vegas Boulevard, Sahara Avenue to Stewart Avenue – City of Las Vegas
DCS is currently providing a Construction Coordinator and two Construction Inspectors for this project. Our responsibilities include assisting City staff, coordination with the contractor and project stakeholders, troubleshooting construction conflicts in the field, reviewing submittals and RFI’s, attending weekly meetings, photographic documentation, inspection of daily construction activities, verifying/calculating quantities for pay applications, and oversight of project documentation.
This project consists of overall improvements to Las Vegas Blvd. and portions of 3rd Street and Bridger Avenue. Work consists of over two miles of full roadway improvements including curb and gutter, sidewalk, ramps, driveways, bus stops, median islands, and landscape. Included in the roadway work are modifications and improvements to all intersections, lighting, “smart city” infrastructure and FAST. A new waterline is also being installed for the length of the project including new appurtenances and three new sanitary sewer mains. Flood control facilities including drop inlets, laterals and manholes are also included.
Ann Road, CC-215 Beltway to Durango Drive – Clark County Public Works
DCS provided full Administration Construction Management services for CCPW on this roadway improvement project on Ann Road by providing a Chief Resident Project Representative, two Resident Project Representatives, and a Technical Office Manager. Also included was the oversight of the project CPM schedule reviews, project survey, and quality assurance testing.
Construction consisted of approximately 2.7 miles of full roadway improvements including two travel lanes in each direction, median islands with left-turn bays, buffered bike lanes in both directions, ADA compliant driveways and sidewalks with curb and gutter. A traffic signal was installed at the intersection of Fort Apache Road and Ann Road, with future traffic signal underground improvements at Grand Canyon and El Capitan Way intersections, and installation of street lighting and ITS conduit and fiber on the north and south sides of Ann Road. In addition, construction also consisted of 2.2 miles of new sanitary sewer system, storm drain improvements, and water line relocations.
NDOT Contract 3624DB; Project NEON Design-Build – NDOT
DCS provided a staff augmentation team for NDOT Crew 915 that included an Assistant Resident Engineer, Office Engineer, Surveyors, multiple Construction Inspectors and Document Control.
This $559M design-build project included 3.7 miles of freeway widening along I-15 from Sahara to the US95/I-15 Interchange. It consisted of a High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) connector between US95 and I-15, direct HOV access ramps at Wall Street, reconstruction of the Charleston Blvd Interchange, and Grand Central Parkway connector over Charleston Blvd., twenty-eight bridges, MSE walls, precast retaining walls, precast sound walls, reinforced concrete box drainage replacements, roadway replacement with PCCP, asphalt ramps and city streets. The project also included the addition of an automated traffic management system with high resolution display message boards.
Pedestrian Grade Separation – Las Vegas Boulevard at Park Avenue – Clark County Public Works
DCS provided full administration construction management services for Clark County Public Works by providing a Construction Manager, two Resident Project Representatives and a Technical Office Manager.
This $17.2 million project included a pedestrian grade separation facility over Las Vegas Boulevard just north of Park Avenue. Construction consisted of a steel girder pedestrian bridge structure, a center pier in the median of Las Vegas Boulevard, escalators, stairways, elevators, mechanical rooms, electrical rooms, a maintenance room, storage room, security systems, and lighting. In addition, at grade improvements included pedestrian containment systems, storm and ground water drainage facilities, utility relocations, installation of security bollards, and landscape modifications. The improvements eased congestion on Las Vegas Boulevard and provided pedestrians safer access between casino properties.
Brooks Avenue and Commerce Street Improvements – City of North Las Vegas
DCS provided full administration construction management services by providing a Construction Manager, Assistant Construction Manager and Document Control. Our responsibilities also included oversight of the project scheduling and quality control testing.
These $6.2 million roadway improvement projects included roadway widening, asphalt paving, striping installation of curb, gutter, addition of streetlights and traffic signals, utility relocations, and new signage.
Gowan North – El Capitan Branch, Lone Mountain Rd. to Ann Rd. – City of Las Vegas
DCS provided full administration construction management services by providing a Project Manager, Construction Inspector and Document Control.
This $7.3 million flood control project consisted of a 10×7 foot Reinforced Concrete Box (RCB) for storm water conveyance within the El Capitan right of way. Over one mile of new RCB was installed from Lone Mountain Road extending through the Ann Road intersection. Additional improvements included tying into newly constructed drop inlets on side streets and throughout the corridor, installing new manholes, cast-in-place junction/transition structures, waterline relocations, and the removal and replacement of the asphalt pavement, striping, and signage. The project also included the abandonment of the existing sanitary sewer system within the Lone Mountain Road right-of-way and the replacement of over 1000′ of new sewer line with manholes.
NDOT Contract 3580, Boulder City Bypass, Phase 1 – NDOT
DCS provided a staff augmentation team for NDOT Crew 916 that included an Assistant Resident Engineer, Construction Inspectors, Document Control, Material Testing services, Public Information, along with environmental management services such as Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA) management and dust control.
The Boulder City Bypass, Phase 1 was part of the first official segment of Interstate 11. This $83 million project consisted of construction of a continuous four-lane, controlled access, divided highway passing south of the developed area of Boulder City. The project consisted of five separate bridge structures, including a 3-span structure, along with large retaining walls, drainage facilities, ITS and numerous architectural elements.
Boulder City Bypass Design-Build Project, Phase 2 – RTC of Southern Nevada
DCS partnered with 4LEAF Consulting, LLC on this $235 million full contract administration project with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada. DCS provided staff for the roles of Construction Manager, Assistant Construction Manager, and Document Control.
Phase 2 of the I-11 project included 10 bridge structures, some of which were designed as wildlife overcrossings and undercrossing, 12 miles of newly constructed Interstate highway, along with numerous drainage facilities, ITS improvements, and a scenic overlook.