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Myers and Sons Construction Breaks Ground in Malibu, CA
Myers and Sons Construction was in the news for the ground breaking of the City of Malibu Treatment Plant, the largest project ever taken on by the City in its 25 year history.
Myers & Sons Construction Wins Partnering Award for Fix 50 and Four Safety Awards From AGC
Myers and Sons Construction won four Safety Awards at the AGC of California Annual Conference and a Partnering Award for Fix 50. The safety awards were as follows:
First Place - Heavy Civil / Highway for 200k to 500k Worker Hours
Individual Safety Effort of a Project Superintendent - Charlie Nicholson
Safety Effort of a Project Team - RT 710
Project Unique Safety Application - LAX CM@R Project
The Partnering Award was in the catagory of projects under $50...
Myers and Sons Construction's Bridge Project in Sacramento
Construction of a new entrance into Old Sacramento at Capitol Mall and 2nd Street and installation of wider sidewalks on the O Street Bridge over I-5 will begin in July. Work is expected to be finished in fall of 2016, ahead of the opening of the Golden 1 Center.
The Riverfront Reconnection Project includes construction of the 2nd Street and Capitol Mall Connector Bridge providing a new entrance for cars, bicycles and pedestrians into Old Sacramento from Capitol Mall at 2nd Street...
See the Colorful New Light Show at LAX in Time-Lapse Action
Rainbow-colored, light-up towers are now officially LAX's "thing": the inspiration from Paul Tzanetopoulos's entryway pylons has spread through the airport with a project called the LAX Central Terminal Area Curbside Appeal and Roadway Improvement Project (sexy name!). Last night, Mayor Eric Garcetti switched on...
Sterling Construction Company, Inc. is Apparent Low Bidder on a California Department of Transportation Project Valued at Approximately $53.6 Million
THE WOODLANDS, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sterling Construction Company, Inc. (NasdaqGS:STRL) (“Sterling” or “the Company”) today announced that its affiliate, Myers & Sons Construction (“Myers”), was apparent low bidder on the California Department of Transportation (“CalTrans”) Las Virgenes Canyon Road project in LA County on Route 101 with a bid of $53,645,672. The project will consist of replacing 30,850 CY of failing concrete from Calabasas (PM 28.3) to Agoura Hills (PM 31.1) in...
C.C. Myers: Getting the job done -- quickly
C.C. Myers built three companies — not to mention a legacy — by being ahead of his time. At 16 he lied about his age to become an apprentice carpenter in Compton. He became a foreman by 19. After the “old goats” under him complained, Myers took the test to become a certified foreman at 20.That launched a six-decade career in construction, with a focus on infrastructure work. Myers, now 76, has built some of California’s most heavily used structures — and built a reputation for doing it...
Major Sacramento freeway lane closures planned
Caltrans officials are warning drivers to expect traffic slowdowns and perhaps extended backups on Highway 50 in Sacramento and West Sacramento this weekend due to construction-related lane closures. Lanes also will be closed at night this weekend and early next week on Interstate 5 south of Sacramento to allow for removal of an old overpass. Crews, which closed several lanes in both directions on Highway 50 Friday night, may have only two lanes open at many points during the weekend. The...
Best Real Estate Projects: Fix 50
The most notable aspect of Fix 50 — formally named the Camellia City Viaduct project — wasn’t the work itself. It was doing the work, and finishing it ahead of schedule, without completely disrupting traffic across two counties.
“We do these kinds of projects statewide, but they usually are in rural areas,” said Dennis Keaton, spokesman for the state Department of Transportation. “It’s a deck rehab. Basically, there was cracking that had gone all the way through the deck. It wasn’t...
On the Cover: The World’s Fastest Man
Things always seem to take too long. When the cable guy says he’ll arrive by noon, we know it’ll be closer to supper. Doctors are late. The mechanic needs an extra day. Every government project, it seems, takes longer than expected; the left can point to Iraq, the right can point to healthcare.gov. So it was something of a shock when Caltrans announced that its Fix 50 project, a restoration of the W/X Viaduct on Highway 50, actually finished early.