RICK is performing ongoing design and construction staking for this 2,000-unit, 800-acre residential project in southern Riverside County. The project included the land use planning, the preparation of five (5) tentative maps, as well as final engineering plans that included the extension of Murrieta Hot Springs Road, which has been completed, and a portion of Butterfield Stage Road, which includes a bridge over Tucolata Creek.
RICK has also completed offsite transmission water mains under design contract to Eastern Municipal Water District and Rancho California Water District. The project included coordination with Metropolitan Water District for tunneling under Metropolitan Water District pipelines with 15″ trunk sewer as well as for boring under the same line with the 84″ RCP extension of the Santa Gertrudis Valley Master Drainage Plan Line. Drainage facilities included Santa Gertrudis Valley Storm Drain Stages 1, 2, and 3, totaling over 7,800′ of Flood Control facilities, as well as over four (4) miles of local storm drain. The project also encompasses over one mile of Tucolata Creek (5,600 cfs). This portion of the project required HEC-RAS studies, both temporary low flow and permanent crossings, and scour studies regarding the now completed Butterfield Stage bridge.
County research, boundary control survey, acquisition, legal descriptions and plats, right-of-way and construction control/staking was also included.