As part of a $581 million, 35-mile, 8-station Front Runner Commuter-Rail line that began operations in the Spring of 2008.
Wadsworth’s scope of work for the project included the construction of two major bridge structures erected over the Union Pacific Railroad yard combined with lengths of 1,993 feet, 30,500 square feet of permanent shoring retaining walls containing soldier pile, and lagging. And over 16,000 square feet of shot-crete style retaining walls.
Wadsworth received the INTERMOUNTAIN CONTRACTOR’S BEST OF STATE 2007 award in the BEST CONCRETE PROJECT category for work completed on this project.
The Company partnered with CRC which is a Joint Venture of Stacy & Witbeck, Inc., and Herzog Contracting Corp.