Max J Kuney awarded Harbor Pacific Contractors a contract to construct the 130th Street light rail station in Bellevue, Washington. Work is scheduled to begin in November 2018 and take approximately 12 months to complete.
Harbor Pacific will begin work on a new equipment building at the Northup Maintenance Facility in Bellevue, Washington for the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). Work is expected to commence in June 2018 and take approximately six months to complete.
MWH awarded Harbor Pacific Contractors a contract to install specialty fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) components at Intel's Ronler Acres Water Recycle Plant in Hillsboro, Oregon. The project includes FRP baffles and covers for the new membrane bioreactor reactor tanks, equalization basins and BNR tanks. Work is scheduled to start in June 2018 and be completed in mid-November 2018.
The City of Mill Creek has selected Harbor Pacific Contractors to rebuild a segment of 35th Ave SE that crosses an environmentally sensitive wetlands area where unstable soils and a high water table have caused the roadway to settle. The new asphalt roadway will be built using conventional means on top of lightweight concrete fill, supported by over 500 pin piles, and will include a voided slab span over an existing drainage channel. Dewatering and temporary shoring will be installed to complete the new roadway and drainage improvements. The project is expected to take eight months to complete.