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Local Expertise

With nearly a century of experience constructing roadways and bridges in California, Skanska’s capabilities in the region today extend to cover sectors such as earth moving, water and wastewater treatment plants, flood control structures and all variety of buildings.

Project Experience

  • I-15 Widening Project "Victorville to Barstow"

    Skanska was awarded a contract to improve traffic flow between Los Angeles and Las Vegas along heavily congested Interstate 15. The project stretched along 35 miles between Victorville and Barstow in California. The scope of work on the project ...

  • Melrose Street Grade Separation Project

    Skanska was awarded the Melrose Street Grade Separation contract by the city of Placentia, Calif. The project is part of the Orangethorpe Avenue Grade Separation and Trade Corridor project initiated by OnTrac, a joint-powers authority heade...

  • Pacific Coast Highway Grade Separations

    Skanska earned the final major contract of the $2.4 billion Alameda Corridor project.The $30 million final contract -- the Pacific Coast Highway Grade Separation -- was awarded to eliminate traffic conflicts at two railroad crossings and the Alameda ...

  • West Hills Medical Center

      This $48 million medical center project consisted of 48,000-SF of new construction and 5,500- SF of renovation work. The facility houses a new emergency department, new utility plant and 24,000-SF intensive care unit. This project also include...

  • I-5/I-805/SR56 Reconstruction

    This contract included widening existing sections of I-5 and I-805 and constructing new freeway bypasses. The project limits were approximately 1 mile south on I-5 from the I-5/I-805 interchange, 2 miles north on I-5 from the I-5/I-805 interchange, a...

  • Exposition Light Rail Transit Phase 2 Design/Build Project

    The 6.6-mile Exposition Light Rail Transit Phase 2 project extends the Expo light rail line from Culver City to Santa Monica, just four blocks from the Pacific Ocean. The scope of work included 14 miles of track as well as five at-grade stations and ...

  • SR 215 Widening

    The project involves two phases, totaling 1.4 miles, which will be widened by two lanes. It also includes the rebuilding of a number of entrance and exit ramps along the stretch of highway in question, the installation of traffic signalization and co...