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Getting You On Track

The Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) 1 projects including, Mid-Coast, Elvira to Morena Double Tracking (EMDT), and San Diego River Bridge (SDRDT), are moving into final design and construction phases.

 

Updates & Impacts

Full Closures of Genesee Avenue: The week of Sunday, March 7, crews will begin efforts to pave and restripe Genesee Avenue. The construction activities will continue for approximately three weeks and will require full closures of Genesee Avenue between Regents Road and Nobel Drive. Crews will pave Genesee Avenue in sections. Following the paving activities, crews will install traffic signals and stripe the roadway. Closure and work hours will be Sundays through Thursdays, from 8 p.m. at night through 5 p.m. the following day. Please expect noise as this work is completed and use caution when traveling near the work area. View additional information

Full Closure of Southbound Morena Boulevard: UPDATE: On Thursday, February 18, crews will continue to set canopies for the future Clairemont Drive Trolley Station. To accommodate this work, a full closure will be in place on southbound Morena Boulevard from Gesner Street to Ingulf Street. Work and closure hours will be from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. This is a continuation of work that began on Tuesday, February 9. Please follow signage and use caution when traveling in the area. View additional information.

Santa Fe Street Traffic Shift: Beginning Tuesday, February 16 and continuing for approximately three weeks, traffic changes will be in effect on Santa Fe Street for crews to pave the Rose Creek Bikeway. Impacts will be in place between Karl Strauss Brewing Company and Jaguar Coventry Cars of San Diego. One lane will remain open at all times, and flaggers will be present to direct traffic. Driveway impacts are anticipated but access will be maintained. Work hours will be Mondays through Fridays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. View additional information.

 

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Project Gallery

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I-5 auxiliary lane construction
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Rose Canyon Bike Path panel installation
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Curb & drain work on Santa Fe Street
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Concrete pouring & trench work at VA Medical Station
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Safety protocols at Tecolote Station
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Excavation & grading work at Pepper Canyon
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Braced column construction at Tecolote Bridge
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VA Medical Station rail work
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MCTC crew selfie
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San Diego River Bridge
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Falsework removal
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Stairs and ditch construction
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Curb work
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Concrete pour
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Gilman Drive Bridge Falsework installation over I-5
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Gilman Drive Bridge Falsework installation over I-5
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Gilman Drive Bridge Falsework installation over I-5
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Gilman Drive Bridge Falsework installation over I-5
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UCSD Guideway- April 2018
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UCSD Guideway- April 2018
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UCSD Guideway- April 2018
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UCSD Guideway- April 2018
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UCSD Guideway
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UCSD Guideway
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UCSD Guideway
  • July 2019 Construction Photos
  • June 2019 Construction Photos
  • Gilman Drive Bridge Falsework
  • UCSD Guideway
 

The Project

The project will extend Trolley service from the Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego to the University City community, serving major activity centers such as Old Town, the University of California San Diego (UCSD), and Westfield UTC.

 

This is a Federally Funded Project and we are requesting bids from DBE and SB Subcontractors. The overall DBE project goal is 11.3%.  The goal provides an estimated $150 million in awards to DBE firms.

 

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Learn More

 

 

MCTC is committed to maximizing the participation of local and disadvantaged firms to benefit the community while providing San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) the best value. Learn about how your company can join our team and find out about upcoming opportunities.

Opportunities

 

 

 

Training for Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project.

Roadway Worker Protection (RWP) Training  & MCTC Project Specific Training.

Participation in NCTD RWP Training requires payment to be made directly to Bombardier Mass Transit and is due prior to the beginning of training – failure may result in employees being turned away and asked to reschedule for a future class. Specific details are provided via the link below as part of the registration process and can also be found on NCTDs website www.gonctd.com.

Classes offered at the MCTC Executive Drive office.

Sign Up for Training

 

 

If you are ready to join the team and would like to register your company for future work on this project, please follow the link below to begin the registration process in MCTC's vendor database.

REGISTRATION

 

Learn more about MCTC's Construction Bench Program and complete a questionnaire for consideration.

CONSTRUCTION BENCH

 

The Team

MID-COAST TRANSIT CONSTRUCTORS

Mid-Coast Transit Constructors (MCTC) is a fully-integrated joint venture of Stacy and Witbeck, Herzog, and Skanska. We have combined these three highly successful construction organizations to bring a collection of talents uniquely suited for the CM/GC 1 projects. MCTC team members are heavy civil constructors specializing in CM/GC contracting for rail projects. We are experts at self-performing rail and bridge work proudly managed and built by our own forces.

Over the past 10 years our firms have constructed more than 600 miles of track for passenger rail service. Together, our CM/GC experience includes more than 30 rail transit projects with a total value of over $4.7 billion.

 

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