Transportation systems are a way of life. With California's longer commutes, traffic, and deteriorating roads and bridges increasingly concerning to local citizens and government, it is projected that the state will see a vastly increased demand for new and revitalized transportation systems in the coming year.
At MNS, we are innovators that collectively have the underlying goal of improving current transportation systems for tomorrow. We confidently face the challenge of designing and constructing practical and safe solutions that are environmentally sound. Working together from conception to completion, let us be the first firm you contact to develop creative, long-term strategies for your transportation needs.
The new bridge at Pitkens Curve bypasses a geologically unstable area of land, helping to make this portion of State Route 1 much safer for motorists. This project features a unique cast-in-place segmental bridge combined with a rock shed. MNS provided: Construction Management Services [full project experience]
The Lewis Road Grade Separation project provided additional lanes and a safer route to California State University, Channel Islands. This project widened Lewis Road, realigned existing State highway, and constructed two bridges over the Union Pacific Railroad and Calleguas Creek. MNS provided: Construction Management Services [full project experience]
The new Willow Road Interchange offers the following improvements: Serves as an intertie between State Route 1 and US 101; reduces traffic at Tefft Street Interchange; provides a shorter travel route on Mesa Road; provides a viable truck route; and improves emergency response services. This project was completed six months ahead of schedule MNS provided: Construction Management & Land Surveying Services [full project experience]
US 101 from Milpas Street to Hot Springs Road has been a cause of traffic congestion and major commuter delays for many years. This widening project added an additional lane that spans for one mile.
MNS provided: Structures Representative & Office Engineering Services [full project experience]
This $2.5M project consisted of replacing an existing scour-critical bridge with a new pre-cast, pre-stressed concrete box girder bridge. MNS provided: Civil Engineering & Land Surveying Services [full project experience]
Nearing its 100th year, the Ortega Street Bridge required the following safety improvements: accommodation of a 20-year storm event, seismic safety code compliance, improved creek capacity, and increased flood capacity of Mission Creek. This project was completed two months ahead of schedule. MNS provided: Construction Management, Civil Engineering & Land Surveying Services [full project experience]
Allen Road Bridge is a 600 foot bridge that crosses the Kern River. This new four lane roadway with raised curb median is approximately 4,200 lf. MNS provided: Land Surveying Services [full project experience]
The Vineyard Drive Interchange widened the existing bridge and the northbound and southbound off-ramps to create dedicated right-turn pockets onto Vineyard Drive. MNS provided: Construction Management Services [full project experience]
The Magic Mountain Parkway Interchange widened and constructed new on and off ramps on Interstate 5, widened the existing undercrossing, and realigned the existing streets and frontage roads adjacent to the freeway. MNS provided: Construction Management & Inspection Services [full project experience]
Group II of this project involved improvements for passing lanes, turn lanes, and pull outs on State Route 154. MNS provided: Construction Management, Civil Engineering & Land Surveying Services [full project experience]