Hazard Construction Co. Awarded $7.5-Million Contract

Staff | September 28, 2010

San Diego, CA— Hazard Construction Company has been awarded a $7,443,770 contract for the rehabilitation of 20 miles of roadways and ADA ramp infrastructure in various locations throughout the city of San Diego.

Mary Wolford is serving as project manager, and Edmond Hanna is the construction manager for the city of San Diego. Work is scheduled to begin this month, with completion slated for February 2009.

The scope of work for Hazard Construction Company includes roadway repairs and resurfacing, ADA ramp improvements, cold in-place recycled asphalt concrete work, utility adjustments, pavement marking, cold planing, and detector loops.

Jim Burns is serving as the project manager for Hazard Construction Company, with Mario Hale as project superintendent. The city of San Diego is the architect/planner and civil engineer on the project. Major subcontractors include Portillo Concrete, Pavement Recycling Systems, Payco Specialties, and Global Road Sealing.