• One of the first Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contracts for the City of Tucson Transportation Department
  • Project involved extensive coordination with the Union Pacific Railroad
The 250-foot-long reinforced concrete underpass, for the City of Tucson Transportation Department, replaced Arizona’s oldest urban grade-separated roadway-railroad intersection, built in 1916. It serves as a  new connection to downtown Tucson from historic Fourth Avenue and provides streetscape improvements, pedestrian and bicycle linkages, pocket parks, parking, retail, and improved safety. The new underpass accommodates Sun Link, the Tucson Modern Streetcar, and also features widened ADA pedestrian walkways on both sides of the underpass, public art, and separate bicycle lanes.
Arizona Transportation Partnering Excellence Award-American Public Works Assoc. (APWA)
Common Ground Award-Metropolitan Pima Alliance