Camellia City Viaduct Retrofit

March 18, 2015

Myers and Sons Construction, LP (Myers) was awarded this project by Caltrans District 3. The project rehabilitated a section of U.S. Highway 50, known as the W/X Viaduct, between 18th and 24th Streets. It consisted of two 2,530 feet-long parallel structures approximately 90 feet-wide that carries six lanes of traffic over city streets, freight, and light rail lines in downtown Sacramento, with approximately 250,000

vehicles traveling on the Viaducts and 12,000 vehicles traveling on the surface streets daily. The project included placing a 4-inch concrete deck on top of the existing deck to mitigate cracking and provide Reconstruction. The project also added 146 steel column casings for seismic strengthening as well as new joint seals, new concrete barriers and railings, and energy-efficient lighting standards, thereby enhancing safety. APWA Project of the Year Award, Sacramento Business Journal Infrastructure Project of the Year