Past Jobs

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park Entrance and Day Use Development:

Herback Construction Past Project - Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park Entrance and Day Use Development

Owner:  State of California Natural Resources Agency Department of Parks and Recreation
Contract:  $3,291,094.00
Location: Big Sur, California
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Job Summary:
The project consists of clearing and grubbing the jobsite, removing asphalt, debris and a kiosk; realign sewer lines, install a lift station, water lines, storm drains, and electrical. Grade the site, excavate, construct trail and wood deck and install prefabricated vehicle and pedestrian bridges; realign and repair roads, resurface the parking lot, install landscape and irrigation; renovate existing residence to a visitor center and office facility and construct a new entrance kiosk and restroom.


Mendocino Woodlands State Park Water System Repair:

Herback Construction Past Project - Mendocino Woodlands State Park Water System Repair

Owner:  State of California Natural Resources Agency Department of Parks and Recreations
Contract:  $1,434,000.00
Location: Mendocino Woodlands State Park in Mendocino County, California
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Job Summary:
HGE began construction of Mendocino Woodlands State Park Water System Repair in November of 2011. The project includes over 12,000 LF of underground piping, two new wood frame buildings to house the water treatment plants, two new water treatment plants, relocation of existing water storage tanks and the addition of 3 new 10,000 gallon water storage tanks. This project is in a remote location requiring outstanding planning and execution to get the job done on time, on schedule and on budget.


Trout Creek Restoration - Reach 3 Construction Project:

Herback Construction Past Project - Trout Creek Restoration - Reach 3 Construction Project

Owner:  Town of Truckee
Contract:  $913,384.65
Location: Trout Creek in Truckee, California
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Job Summary:
Improve physical aquatic habitat, restore functional floodplain, increase the extent and diversity of the riparian corridor, and improve flood protection. Lowering the rock lined channel to create a continuous profile grade between the newly constructed channels requiring the excavation of approximately 100 cubic yards of material from the channel. The project required widening of the existing floodplain to an average of about 70 feet from the current average width of 30 feet and lower the bed of Trout Creek approximately 1-foot at the upstream end before transitioning to existing grade. The channel is being reconstructed to support a series of pools and riffles with a slight increase in the meander pattern to pull the active channel away from the valley slope. The project also included construction of a stormwater treatment basin and supplemental parking for residents.





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