5th and 6th Streets at Sacramento Railyards
The Railyards, near Downtown and the River District in Sacramento will eventually be a mixed-use hub for entertainment, retail, housing, office, theaters, parks, hotels and museums. At one time, the site served as the western terminus of the 1860s Transcontinental Railroad. Today, Railyards continues to house a major transportation hub and soon the 244-acre site will transform the historic Union Pacific site into a dynamic, urban environment featuring a state-of-the-art mass transit hub. Our multiple projects included construction of the new 6th Street and 5th Street roadways and associated retaining walls, sidewalks and paths. Also, construction of water, drainage and sewer improvements, street lighting, traffic signals, landscaping, irrigation and dry utilities. The Scope components were composed of two Projects: (1) 6th Street bridges and roadways, and (2) Fifth Street Bridge, Fifth Street Viaduct, Fifth Street roadways and retaining walls, and Railyards Blvd. Both Fifth Street and Sixth Street connect to Railyards Boulevard, which runs east to west through the development site and connects to Seventh Street.