Established in 1967, Riverside Construction has steadily grown over the years into a highly respected company with a solid reputation for quality work. We have performed hundreds of projects with various agencies, cities and municipalities throughout Southern California.
This project will complete drainage facilities for the Meridian Business Center.
Once completed, this project will alleviate traffic congestion along Newport Road and provide an additional roadway connection from the east to west thoroughfare of Menifee, thereby avoiding direct interchange travelers.
This project will construct a bridge and bike tunnel on Ontario Ranch Road at Archibald Ave.
This project will extend State Street in the City of San Bernardino from Baseline to 16th Street.
This project will widen and retrofit the Bear Valley Overhead Bridge and improve nearby intersections.
The project consisted of installation of 2,590 feet of 4’x2’ R.C.B., catch basins, sidewalk, curb, gutter, street widening, street lights and striping.
The Bedford Wash Bridge was constructed for Arantine Hills Holding LP. The project is a 5 bay cast-in-place structure that is 177 feet long and spans the Bedford Wash in Corona, CA. The bridge abutments were constructed on 24-Inch CIDH concrete piling. In addition to the bridge, the project includes the necessary road work and utilities. Within the bridge structure, there are (2) 12″ DIP Water Lines, (1) 8″ DIP Reclaimed Water Line, (1) 8″ DIP Gravity Sewer Line, CATV Conduits, Telephone Conduits, SCE Electrical Conduits, and a SCG Gas Line.
This project widened I-215 near Moreno Valley from Alessandro Boulevard to Eucalyptus Avenue.
This project separated the roadway and the railroad tracks on Durfee Ave in the City of Pico Rivera. A roadway underpass was constructed on Durfee Ave between Beverly Rd and Whittier Blvd under the UPRR tracks with retaining walls and a new railroad bridge.
This project upgraded the Interstate 15 Railroad Canyon Interchange in Lake Elsinore. The project addressed the needs of the area’s growing number of residents and recreational visitors. The project also improved traffic flow for people traveling to and from Canyon Lake.
The I-215 Placentia Avenue Interchange is the first construction project of the Mid County Parkway, a new 16-mile transportation corridor between the San Jacinto and Perris valleys. The Mid County Parkway is designed to reduce travel times between these areas.
This new, grade-separated bridge is an 800-foot long structure with architectural details that celebrate Mecca’s uniqueness.
The interchange improvement project widened Cajalco Road from two to six lanes from Temescal Canyon Road to Bedford Canyon Road. The project also provided several improvements to the entrance and exit ramps and auxiliary lanes in the area.
This bridge widening and seismic improvement project added one additional lane (three total), a bicycle lane, and sidewalks for both directions of traffic. It also included road improvements from Gerald Ford Drive to Perez Road.
This project included demolition of the existing bridge and northbound Indio Boulevard overcrossing, then replacing it with a new six-lane bridge with bicycle lanes on each side and a sidewalk on the northbound side of Jefferson Street.
This project bridged the BNSF railroad tracks over Laurel Street in the City of Colton.
This project included construction of a railroad underpass at the Riverside Ave/UPRR crossing.
This project consisted of two new bridge structures, a freeway overcrossing and a railroad overhead.