Following on the footsteps of our original roadway construction and drainage project for the CAP in 2014, DBA was once again contracted by the Central Arizona Project to complete construction of two access roads to their communication towers. Both roads provide vehicular access to CAP’s microwave communication towers that control the water distribution in the canal.
This year, our portion of the Helmet Peak job began where we left off with Phase I in 2014. Our scope of work included roadway and drainage channel excavation through hard rock and the placement of 4″ PCCP (concrete paving) for a total 3,200 SF. The second project was for Pan Quemado Peak near Marana, Arizona which required extensive rock hammering, placement of aggregate base, and PCCP (concrete paving) up the access road from the bottom to the top for a total of 7,400 SF.