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ECORP: An Essential Team Player for Construction Management Contracts

ECORP: An Essential Team Player for Construction Management Contracts: Woman standing

In September 2020, the County of Riverside Transportation Department and City of Menifee held a virtual “ribbon-cutting” for the Scott Road Interchange Project, on which ECORP played an active role. This project consists of the addition of clover-leaf roundabouts, providing much-needed traffic congestion relief for the I-215 corridor. 

ECORP performed pre-construction surveys and ensured compliance with environmental permits throughout construction. Completion of this project comes approximately 1 year after ECORP provided similar services on the Newport Road Interchange Project (located one intersection north of Scott Road) and coincided with ECORP’s work on additional construction projects in Riverside County, including: SR-60 Truck Climbing Lane, Jackson Street Bridge Seismic Retrofit, Avenue 66 Grade Separation Project, and Cathedral Canyon Drive Bridge. Looking to the future, ECORP is soon to begin work on the Coachella Valley’s CV Link Project, which will add 40 miles of pedestrian-friendly bike and electric vehicle paths in the Coachella Valley. 

Contact Todd Chapman at (714) 648-0630, or Scott Taylor and Phillip Wasz at (909) 307-0046 for all your environmental compliance needs!

Woman standing on the Scott Road Interchange construction site
A small tree on a construction site

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