Riverside County Tran RCTD – 1215 Van Buren
CPM Partners, as a sub-consultant, provided construction management support services and field personnel to the Riverside County Transportation
Department (RCTD) on the I-215/Van Buren Boulevard Interchange Improvements Project.
The Riverside County Transportation Department (RCTD), in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), March Joint
Powers Authority (MJPA) and Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) improved the I-215/Van Buren Interchange to accommodate the
recent increase in traffic volumes and to facilitate future growth. The reconfiguration of the existing tight diamond interchange included: the
addition of new eastbound to northbound entrance ramp; realignment and widening of Van Buren Boulevard; replacement of the bridge structures
over the railroad and freeway; minor realignment of southbound I-215; the addition of a traffic signal at the northbound ramps, auxiliary lanes along I215 between Van Buren Boulevard and Cactus Avenue and acceleration/deceleration lanes south of Van Buren Boulevard. Various aesthetic treatments are proposed on the bridge structures, retaining walls, and decorative landscaping to reflect the area’s military influence.
CPM Partners provided scheduling/review support, field engineering, inspection, and document control services.
Owner: County of Riverside
Location: Riverside, CA
Cost: $53 M
Dates: Jul 2012 – Jul 2015