Reyes Construction, Inc.
At Hutchinson and Bloodgood, we like to support the diversified endeavors of our clients and we periodically feature a different client in this spotlight. This time we have focused our client spotlight on Reyes Construction, Inc.
Reyes Construction, Inc. is a General Construction firm based in Southern California, that was awarded a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for outstanding and invaluable service to the community, successfully partnering with numerous agencies and hundreds of subcontractors and vendors within the Southwest District. Founded and incorporated in 1987, Reyes Construction, Inc. has over 24 years of experience providing quality service for a variety of clients: including, but not limited to the U.S. Navy; U.S. Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Caltrans; various County and City Public Works, Sanitation, Flood Control, and Waste Management departments; as well as other local, state and Federal Government agencies, and private clients.
Reyes Construction, Inc. provides new construction, repairs, renovations, alterations, upgrades and rehabilitation construction for pipeline, water and sewer utilities; marine, waterfront & port projects; channels, dams and basins; flood control; landfills; facilities and buildings; asphalt/concrete, paving and roadway; structures and bridges; demolition and excavation; clearing, grubbing and site preparation; and other unique projects.
Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge Project Details
RCI to work with Designer T.Y. Lin International to Construct an Iconic Pedestrian Bridge. Under the direction of the City Centre Development Corporation (CCDC), a non-profit development corporation under contract to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Diego, RCI will construct the $21,672,531 pedestrian bridge which spans 550 feet across the railroad right-of-way and Harbor Drive in the East Village Section of downtown San Diego. The bridge will connect directly to a third level parking structure adjacent to the new Hilton San Diego Convention Center Hotel. It will provide a safe crossing over heavily traveled Harbor Drive and existing train and trolley tracks, facilitating the completion of the vehicular intersection at Park Boulevard and Harbor Drive. The bridge will improve vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and will complete a 100-year old vision of a Park-to-Bay Link, connecting two important regional assets: Balboa Park and San Diego Bay.
Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP Partner: Peter D. Weir, Glendale