HYLAND AVENUE & SOUTH COAST DRIVE AHRP REHABILITATION PROJECTS, COSTA MESA, CALIFORNIA
This federally funded project consisted of the rehabilitation and repair of a portion of Hyland Avenue and South Coast Drive in the City of Costa Mesa, County of Orange, State of California. The limits of this project are described as follows: Hyland Avenue, from South Coast Drive to MacArthur Boulevard; and South Coast Drive from 500′ West of Harbor Boulevard to Hyland Avenue. The improvements for the subject streets within the project limits included total pavement reconstruction, redesign of existing cross sections as needed to improve drainage and driveability, and repair of damaged sections of curb and gutter, cross-gutters, driveways, sidewalks, and curb ramps. Pavement reconstruction included pulverizing the existing pavement section in place, cement treatment removal of excess cement treated base material and overlay with Asphalt Rubber Hot Mix (ARHM) pavement. This project also included replacement of existing CMP with reinforced concrete storm drain pipes. This project also included traffic striping, loop replacement, construction of new P.C.C. bus pad, and traffic control plans for the proposed improvements. Kabbara Engineering also prepared and processed the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) forms and the E-76 Authorization to Proceed with Construction forms for Caltrans District 12 approval of federal funding each separate project street.