April 12, 2017 – HHCI’s $1.5M Repair Roads & Storm Water Improvements Project Earns EXCEPTIONAL Performance Rating!

Riverside, CA – April 10, 2017 – – HHCI earned EXCEPTIONAL performance ratings in Work Quality, Cost Control, Schedule Management (early completion!) Flood Management Project of the Yearand Project Management for the execution of the $1.5M Repair Roads & Storm Water Improvements project at the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Cannon Air Defense Complex in Arizona. Also, the project delivery team completed the project 100% accident-free.

Flood Management Project of the YearThis project accomplished multiple road repairs, storm water improvements, new asphalt concrete main access and primary roads, retaining walls, guardrails, concrete curbs and sidewalks, re-grading of roadway shoulders, new asphalt concrete parking lot, widening of the main entry road to allow for a new two-way turn lane, additional parking spaces, and provision of new storm water retention areas.

Doy Crouch, CADC Supervisory Architect, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, stated:
Flood Management Project of the YearMr. (HHCI) provided exceptional quality in the performance of the work…and was proactive in engaging for the additional requirements. (HHCI) was able to complete all work items early. This contributed to zero impact to air station operations. (HHCI) managed the work exceptionally well. They were responsive to all actions that had potential to delay the work.”

Thanks to the HHCI team for their excellent performance on this project. HHCI looks forward to providing our award-winning services to the Naval Facilities Engineering Command-CADC for future projects of various types and sizes!

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