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California High Speed Rail. Detailed Design
California High Speed Rail. Detailed Design
  • Client: California Rail Builders
  • Country: United States
  • Start date: 2016
  • Ending date: 2018
  • Investment: 1.100 million USD
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California High Speed Rail. Detailed Designo (CP4).

Construction Package 4 (CP4) is part of the California High Speed Rail network that will connect the main cities in California; a 22-mile high-speed rail stretch between one-mile north of the Tulare-Kern County line and Poplar Avenue in Kern County and it is composed of three alignment subsections: 

  • Allensworth Bypass (A1), One mile north of the Tulare-Kern County line to south of Elmo Highway, 9 miles in length.
  • Poso Creek (L1) South of Elmo Highway to south of Whisler Road, 3 miles in length.
  • Wasco-Shafter (WS1), South of Whisler Road to just north of Poplar Avenue, approximately 9 miles in length. 

SENER subsection is part of the WS1 alignment, between stations 5678+90.00 and 5880+00.00 (End of CP4, near to Poplar Ave).

Major work elements for this alignment subsection include civil works for the at-grade and aerial sections (approach to the non-standard structure at the BNSF railroad crossing), two grade separations at Kimberlina Road and Merced Avenue, realignment of local roads, and realignments of BNSF tracks.

This contract extends SENER’s broad participation in US most ambitious High Speed Rail project, in this case, for the assigned contractor (the California Rail Builders consortium) and in the Final Design (Detail Design) stage.

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