Client: Sacramento County Regional Parks

Location: Sacramento, CA

HIGHLIGHTS

Maloney Construction was award the project from the Bureau of Land Management in September of 2015. The project consisted of constructing a raised wooden boardwalk that traverses the preserve, a visitors viewing platform and a concrete walkway.

Each year over 10,000 K-12 students and 60,000 visitors flock to the Preserve to look, listen, photograph, and learn about more than 200,000 waterfowl, shorebirds, wading birds, and songbirds that reside and/or migrate to the Preserve each year.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Cosumnes River Preserve consists of over 50,000 acres of wildlife habitat and agricultural lands owned by seven land-owning Partners. The Partners include The Nature Conservancy, Bureau of Land Management, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, Sacramento County Regional Parks, Department of Water Resources, Ducks Unlimited, and the California State Lands Commission. The Preserve is centered along the Cosumnes River, its floodplains and riparian habitat. This habitat is buffered by a variety of agricultural operations. The Preserve provides numerous social, economic, and recreational benefits to local communities and to people residing in the larger Sacramento and San Joaquin areas. The habitat supports wildlife, including birds that migrate throughout the Pacific Flyway.

Maloney Construction was award the project from the Bureau of Land Management in September of 2015. The project consisted of constructing a raised wooden boardwalk that traverses the preserve, a visitors viewing platform and a concrete walkway. The project had to be completed before the wetland became flooded and unworkable. The owner had a limited budget and the Maloney team worked closely with the Bureau of Land Management on both price and scope to deliver them their project on time and within budget.

The owner had a limited budget and the Maloney team worked closely with the Bureau of Land Management on both price and scope to deliver them their project on time and within budget. The project had to be completed before the wetland became flooded and unworkable and Maloney Construction was able to deliver the project on time.

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