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At A Glance

  • Client

    Valley Metro Rail Inc.
  • Estimated Value

    $199 Million
  • Location

    Mesa, Arizona
  • Role

    Prime Project and Construction Manager

Project Description

The Central Mesa Light Rail Extension provides a transfer-free connection between the existing Central Phoenix LRT line terminal at Sycamore Street and the Downtown Mesa Central Business District that includes a concentration of retail and office businesses and Mesa City Hall.  This extension expands the existing light rail transit system by 3.1 miles and adds an additional four passenger stations and a park-and-ride facility.  As Prime Construction Manager in a joint venture, PGH Wong Engineering, Inc. performed project and construction management services for Valley Metro Rail.  The extension opened for passenger service seven months ahead of schedule in August 2015.

Key Features

  • 3.1 mile light rail transit extension with 4 passenger stations
  • Embedded tracks in dedicated guideway
  • Design-Build project delivery method
  • The Project included right-of-way acquisition, utility relocation and roadway improvements.
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