November 23, 2010
Mountain Cascade was awarded the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission One Million Hour Working Safety Achievement.
October 20, 2009
Trenchless Technology awards Mountain Cascade’s A-Line Relief Interceptor Project as New Installation Project of the Year Runner Up for 2009
December 17, 2008
Mountain Cascade is given the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) 2008 Project Excellence Award for the Goldridge Zone II Pump Station & Reservoir. The project was for the City of Fairfield, Ca and was designed by Creegan & D’Angelo Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers.
July 1, 2008
The Central Contra Costa Sanitary District Pipeline News recognized Mountain Cascade’s A-Line Relief Interceptor Project as “A Really Big Boring Project.” “A-Line Relief CCCSD News Summer 2008”
June 25, 2008
The Lamorinda Weekly News reports on Mountain Cascade’s Moraga Road Project as “Ground Breaking News: Moraga Road is Closed.” “Lamorinda Weekly News June 25, 2008”
Mountain Cascade News and Press Releases
December 14, 2010
Mountain Cascade has been awarded a $48,706,379 contract by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission for construction of the Western Segment of the San Joaquin Pipeline of the Hetch Hetchy Water System. The project includes construction of 54,421 feet of 78-inch diameter pipeline and four tunneled crossings totaling 1,602 feet. In addition, there is also a 430 foot bridged span of the California Aqueduct south of Tracy and open-cut installation across Tracy Country Club property. The work will be performed in Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties. Construction is expected to begin in late March of 2011 and be completed in approximately 18 months.
November 23, 2010
Mountain Cascade was awarded the One Million Hour Working Safety Achievement from San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. The award was given for working efforts on the SFPUC San Andreas Pipeline No 3, that our construction team has been installing for the past two years.
December 8, 2009
Mountain Cascade was awarded the BAY DIVISION PIPELINE RELIABILITY UPGRADE-PIPELINE NO. 5 (Peninsula Reach) contracted by the City of San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. A $52 million project which includes approximately 47,373 linear feet of 60" diameter welded steel pipe. The pipeline will be installed through soils which vary from soft, wet bay mud to hard rock. Five tunnel crossing of major roadways are required and the project has numerous other appurtenances and upgrades to existing facilities. The pipeline will be installed in East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Redwood City, and other unincorporated areas of San Mateo County. This project is one of several phases of SFPUC's upgrades of their Hetch Hetchy Water Delivery System.
August 3, 2009
After only five mouths of construction the Plymouth Pipeline is over 90 percent complete. The project schedule allowed for one year of construction duration but Mountain Cascade expects to finish by October. The project will install approximately 40,000 Lf of 12” waterline to connect the existing City of Plymouth treatment plant with the City of Jackson Ridge Road Plant. The jobs scope also includes installing a 80’ span steel pedestrian bridge, tank modifications, pressure reducing stations, creek crossing, clearing, access roads, and paving.
May 20, 2009
Mountain Cascade was awarded a $28 million job in Portland, Oregon. The Portsmouth Force Main Segment 1 Project for the City Of Portland consists of installing approximately 12,000 lf of 66” WSP force main using both open-cut and microtunnel methods.
March 9, 2009
Mountain Cascade becomes pre qualified to bid as a General Contractor on the $125 to $150 million Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure near Pleasant Grove, Utah. The project is expected to bid in the fall of 2009 and will enclose approximately 21 miles of canal with either a 144” to 120” pipe or a reinforced concrete box culvert.
February 20, 2009
The Company is awarded the Alta Hill Water Tank Project for the City of Grass Valley. With a contract of just over $2 million this project will add to the cities water storage capacities and upgrade there current system. The jobsite is located in the Sierra foothills between Grass Valley and Auburn, Ca.
January 7, 2009
Mountain Cascade loses long time employee Jeff Patton, to tragic auto accident while on family vacation
Jeff Patton - January 7, 2009
December 11, 2008
Mountain Cascade is awarded the $5.3 million Plymouth Pipeline Project. Contracting with Amador Water Agency the project will install approximately 40,000 Lf of 12” waterline to connect the existing City of Plymouth treatment plant with the City of Jackson Ridge Road plant. The job also includes installing a 80’ span steel pedestrian bridge, creek crossing, clearing, access roads, and paving.
April 14, 2008
Mountain Cascade acquires Harber Company, a Las Vegas, Nevada based firm. The company feels this addition will allow us to develop more presence in the Nevada and Arizona market.