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October Construction Update

FRESNO, Calif – The latest construction update for October highlights the now 9 active construction sites in the Central Valley between Madera and Fresno. Get the latest information on those projects, read about the visit from U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and see two new animations of the signature structures being built in Fresno by reading the October Construction Update.

Latest Developments

  • Woman-Owned San Jose Engineering Firm Says High-Speed Rail Small Business Participation Goal is Creating Opportunities

    SACRAMENTO, Calif – NSI Engineering is a woman-owned San Jose-based firm doing quality assurance on the Northern California portions of the high-speed rail program and represents one of the 11 million women-owned businesses in the country. NSI is not only certified as a woman-owned small business but certified as a disadvantaged business and a disabled veteran business. October is National Women's Small Business Month and according to SCORE, women-owned businesses in the U.S. support nearly nine million jobs and generate annual revenues of $1.6 trillion. As of June 2016, there are 48 women-owned small businesses working on the high-speed rail program.

    Watch the video so see why NSI Engineering owner Laura Uden says the High-Speed Rail Authority's aggressive small-business participation goal has given her company opportunities it might have not otherwise received.

  • New Animations Highlight High-Speed Rail Signature Structures on the North and South Ends of Fresno


    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Check out two new animations highlighting high-speed rail signature structures in Construction Package 1. The San Joaquin River Viaduct will feature arches representing the northern gateway into Fresno and will also feature a pergola structure in order to cross over the top of the Union Pacific tracks. The Cedar Viaduct consists of arches spanning State Route 99 on the southern end of Fresno and will allow high-speed trains to pass over State Route 99, as well as North and Cedar Avenues and avoid any at-grade crossings.

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