Terramor Planned Community

Project Summary

In total, the Terramor project consists of 890-acres of ungraded property located in the Temescal Valley in the County of Riverside. The land is being prepared for a planned community of 1,400 homes, a pool, sports park and community center. The project is in Phase 1 of 3 of the mass grading which consists of roughly 200 acres and 3.75 million cubic yards of mass excavation. The project kicked off in the Summer of 2015 with the Sycamore Creek Non-Potable Booster Pump Station. This improvement was followed by the Potable and Non-Potable waterlines, Sewer and Forcemain, Storm Drain, and Street improvements.

Services Involved:

  • Bid Administration
  • Cost Estimating
  • Value Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Project Coordination
  • Labor Compliance
  • Field Engineer Support
  • Aerial Documentation

Project Start
June 2015

Project End
Ongoing

Project Value
$65 Million
*As of March 28, 2018

Team
Bid Administration: Erica Langham
Construction Manager: Joe Whitney
Project Management: Scott Porterfield
Cost Estimating: Bryon Barker
Field Engineer: Jarred Gormly

Agency
Temescal Valley Water District & County of Riverside

Client
Foremost Communities

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