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West Entryway US 34 & US 34 Business Sign

Duran Excavating, Inc. was awarded the West Greeley Entryway project by the City of Greeley in 2006. The construction of the Entryway Sign is located at the South West quadrant of the US 34 by pass and US 34 business route. As Greeley is enhancing their image and experiencing westward growth this monument encompasses the City’s strength, class and prestige. The new Greeley Entryway Sign Structure includes cast in place concrete, reinforced masonry, wheatsandstone pattern tiles, red sandstone veneer, precast concrete caps, icon panel, 3” thick buff sandstone veneer, and 4” deep aluminum reverse pan channel sign letters, and bridge painting.

3rd Avenue & Gateway

Owner of this project is the City of Longmont Parks and Open Space Division. Duran Excavating Inc. is the General Contractor for this project. Description of work as follows: Erosion control, survey, demolition, site grading, drainage, crusher fine borders, concrete walks, irrigation, landscape, seeding, benches, and split rail fence.

McKee Medical Center

Under the General Contractor (Hensel Phelps Construction Company) Duran Excavating, Inc will be in charge of the following. Site demolition of a metal building, removal of asphalt, curb & gutter and concrete slabs. Clear and grub trees, grass, and shrubs. Site cut and fill, fine grade, structural excavation and backfill, and gravel under slab. This project will be completed by the end of December 2006.

Weld County Jail Phase III Expansion

Duran Excavating, Inc was awarded the Subcontract for the Weld County Jail Phase III from Roche Constructors, Inc. DEI’s work consists of earthwork and site utilities. The earthwork included site cut and fill export, structural excavation, structural backfill, fine grading, gravel under slab, and foundation drain system. Utilities included removing existing storm sewer system, installing new storm sewer pipe drainage from 18” to 48”, inlets, outlet structures, rip rap, fire line, domestic service, sanitary sewer, and roof drain system.

St. Vrain State Park Phase IIA

Duran was awarded this project from Colorado State Parks. The work to be performed includes 6,450 tons of Class 6 roadbase placement on previously constructed roads, driveways, and shoulders, 46 campsites including high use pads, concrete vehicle pads, and concrete utility pads, day-use parking area construction, installation of ultrasonic flow meter at the existing sewer meter vault, and installation of secondary electric.

 

Island Grove Multi-Use Field Conversion

Owner of this project is the City of Greeley. Duran Excavating, Inc. was awarded this project in March of 2006. The start date was March 22, 2006. The project consists of Demolition of existing restrooms/press box building, removal of all existing light fixtures and their respective poles, excavation of existing sod/soils, removal of existing fence, removal of existing water taps and sewer taps, Installation of new sport lighting, new irrigation system. Construction of Restroom shelter pump house. soil/sod bed, trees, and installation of new 6’ high chain link fencing for the new Soccer Fields located at Island Grove.

Fairgrounds Sewer

Duran was awarded this project from South Fort Collins Sanitation District. The start date was March 27, 2006. This project consists of installation of 8,400 lf of 30” PVC Sewer Main, 5,700 lf of 24” PVC Sewer Main, 60” & 72” Diameter Manholes, Erosion Control, Dewatering, and site restoration. This project consists of deep excavation cuts ranging from 15’ to 22’ in depth. Duran Excavating had to install well points in order to control ground water during construction.

Franklin Pond at 4th Street Drainage Improvements

Duran Excavating, Inc. was awarded this project from the City of Greeley. The project was started March 27, 2006. This project consists of construction of drainage from Franklin Park Detention Pond to 4th Street. Duran Excavating Inc was hired to construct 1,640 Liner feet of 38”x 60” horizontal elliptical (HE)/Reinforced Concrete Pipe (RCP). Install 3 pipe specials fabricated from 38” x 60” HE RCP. Install 129 feet of 54” RCP. Remove and re-install 94 feet of 24” RCP storm drain. Sawcut & remove asphalt paving , curb , gutter & sidewalk. Construct reinforced concrete pipe cradles to support 38”x 60” across a 27” water transmission main. Install segmental retaining wall and concrete trickle channel.p>

Chestnut Street Improvements & Waterline Replacement

The Town of Windsor contracted this project with Duran Excavating, Inc. The scope of this contract includes water system, roadway, and concrete improvements on Chestnut Street between 1st Street and 4th Street located within the Town of Windsor. The waterline portion of the project will consist of replacing approximately 1700 feet of 4” waterline with 8” PVC pipe, replacing 5 fire hydrants, and reconnecting 29 water services. The roadway portion of the project includes the reconstruction of the 100 and 300 blocks of Chestnut Street and the overlay of the entire project from 1st Street to 4th Street. This includes 6,906 square yards of 4” class 6 road base, 1011 cubic yards of asphaltic concrete (Grading S). The concrete portion of this project includes the removal and replacement of 15 handicap ramps and removal and replacement of approximately 700 feet of curb, gutter, and sidewalk. This project also includes the Town of Windsor Miscellaneous Concrete Rehabilitation Project. This project includes the rehabilitation of 20 feet of curb and gutter, 814 square feet of sidewalk, 42 feet of attached sidewalk with rollover curb and gutter and 7 pedestrian handicap ramps spread over 7 locations throughout Windsor.

 

St. Vrain State Park Phase IIA

Duran was awarded this project from Colorado State Parks. The work to be performed includes 6,450 tons of Class 6 roadbase placement on previously constructed roads, driveways, and shoulders, 46 campsites including high use pads, concrete vehicle pads, and concrete utility pads, day-use parking area construction, installation of ultrasonic flow meter at the existing sewer meter vault, and installation of secondary electric.

 

CSU Microbiology Building

 

St. Vrain Campgrounds Phase I

Duran Excavating, Inc. was awarded this project from the Colorado State Parks High Plains Service Center. The date the project started was March 31, 2005 and the job was completed in March of 2006. The project consists of renovation of 41 campsite campgrounds including campground electrical, approximately 8,000 feet of water pipe, 2,000 feet of gravity sewer pipe, sewage lift station, 3,000 feet of forced sewer pipe and a 1,700 sq ft. Camper shower Building. Construction of a buffer zone and Roadway Improvements.

Dacono Phase I Rehabilitation Water & Sanitary Sewer Line

Duran Excavating, Inc. (General Contractor) was awarded this project by the Town of Dacono. The start date was June 5, 2005. The project consists of removal & repaving approx 61,000 SY of existing asphalt street replacement, and 4,700 liner feet of combination curb, gutter and sidewalk. Waterline improvements include 8,200 linear feet of 8-inch & 6-inch C-900 waterline, valves, fire hydrants, 131 services & associated fittings. Sanitary sewer improvements included removal & replacement of 5,800 linear feet of 8-inch VCP with 8-inch SDR 35 PVC sanitary sewer lines, manholes, and reconnecting 110 existing services. This project included many challenges due to the confined areas in an existing residential area and tight alley ways all located in the Old Town part of the City of Dacono.

Duran Trail

This project started June of 2005 and was completed in August of 2005. The project consists of installation of approximately 2,460 L.F. of 10 foot wide concrete bike/hike path and three corrugated steel pipes along the Poudre River. This portion of the land was donated by the Duran Family. The land was originally owned by Ernesto & Juanita Duran, and was left to their 6 children. This property has been in the family since the late 1930’s and originally farmed for vegetables, alfalfa and livestock.

Greeley Downtown Improvements 8th and 9th Street Plaza

As the General Contractor, Duran Excavating, Inc. renovated and reconstructed the 8th Street and 9th Street pedestrian malls to include new, one-way vehicular traffic constructed out of brick pavers and colored concrete along with pedestrian activity spaces. The project also includes a new pedestrian colored sidewalk with sand blasting to give an exposed aggregate effect in Lincoln Park beginning at the intersection of 8th Street and 9th Avenue extending to the intersection of 7th Street and 10th Avenue. This $1,657,300.00 contract was finished September 19, 2003.

 

Greeley Airport Taxiways

Duran's third phase of the Greeley Weld County Airport included construction of two taxiways. General Contractor, Duran Excavating, Inc. constructed taxiways. In order to perform this work it was essential that we coordinated with air traffic control. Maintaining communication with the air traffic control and the ground controls is necessary to maintain safe work zones. The project involved shutting down existing taxiways and runways as required to construct new taxiways. DEI had to remove existing taxi ways, over-excavate unsuitable soils, install structural fill, road base, under drain system, electrical lighting, and asphalt paving. This $2,600,000 project was completed the summer of 2003.

 

20th Street Improvements

20th Street Widening project started in August of 2004. This project consists of widening 20th Street, from 65th Avenue to 71st Avenue. Removal of 2600 feet of existing 24' wide asphalt, construction of 4600 feet of curb and gutter. Construction of a 10' wide bikeway on each side of 20th Street. Installation of storm sewer system.

 

Denver Central Library

Duran Excavating, Inc. was commissioned by Hyman/Etkin Joint Venture to undertake a mass excavation project of more than 75.000 yards, including removal of 12,000 yards of contaminated soil 3-stories below the surface of the ground. Duran’s $800.000.00 contract also included loading and removal of the soils and installation of foundation drainage system. In order to avoid traffic congestion in the very busy Denver downtown area, Duran Excavating Inc. worked many nights to excavate, load and haul the mass soils to be exported.

 

Loomiller

This project started May 3, 2004 and was finished August of 2005. Duran Excavating, Inc. was the General Contractor for the City of Longmont. This project consists of Installation of 48" RCP, 323 lf in existing residential and main roadway, including inlet and asphalt replacement. Also dredging of Loomiller Pond, including dewatering, rip rap, pedestrian bridge and the landscaping.

 

St. Michaels

This project started December of 2004 and was completed in June of 2005. Duran Excavating, Inc. was the General Contractor for the City of Greeley. This project consists of installation of Non-Potable Water System including construction of Irrigation Pond with liner. Also constructed pump Station and Landscaping.

 

Sunnyslope

Duran Excavating acted as the General Contractor for the Sunnyslope residential subdivision area in the city of Broomfield. The project included complicated techniques of installation on a sanitary sewer main which ranged in depths of 25-30 feet. Improvements included an installation of 8,000 lf of sanitary sewer main, 8,000 lf of a water main and removal and replacement of 9,200 sy of asphalt. This project was in an existing residential area which created challenges of excavating the sanitary sewer and providing water service to residents during construction. Duran successfully worked in a congested area which allowed easy access to local residents.

 

Lefthand Creek Channel

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Duran Excavating, Inc. was commissioned as the General Contractor to excavate 159,000 CY of new channel, pipe work, landscape and irrigation for the City of Longmont Public Works Division. Duran Excavating, Inc. created a natural stream for the 4,500 ft of realigned channel which provided an overflow capacity for a 100-year storm event and established more than two acres of high quality replacement wetlands. Special thanks go to the Colorado Division of Wildlife, whose experience in this type of construction is unmatched. The city of Longmont received the Project of the Year Award in the Utility, Drainage, and Environmental category. It also won the national APWA award. This project was completed in August of 2002.

 

Walnut Street

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JOB #: 270 JOB NAME: Walnut Street Reconstruction and Waterline Replacement ADDRESS AND LOCATION: 1st Street to 7th Street Windsor, Colorado 80550 OWNER: Town of Windsor ADDRESS: 301 Walnut Street Windsor, Co. 80550 TELEPHONE: (970) 686-7476 Fax (970) 686-7180 CONTACT & TITLE: Darron Agawa GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Duran Excavating, Inc. ADDRESS: 18 North 9th Avenue Greeley, Co. 80631 TELEPHONE: (970) 351-0192 CONTACT & TITLE: Larry Duran – Project Superintendent ARCHITECT: Town of Windsor ADDRESS: 301 Walnut Street Windsor, Co. 80550 TELEPHONE: (970) 686-7476 CIVIL ENGINEER: Town of Windsor ADDRESS: 301 Walnut Street Windsor, Colorado 80550 TELEPHONE: (970) 686-7476 Ext 2424 Terry Walker STARTING DATE: May 30, 2002 COMPLETION DATE: October 18, 2002 BEGINNING CONTRACT AMOUNT: $591,577.15 ENDING CONTRACT AMOUNT: $672,861.21 DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Road reconstruction and waterline replacement .

 

State Service Building

General Contractor, M.A. Mortenson commissioned Duran Excavating, Inc. to remove and over excavate three feet of existing surface and import new dirt in order to bring the project back to grade. The project included demolition of sidewalks and a parking lot. This project started November 12, 1991 and was completed august of 1992.

 

Denver Zoo Tropical Discovery Exhibit

Duran Excavating, Inc. was a Subcontractor for Pinkard Construction Company. The start date was September 30, 1991 and the project was completed August 6, 1992. This project consisted of earthwork, mass excavation, site utilities, storm sewer, water main and sanitary sewer. This project involved special coordination with the Denver Zoo Officials to allow for proper care of Animals and their habitat during reconstruction of the new water main system.

 

Western Stock Show Association

Duran Excavating, Inc. (General Contractor) was awarded this project by the Western Stock Show Association. The start date was November 16, 1992 and it was completed April 12, 1992. The job consisted of mass excavation and site preparation for the new Event Center. The project involved mass excavation and haul off on 60,000 cubic yards of earth and site grading.