MEC has a 55-year tradition of outstanding performance on some of the nation’s most high-profile transportation projects. To date we have completed over $3 billion of transportation projects nationwide. With our skilled and dedicated personnel, combined with cutting edge installation methods and project controls, MEC is setting new standards across every aspect of the market.
This design-build project will extend BART service 5.4 miles south from the existing terminal station in Fremont to Warm Springs, in Northern California’s East Bay area. A double-track line will be constructed from the Fremont Station, through Central Park Subway, past a future passenger station site at Irvington, and then along-side Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) tracks to an existing UPRR switching yard at Warm Springs.
Construction on the eighteen miles of the six-lane, multimodal Intercounty Connector (ICC) variable toll highway began in 2007 and was fully completed in 2014. With the successful completion of similar highway and ITS projects in Colorado, Florida, and Massachusetts, MEC was selected to complete the ICC Contract B (ICCB) segment of the five-phase ICC design-build project.
MECC is the System Subcontractor to the Kiewit-Eurovia-Vinci Joint venture to extend the existing Ottawa LRT East and West. The project consist of 27km of track and 16 stations and includes 14 TPSS and 1 MV Building. MECC’s scope includes Supply & Installation of OCS, TPSS and the installation of the CBTC system and communication backbone (including supply of all field cables).
This project involves the rehabilitation of the District of Columbia’s oldest transit corridor using multiple procurement methods. This best value fixed price project includes design-build bid items, bid-build bid items, and the remainder is JOC (Job Order Contracting) work. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Redline Project covers 6-miles of 3rd rail powered double track in a tunnel and on elevated guide-way.
As systems subcontractor on this project, Mass. Electric Construction Co. (MEC) worked on DART’s Northwest and Southeast Extensions (CMGC-1 project). The 13-mile long double-track railroad included the Northwest Line Segment 1B and Southeast Line Segments 1 and 2. MEC’s scope of work included the signal system, 23 railroad crossing warnings, the DC Catenary OCS system, installation of owner supplied TPSS, and communication equipment installation.
The Portland Transit Mall project was a 3 mile light rail project located in the center of downtown Portland. As part of Tri-Met’s South Corridor Expansion of an already successful rail network the project will add MAX green line light rail service to the transit mall by connecting the existing green line crossing Steel Bridge and making a loop along 5th and 6th avenues.
When it opened in 1959, the original Central Artery comfortably carried about 75,000 vehicles a day. By the late 1980s, it carried upwards of 200,000, making it one of the most congested highways in the United States. This extraordinary traffic mess, often congested for 16 hours per day, represented a continuous economic and quality-of-life drain on Boston and New England.
As America’s first design-build underground transit project, the Tren Urbano-Rio Piedras rapid transit system involved construction of 10.4 miles of track, a one mile long tunnel and two underground stations for the Puerto Rico Highways and Transportation Authority.
The MIA Mover, a dual track 1.25-mile long elevated people mover system, connects MIA passengers to the Rental Car Center (RCC) and the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC). The power rail powered Automated People Mover (APM) system is a series of rubber tired driverless vehicles operating on two raised concrete plinths.
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