The Trampas Canyon Dam project for Rancho Santa Margarita Water District entails moving over 3.7 million cubic yards of material, construction of new inlet/outlet structures, a spillway, micro-tunneling, instrumentation and a new Dam control building. Video credit: Josh Behrens @jbehrensphotography /Sukut Construction @sukut_construction 🚜Cat equipment from @sukutequipmentparts
Throwback Thursday: Myron Sukut, Founder of Sukut Construction (left), and Mike Peak, Sukut’s former Executive VP, posed for Highway & Heavy Construction Magazine in March of 1979. Forty years went by, and we still live by Myron’s quote (see the second image). Link to Sukut’s history: in bio.
Sukut’s La Pata Extension project has been highlighted in a Press Release by OC Public Works on May 8th, announcing the significant completion of the project. La Pata is considered to be the largest roadway project in the department’s history. The amount of earth moved was enough to fill Lake Mission Viejo nearly
three times. The full Press Release is available here: link in bio.
Sukut has been featured in a “Sukut Makes the Grade in California” story by Aaron Witt inside Construction Equipment Guide. The full article is available at: link in bio
Photo credit: CEG/Aaron Witt. @buildwitt @constructionequipmentguide
Sukut was awarded the Gloucester Solar Civil Project. This project involves the construction of a 20 MW 150 acre solar site in East Virginia. The scope Includes land clearing, erosion control, access road construction, drainage pipe and culvert installation, as well as permanent seeding and maintenance. The project is expected to be completed by the second quarter of 2019. Find a list of our current projects at: link in bio.
On May 18th, Sukut Construction, LLC announced the appointment of Eric Mauldin as Vice President of Private Works market in addition to his current role as Vice President of Renewable Energy. Full Press Release is available at: link in bio
We wanted to celebrate Robert Galindo’s achievement as he graduated from San Diego State University with major in Construction Engineering. Robert joined Sukut as Project Engineer on April 16th and is currently working at Trampas Canyon Dam and Reservoir Project. Congratulations, Robert! @bobert_g88 🎉🚜🎉🚜🎉
Sukut is very grateful to a Yucca Valley resident, John Amundsen, who recognized us and the Owner, Hi-Desert Water District, for the work at the Hi-Desert Water District Wastewater Reclamation, Phase I, Package C Project. Seeing this kind of positive feedback makes our day. Thank you, John, for taking your time to submit a letter to Hi-Desert Star! We are glad to be of service. Link to letter: in bio
What makes us want to get up and go to work every morning? At Sukut, it is a friendly environment, support from all levels of the organization, appreciation from our leaders, seeing results of our labor, and good relationships with our clients and local communities. This is what gets us up in the mornings and helps us enjoy what we do. www.sukut.com
Photo by Aaron Witt @buildwitt
Last week we had a pleasure of having Aaron Whitt with @buildwitt on our Trampas Canyon Dam and Reservoir Project in Southern Orange County. Being a very talented photographer, he took this image of our scrapers moving mountains of dirt. There are many more images to come in the story that will be published in Construction Equipment Guide @constructionequipmentguide. Stay tuned.
Sukut’s leadership team guides and trains employees to help them expand their talents, grow and succeed in the organization. The open door policy provides a welcoming environment, where every employee is appreciated, motivated to share ideas and work as a team. Meet our leadership team by visiting link in bio.