• Client: Department of Homeland Security, US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District
  • Location: Lordsburg, Deming, Santa Teresa, New Mexico, and Isleta, Fabens and Fort Hancock, Texas
  • Date: 2013
  • Contract #: W912BV-08-D-2002-DY02
  • Value: $1,515,057

Cerrudo Services maintained roadway and drainage items along portions of the International Boundary between the United States and Mexico and along access roads within the Area of Operation of the Office of the Border Patrol’s El Paso Sector, New Mexico and Texas.

Roadway maintenance included surface blading and associated surface repair for roadways, shoulders, embankments and roadside ditches.  Aggregate surface course was placed for roadway surface blading and resheeting.  Placement of engineered fill and associated earthwork activities were required to repair roadway sub-grade, roadway embankment erosion, erosion at riprap locations, erosion at wash/low water crossings, and to repair erosion at fence foundations.

Other maintenance tasks included repair of soil-cement stabilized roads, placement of sand stabilizer along the road surfaces, placement of rock riprap and grout, and removal of debris from low water crossings and culverts.