Construction Package 1 (CP 1) is the first significant construction contract executed on the Initial Operating Section of the high-speed rail program. The CP 1 construction area is a 32-mile stretch between Avenue 19 in Madera County to East American Avenue in Fresno County and includes 12 grade separations, two viaducts, one tunnel, a major river crossing over the San Joaquin River, and the realignment of State Route 99.
Tutor-Perini/Zachry/Parsons (TPZP), a Joint Venture, is a California-based team with major national and international experience and a history of success on landmark California design-build infrastructure projects. To learn more about contracting opportunities with TPZP visit: https://www.tpzpjv.com/
The joint venture of PGH Wong Engineering, Inc., and Harris & Associates (Wong+Harris) serves as the California High-Speed Rail Authority's eyes and ears on the ground in the Central Valley. Team members, working with the High-Speed Rail Authority, will provide assurance to the people of California that technical and contract requirements, including costs, are met for CP 1. To learn more about construction and labor opportunities read our CBA Factsheet.
Portions of State Route 99 (SR 99) located within the CP 1 contract limits have been realigned to accommodate the high-speed rail project between the existing SR 99 and the Union Pacific Railroad. The project shifted portions of the highway between Ashlan and Clinton avenues nearly 100 feet to the west to make room for the high-speed rail alignment while improving traffic operations, reducing congestion, and enhancing traffic safety in the region. The State Route 99 realignment was completed in February 2019.