Guadalupe Feature

Guadalupe Project 3A/Phase 2

San Jose, CA

Work included the construction of a reinforced concrete box culvert and other flood control and environmental restoration features along the Guadalupe River in the center of the city, between Coleman Avenue and UPRR Bridge No. 4. The project involved temporary diversion of water flow, excavation of 60,000 cubic yards, soil characterization for disposal or reuse, constructing temporary roads, a temporary railroad bridge and erosion control elements.  Watts constructed the riverwalk, including pavements, retaining walls, stairs and railings, electrical components and associated facilities.


U.S. Army/Corps of Engineers


15,000 CY of concrete