On June 13th, the C3M team's Oklahoma City Streetcar project was recognized with the Outstanding Self-Perform Project Award at the Clark Project Development Project Delivery (PD2) Conference. PD2 is a biannual event where best practices in safety, preconstruction, operations, client service, leadership, and technology are shared across the Clark organization.
On this exciting project spanning over 4.6 miles in downtown Oklahoma City, our team installed traction power, overhead contact (OCS), communications, and rail signaling systems. This project included the installation of six prefabricated traction power substations and 243 OCS poles to support 18,000 feet of OCS contact wire, as well as 22 passenger information displays and rail signaling at five track switch locations.
Thank you to all who contributed to this exciting and now award-winning project including Project Manager Nick McAlister, Project Executive Kevin Kilfeather, Senior Project Manager Mike Deer, Project Manager Kacey Clark, Systems Superintendent Dean Leyh, Foreman Dave Schaeffer, Subforeman John Silvey, Safety Director Joe Schlerf, Lead Estimator Mike Nunes as well as support from Systems Superintendent Bob Kessler Sr. and Project Manager Richard Adcock.