Past Performance - Heavy Civil

Acacia Recreation Site Improvements

Project Description

This project, performed by West Point Contractors, Inc. for the Forest Service, consisted of the demolition and reconstruction of the Acacia Recreation Area located at Canyon Lake, AZ. The work included removing the concrete tables, pedestal grills and footings, existing ramadas, day use pads, existing guard rail and wooden bollards. WPC installed day use pads with a concrete picnic table, pedestal grills, and 16’x24’ concrete use pads for each unit location. We also installed new ramadas, accessible concrete picnic tables and accessible pedestal grills. We provided better public access by installing a stabilized decomposed granite use pads along with decomposed granite trails, concrete sidewalk and ADA ramps. Accessibility to toilet buildings in the campground were improved via remodel of the interior of the restroom located in the group area.

Scope of Work

  • Renovating of shade structures/ramadas.
  • Adding ADA accessible concrete pads, paths and walks.
  • Paving and sealing the roadway and parking lot.
  • Stabilizing the decomposed granite.
  • Installing newsite amenities (picnic tables, BBQ grills).

Project Challenges

  • ADEQ requirements near protected waterways were implemented.
  • Special equipment had to be used to keep noise below levels that would disturb bald eagles nesting near the site.
  • US Forest Service special provisions and inspections were required and performed during the project.
  • Quality control procedures included creating a quality management plan, submitt to third party material testing, offering a warranty period of one year on workmanship and 20 year warranty on the ramadas.


Canyon Lake, AZ



Project Cost



Value engineering was performed by WPC in providing flooring alternatives in the restroom for increased durability and performance