I-25 Colorado State Line
MARKET:
Highways & Roadways - Bridges & Structures
LOCATION:
Wyoming
This $15.5 million project for the Wyoming DOT removed and replaced 7.64 miles of nearly fifty year old plain concrete pavement on NB I-25 from Cheyenne to the Colorado State Line with new 10", jointed, doweled concrete pavement and concrete shoulders. The project scope included rehabilitation of 4 bridges, concrete "whitetopping" of the Port-of-Entry while replacing static and weigh-in-motion scales, installation of median cable guardrail, new ROW fencing, a roadway management system, interchange lighting and winter road closure station.
I-225 Missippi to 2nd Avenue
MARKET:
Highways & Roadways
LOCATION:
Colorado
The two mile reconstruction widened the existing highway to three-lanes in each direction with an additional auxiliary lane. The project scope included removal of the existing pavement, earthwork, placement of median barrier, sound walls, MSE walls, soil nail walls, storm sewer and drainage improvements, electrical and signage upgrades, sub-grade improvements.
SH-64 Vilonia Bypass
MARKET:
Highways & Roadways
LOCATION:
Arkansas
For people traveling from the northeast quadrant of Arkansas to Oklahoma, US-64 through Vilonia is a popular cut-off to avoid going through Little Rock. However, one high school, a middle school and two elementary schools are all located right on US-64, a serious safety concern with the traffic volume.
US-131 Howard City
MARKET:
Highways & Roadways
LOCATION:
Michigan
This $15 million dollar consisted of 11.88 miles in total of concrete widening / reconstruction and ramp geometric improvements in both northbound and southbound directions. Also included in this project were bridge reconstruction, bearing replacements, pin and hanger, beam repairs, beam and column painting, hot mix asphalt overlay, earthwork, minor widening of carpool parking, guardrail, permanent signing, and pavement markings.
I-94 Jackson
MARKET:
Design Build - Highways & Roadways
LOCATION:
Michigan
Design also included reconstruction of the bridges carrying I-94 over Race Road and the Whipple Road flyover, widening the bridges to FHWA standards. Both Grass Lake weigh stations were improved with new scales, lighting, expanded ramps and parking areas. Ramp reconstruction at four interchanges, Portland Cement-Treated Permeable Base, major drainage improvements, signing, traditional and cable guardrail, fencing, plantings and erosion control completed the main project scope.
I-196 South Haven
MARKET:
Highways & Roadways
LOCATION:
Michigan
This $22 million dollar job combined a concrete overlay with sections of full-depth reconstruction for 6.94 miles in both directions of I-196 through South Haven, Allegan County.