Tag Archives: asphalt concrete

FHWA, ODOT 26 Widening Improvements & Lake Mirror Trailhead Relocation

Mirror Lake Trailhead Relocation     $5,460,018 SWP was awarded this contract by the Western Federal Lands Division of FHWA to complete a widening and improvement project on Oregon DOT 26. Project Work Included: Mill and fill for 3,390 Ton of an ODOT Type 1 Asphalt Concrete Pavement Guardrail placement Sign systems Delineators Rumble strip Pavement markings ITS sign system. Fixture Continue Reading

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FHWA, Desert National Wildlife Refuge Corn Creek Road Improvements

Corn Creek Road-Alamo Road: Prime Contractor $3,935,308 The USDOT, Central Federal Lands Highway Division of the Federal Highway Administration contracted with SWP to make substantial roadway improvements at the Desert National Wildlife Refuge located in Clark County. Major project activities included: Grading Aggregate base course Road reconditioning Hot asphaltic concrete pavement Erosion & sedimentation control Signing and striping Drainage improvements consisted Continue Reading

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FHWA, Manhattan Main Street Design-Build

Manhattan Main Street Design-Build: Prime Contractor $2,500,000 The USDOT, Central Federal Lands Highway Division of the Federal Highway Administration contracted with SWP to Design & Build a 0.8 mile section on Main Street in Manhattan, NV. Design activities included: Roadway & Drainage design Hydrological Engineering Temporary and Permanent Traffic Control Environmental Documents and Permitting (Cultural Survey, Environmental Site Assessment, Biological Survey, Continue Reading

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ADOT, Happy Valley Parkway Design-Build (Sub)

SR303 Loop, US60- Happy Valley Parkway: Prime Contractor $29.8 M SWP was brought on in the initial stages to provide: Design and constructability review Write quality control plan and quality management plan Supervise the Quality Control Program. Oversight of PCCP placement and inspection to ensure compliance with specifications and standards. The project milled/pulverized existing asphaltic concrete and blended it with the Continue Reading

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