This project is one of five segments that will be constructed as part of an overall effort to reconstruct 10.9 miles of Highway 101. In December 2018, Granite announced that it had been selected as the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC) for the overall Highway 101:
“This project is critical to the safety and mobility of one of the state’s most congested highways,” said Kyle Larkin, Granite executive vice president and chief operating officer. “As the CMGC, Granite is proud to be partnering with Caltrans, Santa Barbara County Association of Governments and the
Scope of Granite’s work for the Highway 101 Carpinteria project includes the full rebuild and addition of three miles of new high occupancy vehicle lanes, on- and off-ramp improvements, construction of new sound walls as well as improvements to local streets and intersections.
The project also includes approximately 64,000 cubic yards of excavation, 55,000 tons of aggregate, 29,000 tons of hot-mix asphalt, 39,000 cubic yards of reinforced concrete pavement and 14,300 linear feet of concrete barrier. Hot-mix asphalt and aggregate materials will be provided by Granite’s nearby Santa Paula Hot Plant, Bee Rock Quarry and Gardner Facility.
Construction is expected to get underway in April 2020 and estimated to be complete by summer 2022. For more information on the project, visit SBROADS.com.
Larkin also states, “As is the case with all of our projects in these challenging times, Granite is working together with our clients and partners to continue building needed infrastructure improvements while ensuring safe working conditions for our crews that are in alignment with guidance from federal and local health officials.”
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