Granite Wins $38 Million Pair of Contracts for I-5 Rehabilitation and Improvements
For the first contract, project scope includes pavement rehabilitation of 10.6 miles of I-5 with new Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) and Rubberized Hot Mix Asphalt (RHMA). Additional improvements include four new drainage systems and two new box culverts. 97 existing culverts will be lined with cured-in-place pipeliner (CIPP). The second contract covers a one-mile gap in the first contract in the areas approaching Tumey Gulch. Here, the scope of work consists of replacing bridge structures for both north- and south-bound lanes. The bridges will be single span structures with precast girders and cast-in-place concrete decks. One mile of I-5 will be reconstructed and re-profiled to conform to the new bridge deck elevations.
“The I-5 Rehabilitation project is a great opportunity to showcase our expertise in transportation infrastructure,” said Carter Rohrbough, vice president of regional operations. “We are executing the Tumey Gulch bridge replacement project as an internal partnership between our Valley Region and
Both jobs will rely on materials from Granite’s Coalinga Quarry and Hot Plant, including 103,000 tons of HMA, 56,000 of RHMA, and 10,000 cubic yards of import borrow. Work is expected to start in July 2022 and anticipated to complete in October 2023.
Granite is America’s Infrastructure Company™. Incorporated since 1922, Granite (NYSE:GVA) is one of the largest diversified construction and construction materials companies in
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