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Tulsa, OK

The Turner Turnpike I-44/ SH-66 Interchange Modification was a $35 million project located at the eastern end of the Turner Turnpike in southwest Tulsa at a location formerly called the “Tulsa Gate”.

Work Done

  • Heavy Highway/ Urban Expressways
  • Bridge Construction
  • Cast-In-Place & Pre-Cast Retaining Walls
  • Mass Earthwork
  • Concrete & Asphalt Paving
  • Crushed Aggregates
  • Drainage Pipe & Structures
  • Slipform Barrier Wall
  • Slope Wall & Ditch Liner

 

Products and Quantities

  • 348,000 CY Earthwork
  • 86,000 TN Aggregate Base
  • 135,000 SY Stabilized Subgrade
  • 96,000 SY Cement Treated Base
  • 38,000TN Asphalt Paving
  • 92,000 SY Concrete Paving
  • 8,000 LF RCP Storm Sewer
  • 59,000 SY Concrete Pavement Removal
  • 73,000 SY Asphalt Pavement Removal
  • 1,276 LF Concrete Bridge Beams
  • 1,000 CY Bridge Concrete
  • 390 LF Drilled Shafts
  • 2,389 SY MSE Retaining Wall
  • 1,000 CY Cast-In-Place Retaining Wall

Rogers County, OK

This 5 mile re-alignment of SH-20 around the south side of Claremore will significantly improve the area’s access for industry and development while greatly increasing the safety of the traveling public by taking traffic off of at-grade railroad crossings.

Work Done

  • Heavy Highway / Urban Expressways
  • Mass Grading
  • Soil Stabilization
  • River Excavation
  • Riprap
  • RCB Construction
  • MSE Retaining Wall
  • Storm Sewer Utilities
  • Bridge & RCB Construction
  • Concrete & Asphalt Paving

 

Products and Quantities

  • Earthwork Embankment – 920,000 CY
  • Asphalt Pavement – 55,000 Tons
  • Concrete Pavement – 210,000 SY (54,000 CY)
  • Aggregate Base – 107,000 Tons
  • Stabilized Subgrade – 250,000 SY (4,600 Tons Cement)
  • Geotextile Reinforcement (RS380) = 268,500 SY
  • Drainage Structures – 130 Structures
  • Drainage Pipe (RCP / Polypropylene) – 14,300 LF
  • Edge Drain = 56,600 LF
  • Class AA for RCB’s – 3,622 CY
  • Bridge Girders – Type J – 4,150 LF / Tyle IV – 2,907 LF
  • Bridge Structural Concrete – 4,600 CY
  • Slopewall – 3,800 SY
  • Parapet Wall – 3,691 LF
  • H-Piling – 3,200 LF
  • Drilled Shafts – 522 LF

Tulsa, OK

At $87,000,000.00, the I-44/U.S. 75 Interchange contract is the single largest dollar amount ever awarded for a highway construction project in Tulsa.

Work Done

  • Heavy Highway / Urban Expressways
  • Bridge & RCB Construction
  • Cast-In-Place & Pre-Cast Retaining Walls
  • Mass Earthwork
  • Concrete & Asphalt Paving
  • Crushed Aggregates
  • Sheet Piling & H-Piling
  • Drainage Pipe & Structures
  • Slipform Barrier Wall
  • Slope Wall & Ditch Liner
  • Water & Sewer Utilities

 

Products and Quantities

  • 286,000 CY Earthwork
  • 71,000 SY of Pavement Removal
  • 61,000 TN Asphalt Paving
  • 130,000 SY Concrete Paving
  • 9,500 LF RCP Storm Sewer
  • 1565 SY Cast-In-Place Retaining Wall
  • 1,542 SY Pre-Cast Retaining Wall
  • 22,000 LF Curb
  • 1,700,000 LB Structural Steel Bridge Beams
  • 4,914 LF Concrete Bridge Beams
  • 17,000 LF Parapet Barrier Wall
  • 3,700 LF Piling
  • 5,333 LF Drilled Shafts (more than one mile)
  • 15,800 CY Bridge Concrete

Tulsa, OK

The project included the final four miles of a 17-mile widening project to provide Tulsa with a modern urban corridor.

Work Done

  • Heavy Highway / City Streets
  • Asphalt & Concrete Paving
  • Bridge & RCB Construction
  • Cast-In-Place Retaining Wall
  • Storm Sewer Utilities
  • Water Utilities

Products & Quantities

  • Onsite Excavation – 350,000 CY
  • Crushed Base Rock – 90,000 TONS
  • Asphalt Pavement – 81,900 TONS
  • Concrete Pavement – 251,500 SY / 77,650 CY
  • Parapet and Median Wall – 27,800 LF
  • Reinforced Concrete Pipe – 2,750 LF
  • Class AA Bridge Deck Concrete – 2,165 CY
  • Prestressed Concrete Bridge Girders – 3,309 LF
  • Reinforced Concrete Box Concrete – 2,233 CY
  • Cast-In-Place Retaining Walls – 490 SY

Tulsa, OK

The Gathering Place is 100 acres of Tulsa’s iconic waterfront along the scenic Arkansas River transformed into a world-class, award-winning public park.

WORK Done

  • Large Civil With Design Build Aspects
  • Earthwork With Slope Reinforcement
  • Storm Sewer Drainage / Underdrain System With Underground Detention
  • Roadway / Walkway Stabilization

PRODUCTS & QUANTITIES USED:

  • 407,500 CY Site Excavation / Rock
  • 550,500 SY Geogrid/Fabric Slope Reinforcement
  • 34,246 LF Storm Drainpipe
  • 456 EA Drainage Structures
  • 4,100 SF Secant Wall / 50,100 SF Slurry Wall
  • 9,735 SF Concrete Articulated Paving Blocks
  • 19,911 CF Infiltration Basins
  • 94 LF Precast Arched Walkway Tunnel
  • 57,100 TN Riprap

Tulsa, OK

For more than 50 years, ODOT and the City of Tulsa have intended to complete an outer loop around the downtown corridor, and with this project, that plan will now be in sight.

WORK Done

  • Heavy Highway / City Streets
  • Mass Grading
  • Soil Stabilization
  • River Excavation
  • Riprap
  • RCB Construction
  • MSE Retaining Wall
  • Storm Sewer Utilities

 

PRODUCTS & QUANTITIES

  • Onsite Excavation – 1,417,100 CY
  • Offsite Borrow – 1,990,800 CY
  • Precast Drainage Structures – 238 EACH
  • Reinforced Concrete Pipe – 21,751 LF
  • Reinforced Concrete Box Culvert – 1,546 CY
  • Crushed Base Rock – 171,600 TONS
  • Stabilized Subgrade – 374,800 SY
  • Riprap – 37,192 TONS
  • MSE Wall – 417 SY