Project Overview

We helped get Oklahoma’s fastest growing county ready for the future with the new Frisco Road Interchange.
Between 2010 and 2019, the population of Canadian County grew by 28%, ranking it as the fastest growing county in Oklahoma. To support the growth of the suburbs on the west side of Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation issued a $14,000,000 contract in the summer of 2020. The contract turned the once sleepy two-lane Frisco Road into a vehicle and pedestrian friendly four-lane thoroughfare with access to Interstate 40.
Our construction crews used concrete and base materials produced at our onsite concrete plant to widen Frisco Road for approximately one half-mile on the north and south sides of Interstate 40. The new four-lane roadway can now accommodate the flow of traffic entering and exiting I-40 via the new eastbound and westbound on/off ramps we built as part of this project. In addition to the roadway work on the interchange, our crews constructed a new 355’ long by 87’ wide bridge that carries five lanes (four thru lanes + a turn lane) of traffic and two pedestrian sidewalks over Interstate 40.
Our team coordinated with numerous subcontractors and various City and State stakeholders to complete this project. This project builds on our long history of delivering the highest quality products to the State of Oklahoma and the local communities. We look forward to watching the positive impact the new Frisco Road Interchange has on the OKC metro for years to come.

Project Highlights:

  • Recycling existing concrete paving for use as base materials
  • In-house, onsite production of cement treated base
  • In-house, onsite production of PC concrete for paving
  • Safely demolishing the old Frisco Road bridge over I-40
  • Safely navigating interstate traffic during new bridge construction

Work Done

  • Major Earthwork
  • Subgrade Stabilization
  • Concrete Paving
  • Bridge & RCB Construction
  • Storm Sewer Utilities

Products & Quantities

  • Unclassified Excavation & Borrow = 184,000 CY
  • Stabilized Subgrade = 65,000 SY
  • Cement Treated Base (Self-Produced) = 6,600 CY
  • PC Concrete for Pavement (Self-Produced) = 14,000 CY
  • PC & Dowel Jointed Concrete Pavement (Placement) = 55,000 SY
  • 355’x87’ 4-Span Structural Steel Bridge
  • Structural Steel = 967,000 LB
  • Class AA Deck Concrete = 1,000 CY
  • 42” Parapet = 950 LF
  • Retaining Wall, 623 LF long = 660 CY
  • Storm Sewer = 2,100 LF with 24 Structures

Work Done

  • Major Earthwork
  • Subgrade Stabilization
  • Concrete Paving
  • Bridge & RCB Construction
  • Storm Sewer Utilities

Products & Quantities

  • Unclassified Excavation & Borrow = 184,000 CY
  • Stabilized Subgrade = 65,000 SY
  • Cement Treated Base (Self-Produced) = 6,600 CY
  • PC Concrete for Pavement (Self-Produced) = 14,000 CY
  • PC & Dowel Jointed Concrete Pavement (Placement) = 55,000 SY
  • 355’x87’ 4-Span Structural Steel Bridge
  • Structural Steel = 967,000 LB
  • Class AA Deck Concrete = 1,000 CY
  • 42” Parapet = 950 LF
  • Retaining Wall, 623 LF long = 660 CY
  • Storm Sewer = 2,100 LF with 24 Structures

Project Overview

We helped get Oklahoma’s fastest growing county ready for the future with the new Frisco Road Interchange.
Between 2010 and 2019, the population of Canadian County grew by 28%, ranking it as the fastest growing county in Oklahoma. To support the growth of the suburbs on the west side of Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation issued a $14,000,000 contract in the summer of 2020. The contract turned the once sleepy two-lane Frisco Road into a vehicle and pedestrian friendly four-lane thoroughfare with access to Interstate 40.
Our construction crews used concrete and base materials produced at our onsite concrete plant to widen Frisco Road for approximately one half-mile on the north and south sides of Interstate 40. The new four-lane roadway can now accommodate the flow of traffic entering and exiting I-40 via the new eastbound and westbound on/off ramps we built as part of this project. In addition to the roadway work on the interchange, our crews constructed a new 355’ long by 87’ wide bridge that carries five lanes (four thru lanes + a turn lane) of traffic and two pedestrian sidewalks over Interstate 40.
Our team coordinated with numerous subcontractors and various City and State stakeholders to complete this project. This project builds on our long history of delivering the highest quality products to the State of Oklahoma and the local communities. We look forward to watching the positive impact the new Frisco Road Interchange has on the OKC metro for years to come.

Project Highlights:

  • Recycling existing concrete paving for use as base materials
  • In-house, onsite production of cement treated base
  • In-house, onsite production of PC concrete for paving
  • Safely demolishing the old Frisco Road bridge over I-40
  • Safely navigating interstate traffic during new bridge construction