Project Overview

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.

On the eastern end of the project, SH-20 will now have direct access to the Will Rogers Turnpike through a full interchange constructed in partnership with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority.

A substantial earthwork operation has allowed for the placement of 900,000 Cubic Yards of embankment to be placed in under 8 months, putting the project ahead of schedule for Concrete Pavement operations. Two span bridges were constructed to bring SH-20 over a double mainline BNSF track servicing 30 trains per day and Highway 66 with the 2nd bridge spanning the I-44 Will Rogers Turnpike.

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

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

Project Overview

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.

On the eastern end of the project, SH-20 will now have direct access to the Will Rogers Turnpike through a full interchange constructed in partnership with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority.

A substantial earthwork operation has allowed for the placement of 900,000 Cubic Yards of embankment to be placed in under 8 months, putting the project ahead of schedule for Concrete Pavement operations. Two span bridges were constructed to bring SH-20 over a double mainline BNSF track servicing 30 trains per day and Highway 66 with the 2nd bridge spanning the I-44 Will Rogers Turnpike.