S.H. 6 Corridor Project No. 4 and No. 5, Falls County, Texas

Oct. 11, 2011
S.H. 6 Corridor Project No. 4 and No. 5
Cost: $43,829,590 Length: 47,574 ft % RAP Used: Up to 30% Milling Depth: 5 in. Cost Savings: $1,050,240 Designer: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas Inc. Owner: Texas Department of Transportation Contractors: T.J. Lambrecht, Tex Op Construction LP, Big Creek Construction, Big City Crushed Concrete The project calls for the reconstruction of a two-lane highway into a four-lane divided highway with a depressed median. There was a potential waste of approximately 62,500 tons of existing pavement, 55,000 tons of concrete from the underlying pavement and 97,500 tons of low-quality Flexbase. All of this material will be recycled back into the proposed pavement structure or donated to local departments of transportation to improve rural roadways.

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