Fraser Lake HIR Project, Central British Columbia, Canada

Oct. 11, 2011
Fraser Lake HIR Project, Central British Columbia, Canada
Cost: $2,579,535 (U.S.) Length: 211,200 ft % RAP Used: 100% Milling Depth: 2 in. Cost Savings: $1,719,690 Designer: British Columbia Ministry of Transportation Owner: British Columbia Ministry of Transportation Contractor: Peters Bros. Construction Ltd. Located in a mountainous region, the Fraser Lake HIR project was a race against the clock. The area had a limited summer calendar, with the average minimum ambient temperature ranging from 38.8°F in June and 42.3° F in August. The pavement that was replaced was 25 years old and had an extensive amount of alligator cracking.

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