I-15 2700 North to 1100 South, Brigham City, UT

November 10, 2016



I-15; 2700 N to 1100 S in Box Elder County is a $42 million dollar project consisting of 26 new lanes miles of concrete and asphalt paving adding new lanes north and south on the inside shoulder of I-15 from Farr West to Brigham City. The project also includes eight new bridge widenings in conjunction with the new lanes and eight existing bridge deck rehabilitations with the use of hydro demolition and polymer overlay. A new concrete median barrier the length of the project, new pavement marking tape and outside widenings at the port of entry and rest area are also included as part of this project’s scope. The new IRI pavement smoothness requirements are being incorporated into this project ensuring superior rideability of the new lanes. The project completion date is currently slated for early November.
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