Removed and recycled asphalt

Geneva Rock partnered with West Valley City for the full reconstruction of 4100 South between Bangerter Highway and 5460 West, including its storm drain system, water lines and traffic signals.

This reconstruction project of the 5-lanes on 4100 South included the removal and recycling of existing asphalt. Drainage was improved by reconstructing box culverts and improving drainage with new curb, gutter, and storm drain lines. To create safer pedestrian access new sidewalks were poured where needed, as well as new crossing improvements for safer road crossing access. The utility upgrades included reconstructing waterlines and relocating sewer lines. The project was be completed with a graded road base, installation of new asphalt paving, new signage and striping, landscaping, and bonded wearing course for a durable, high-performance surface finish for preventive maintenance. The project improves safety, mobility, and roadway aesthetics for West Valley City.

To highlight the complexity, Geneva Rock self-performed and managed:

  • 72,000 square feet of roto mill asphalt ​
  • 43,000 cubic yards of Roadway Excavation ​
  • 12,000 linear feet of Storm Drain ​
  • 150 Water Valves​
  • 150 Concrete Drainage Boxes​
  • 20,000 linear feet Curb and Gutter​
  • 35,000 square feet of sidewalk ​
  • 12,000 tons of roadbase ​
  • 12,000 Tons hot mix asphalt ​
  • 5 traffic signals​