Geneva Rock worked on two major UDOT projects in Logan, UT for 2019. Both projects consisted of road rehabilitation for Logan’s Main Street from State Road 165 to 1000 North and a pavement preservation project on 400 North from Main Street to Canyon Road.
On Main Street (US-91) in Logan, the road rehabilitation project consisted of a mill and fill overlay. 3″ was milled off the existing surface and replaced with 1 1/2″ of HMA (Hot Mix Asphalt) and 1 1/2″ of SMA (Stone Matrix Asphalt). This includes excavating the existing grade, placing Borrow, Granular Borrow and UTBC (Untreated Base Course) then capping it with 3″ of HMA and 1 1/2″ of SMA. Upon completion of the SMA, grind for grooved-in paint lines.
For the paving project on 400 North (US-89) from US-91 to the mouth of Logan Canyon, 1″ off existing asphalt was milled and a layer of Bonded Wearing Course 1” thick was installed. Geneva Rock installed 5100 tons of BWC mix. The project was completed in two days less than was bid, due to good weather and a hard-working crew.