Iron Springs Road Construction

Transporation Engineering - Iron Springs Road Construction

Design of 5.4 miles of rural highway including:

  • Hillside grading
  • Superelevation
  • 85,000 cubic yards of total grading
  • 77,000 cubic yards hauloff
  • 5,400 yards of milling hauled to a receiving roadway (Wagoner Road)
  • Retaining wall design
  • Roadway profile design
  • New pavement section, base and subgrade
  • Widening from 24′ total roadway prism to 24′ traveled way + 4′ paved shoulders + 4′ unpaved shoulders, totaling a 40′ prism
  • Restricted right-of-way
  • Guard rails with 8′ and 11′ long posts for safety and protection
  • Hydrology
  • Hydraulics, including culvert design and reconstruction
  • Erosion control

A full set of PS&Es using Civil3D 2011 – Full corridor modeling including cross sections, superelevations, mass haul diagrams, etc.

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In May 2015, this Project was highlighted in the monthly newsletter of the Arizona Chapter of the American Public Works Association