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I-85 Bridge

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On March 30, 2017, a massive fire destroyed an elevated portion of Interstate 85 over Piedmont Rd. in Atlanta, GA., causing part of the highway to collapse. A mere 44 days later – and more than 30 ahead of schedule – Standard Concrete and the GDOT had the project completed and the new bridge was opened for the 240,000 daily commuters it services.

KEY POINTS:

  • GDOT’s state bridge engineer Bill DuVall worked with SCP on replacement strategy
  • Work began 5 days after the fire and completed in 44 days – more than 30 days ahead of schedule
  • GDOT estimates that completeing the project one month early achieved about $27 million in motorist savings
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The biggest challenge we had on this project is getting the subs lined up… Standard Concrete really pitched in and helped us out. When we called, they jumped right on it. That’s really what helped us out a lot.

BRAD NELSON,  GENERAL MANAGER
C.W. MATTHEWS CONTRACTING, CO.

AWARDS

PCI 2018 Design Awards-Best Bridge with main span from 76-149 feet

Northwest Corridor

Northwest Corridor Bridge
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As the most expensive highway project in Georgia’s history, the nearly $1 billion Northwest Corridor project will add nearly 30 mi. (48.2 km) of reversible toll lanes along interstates 75 and 575 through Cobb and Cherokee counties.The managed lanes project was designed to bring relief to motorists using the corridor, which is one of the region’s most congested thoroughfares.

KEY POINTS:

  • Work began in October 2014, with the project completed in spring of 2018.
  • Construction included more than 58  bridges and 63 retaining walls
  • The Northwest Corridor provides a new mobility choice to a corridor that routinely carries as many as 230,000 vehicles each day.
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Many of the biggest precast beam projects Archer Western has completed over the last two decades, were completed in partnership with SCP.  SCP has always been innovative during the design phase and responsive during the construction phase.

DAVID CASEY
ARCHER WESTERN

AWARDS

National Award of Merit (Transportation) by the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA)

State award in the “Large Project-Overall” category by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

#1 in the country on The 2018 Roads & Bridges Top 10 Roads list.

Case Study I-85

I-85 BRIDGE

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On March 30, 2017, a massive fire destroyed an elevated portion of Interstate 85 over Piedmont Rd. in Atlanta,Ga., causing part of the highway to collapse. A mere 44 days later – and more than 30 ahead of schedule – Standard Concrete and the GDOT had the projected completed and the new bridge was opened for the 240,000 daily commuters it services.

KEY POINTS:

  • GDOT’s state bridge engineer Bill DuVall worked with SCP on replacement strategy
  • Work began 5 days after the fire and completed in 44 days – more than 30 days ahead of schedule
  • GDOT estimates that completeing the project one month early achieved about $27 million in motorist savings
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The biggest challenge we had on this project is getting the subs lined up… Standard Concrete really pitched in and helped us out. When we called, they jumped right on it. That’s really what helped us out a lot.

 

BRAD NELSON – GENERAL MANAGER C.W. MATTHEWS CONTRACTING, CO

AWARDS

PCI 2018 Design Awards-Best Bridge with main span from 76-149 feet

Northwest Corridor Bridge

NORTHWEST CORRIDOR

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As the most expensive highway project in Georgia’s history, the nearly $1 billion Northwest Corridor project will add nearly 30 mi. (48.2 km) of reversible toll lanes along interstates 75 and 575 through Cobb and Cherokee counties.The managed lanes project was designed to bring relief to motorists using the corridor, which is one of the region’s most congested thoroughfares.

KEY POINTS:

  • Work began in October 2014, with the project completed in spring of 2018.
  • Construction included more than 58  bridges and 63 retaining walls
  • The Northwest Corridor provides a new mobility choice to a corridor that routinely carries as many as 230,000 vehicles each day.
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SCP was able to provide the product in a timely manner and was able to adjust to our delivery needs… Considering the magnitude of the scope, SCP performed very well.

 

ROB CONROY – PROJECT MANAGER AMERICAN BRIDGE

AWARDS

National Award of Merit (Transportation) by the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA)

State award in the “Large Project-Overall” category by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

#1 in the country on The 2018 Roads & Bridges Top 10 Roads list.