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  • <b>System</b> Preservation (Restoration/Rehab/Resurface)

    System Preservation (Restoration/Rehab/Resurface)

    Type : Bid Notification
    Due : 09 Dec, 2022 (Today)
    Posted : 3 months ago
    Started : 19 Aug, 2022 (3 months ago)

    The proposed pavement rehabilitation project is located in Maricopa and Pinal Counties on Phoenix-Casa Grande Highway (I-10), Eastbound (EB) and Westbound (WB), and within the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC). The project begins at MP 167.10 and extends south to MP 173.10 for an approximate length of 12.00 miles. The work consists of milling 2.5 inches and replacing existing pavement with 2 inches of asphalt. In addition, the work includes replacing guardrail, pavement markings and other related work.

    From: Arizona Department of Transportation (Transportation)
  • <b>System</b> Preservation (Bridge Replacement)

    System Preservation (Bridge Replacement)

    Type : Bid Notification
    Due : 09 Dec, 2022 (Today)
    Posted : 2 months ago
    Started : 30 Aug, 2022 (3 months ago)

    The proposed project is located in Pinal County on South El Camino Viejo at Queen Creek in Queen Valley. The proposed work consists of replacing the existing bridge with a new Concrete Girder bridge, remove and replace existing Asphalt Concrete pavement, placing guardrail and other related work.

    From: Arizona Department of Transportation (Transportation)
  • System Preservation (Restoration/Rehab/Resurface)

    Type : Bid Notification
    Due : 16 Dec, 2022 (in 7 days)
    Posted : 6 months ago
    Started : 24 May, 2022 (6 months ago)

    The proposed work is located in Pinal County on Interstate 10 (I-10) between mileposts 222.00 and 231.71 near Picacho. The proposed work consists of removing the existing asphaltic concrete surface course by milling and replacing it with an Asphaltic Rubber – Asphaltic Concrete Friction Course (AR-ACFC). Additional work includes replacing pavement markings and other miscellaneous work.

    From: Arizona Department of Transportation (Transportation)
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