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Western


SR 154 Bangerter Highway sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

Along the southern boundary of Riverton, UT, on the southern edge of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, two major commuter routes intersected at grade in the middle of a rapidly-growing bedroom community and its supporting commercial development. The resulting traffic nightmares on both east/west Bangerter Highway (SR 154) and north/south South Redwood Road (SR 68) necessitated replacing this signalized intersection with a grade-separated interchange. Utah DOT (UDOT) required a single point urban interchange, with seismic design requirements of 0.66g for walls within 50 ft.

Denver's Engle P3 "Flies" Reinforced Earth Walls sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

Eagle P3 (East ­and ­Gold Line Enterprise Public-Private Partnership) project is part of the Denver Regional Transportation District's (RTD) FasTracks program, a voter-approved, 12-year, multi-billion-dollar transit expansion program that is building new commuter and light rail services throughout the RTD service area.

West County Connectors sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

The Orange County Transportation Authority, in a joint venture with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), is nearing completion of the $277 million West County Connectors project.  Funded in part by $50 million from the Federal Highway Administration under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, this project is significantly improving traffic flow and safety through the SR-22/I-405/I-605 interchange connecting to Garden Grove, Westminster, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Long Beach and Rossmoor.  Eight traffic barrier-topped Reinforced Earth mechanically stabilized

Bay Area Transit (BART) - Warm Springs Extension, Walnut Avenue sticky icon

Precast MSE Retaining Wall

Major construction on the Warm Springs Extension in Fremont, CA began in August of 2009 with the commencement of the Fremont Central Park Subway Contract. Work on the design-build Line, Track, Station and Systems (LTSS) contract, which began in October of 2011, will continue until the fall of 2015. This project, when complete, will add 5.4-miles of new track from the existing Fremont Station south to a new station in the Warm Springs District of the City of Fremont.

RECo & "The Path of the Pronghorn" sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

The Pronghorn is a hearty antelope-like animal endemic to central and western North America.

I-25 & Santa Fe Interchange sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

 

In mid-July 2011 the Colorado Department of Transportation began the $32.1 million I-25/Santa Fe Drive Interchange project near downtown Denver. Hamon Contractors was awarded the job and Slaton Bros, working with The Reinforced Earth Company (RECo) and Pacheco CPI, was hired to provide the permanent and temporary retaining walls on the project.