CCI was responsible for the overall environmental protection, safety, CPM schedule and construction for this $46.2 million project. The project elements included construction of the widening of Interstate 264, on ramps and off ramps for Contract A of the I-264/MLK Extension Interchange development. Project details included construction of two new bridges, widening of two existing bridges, MSE walls, EPS, signals, lighting, overhead/roadway signage, guardrail, asphalt pavement, drainage, utility relocation, striping, clearing, mass grading, and maintenance of traffic.
CCI was responsible for the communication and coordination with SKW, Design Engineer, QA/QC, VDOT, City of Portsmouth, permitting agencies and other stakeholders on the project. CCI was able to control the project schedule with its unique ability to self-perform all project management, mass excavation, roadway sub base, storm drainage/basin construction, pavement demolition, traffic control, bridge construction and guardrail installation. Major items of work included approximately 200,000 cubic yards of mass excavation, 40,000 Cubic Yards of borrow excavation, 85,000 Tons of asphalt, 20,000 Tons of aggregate base material, 27,000 cubic yards of EPS/Geo-foam, 25,000 cubic yards of lightweight fill, construction of 46,000 square feet of MSE Wall, 4800 linear feet of barrier wall, and remove and replace a pedestrian bridge with approaches.
CCI’s focus on safety enabled us and our subcontractors to complete all work to date, to include over 100,000 man hours, without a single recordable injury. CCI was able to control the project schedule with its unique ability to self-perform grading, pavement, project management, maintenance of traffic, guardrail installation, erosion and sediment controls and bridge construction.