Work started on several scour bridge repairs

October 8, 2015 - Northeastern Colorado/CDOT Region 4 - Five structure repairs will improve motorist commute and landscaping.

WELD AND LARIMER COUNTIES — The Colorado Department of Transportation on October 6 began work on scour bridge repairs at five locations at five different sites near Windsor, Berthoud and Loveland to place riprap, pave ditches, seeding and mulching, and improve overall landscaping.

Project work begins at US 287 at mile point 323.572 across Little Thompson River in Berthoud and State Highway 257 at mile point 7.609 across Windsor Draw in Windsor this week. Crews will start work in mid-November on US 34 at mile point 85.150 and across George Rist Ditch and mile point 86.194 across Big Thompson River in Loveland, and on Interstate 25 at mile point 295.101 across Lone Tree Creek near Norfolk in early December. All work on project sites will be completed by May 1, 2016. L&M Enterprises of Berthoud is the prime contractor on this $1,173,745.62 project.

TRAVEL IMPACTS: Travelers should expect shoulder closures during road improvements. Construction work hours will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. There is currently no weekend work planned. No speed reductions or vehicle width restrictions are predicted during this project.

Motorists need to be aware of possible traffic stops along the roadway. For project updates, please email [email protected], or call the project hotline at (970) 373-1584.

For information about other CDOT projects, the public may log on to CDOT’S traveler information web site at or call 511 from anywhere in the state. Thank you for going Slow for the Cone Zone!