Projects

Denver Metro Wall Repairs

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Project Facts

Project Team

  • Contractor(s): Hamilton Construction Company

Project Cost

  • $500,000

In February 2017, crews started repairing damaged retaining and sound walls at nine locations throughout the Denver metropolitan area. Repairs range from replacing damaged blocks to culvert cleaning to concrete patching.

The most extensive work will occur at Interstate 70 and Carr Street; the Regional Transportation District Nine Mile Station; and U.S. Highway 287 and Emma Street.


Traffic Impacts

I-70 Carr Street MSE Wall Damage

Location

Impacts

Timeline

I-70/Carr Street (two sites) Most of the work will be performed from Carr Street, 48th Avenue and the north I-70 frontage road. Daytime, intermittent single lane closures and flagger traffic control will be in place as needed. February - March
I-25/76th Avenue Short-term traffic impacts
Most work will be completed off the highway.
February - March
US 36/Broadway Short-term traffic impacts
Most work will be completed from the Broadway shoulder behind the barrier wall. Expect limited overnight lane closures on US 36.
February - March
I-25/Broadway Short-term traffic impacts
Most work will be completed off the highway.
February - March
Parker Road/Hampden Avenue Short-term traffic impacts March to June
RTD Nine Mile Station Short-term traffic impacts April to June
I-225/Parker Road Short-term traffic impacts March
US 287/Emma Street (two sites) All work will be completed off the highway. No traffic impacts are expected. April to June
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Each wall repair will take approximately one to three weeks depending on the level of damage and needed repairs. All work is weather-dependent, and the schedule is subject to change.

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