I-25 Douglas County Concrete Rehabilitation

Project Update

Project Update: 

For the upcoming month, there will be minimal impacts to traffic as crews finalize wildlife fencing infrastructure and deer guard installations at Happy Canyon Road. Work will pick back up again on I-25 in early spring to complete the last remaining elements of the project. Continue to check back in for more updates or visit COtrip.org for real time lane closures on this project and others throughout the state.

  • Currently no impacts to traffic.

About the Project:

The Colorado Department of Transportation and prime contractor, Myer’s and Sons Construction, will begin concrete rehabilitation, wildlife-fencing implementation, and deer guard installations along I-25. The project work zone will begin at Wolfensberger Road in Castle Rock (Mile post 181.75) and end at Lincoln Avenue in Lone Tree (Mile post 192.75). Work is anticipated to begin April 11th and end in October 2022. The project is part of a larger statewide commitment by CDOT to improve roadway surfaces and decrease wildlife related incidents on the interstate.

East side of Happy Canyon Road with newly installed guardrails
East side of Happy Canyon Road with newly installed guardrails

Project Facts

  • Cost: $6,200,000
  • Contractor: Myers and Sons Construction, LLC
  • Timeline: April - late October 2022
  • Location: North and Southbound I-25 from Castle Rock to Centennial in Douglas County

Work Schedule

  • Daytime working hours will be Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Nighttime working hours will be Monday through Friday, 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Traffic Impacts

  • Single and double lane closures, alternating traffic intermittently in either direction, are expected regularly throughout the duration of the project.
  • These lane reductions may slow traffic, but are not anticipated to cause major delays. Additionally, this project has anticipated night closures. The public will be given plenty of notice when night closures occur.
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