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SR 28 - Crescent Bar to Quincy Paving - Complete July 2007

Project was completed July 31st, 2007
Click to enlarge View entire map This project is located on SR 28 between MP 19.12 to MP 27.73 in western Grant County.

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  New guardrail, like this on Trinidad Hill was included in the project. 

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  The Quincy Safety Rest Area was repaved and restriped as part of this project.


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  Additional pavement repair was done at the Burlington Northern Railroad undercrossing to add structural strength to the pavement.


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 Wetland areas were not be disturbed during construction.
 

Status

This project was completed July 31st, 2007

 

This Roadway Preservation project repaved 8.61 miles of SR 28, west of Quincy.

Why is WSDOT pave SR 28?
SR 28 is deteriorating and repaving when we did, at the lowest life-cycle cost, preserves the load carrying capacity and upgrades the safety features of the roadway.

The End Result
This project restored the structural integrity of the pavement. It also improved safety by installing new, higher visibility striping, installing centerline rumble strips, and updating guardrail. The Quincy Valley Safety Rest Area parking lot was seal coated to preserve the surface. Sidewalk ramps in the rest area were fitted with "truncated dome" pads to assist sight impaired pedestrians and to comply with new American's with Disabilities Act standards.

Project Benefits

  • Extends roadway life.
  • Provides a smoother driving surface.
  • Installs centerline rumble strips.
  • Improves the Quincy Rest Area facilities.

What is the project timeline?
Construction began May 14th and was completed July 31st, 2007. (43 working days).

Financial Information

The project was advertised for private contractor bids On September 11th and bids were opened on October 12th.  On October 16th, Basin Paving Company was awarded contract #7204 for $1,425,936.25, 17% under the engineering estimate.

This project was funded from the following sources: 

  • Pre-Existing Funds - $2.5 million
  • Total funding from all sources - $2.5 million

How can I get more information?
Contact:
Kevin Waligorski, Project Engineer
WSDOT North Central Region
P.O. Box 98
Wenatchee, WA 98807
Phone: (509) 667-2860 or toll free (888) 461-8816
E-mail: waligok@wsdot.wa.gov

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