Transportation

Transportation projects that move North America

Michels does more than build transportation projects, we use them. Our business spans across North America and, just like your customers, we rely on hassle-free transportation. We approach each project with a desire to deliver the safe, high-quality, cost-effective work with minimal inconveniences to users.

Michels has the equipment, leadership teams and quality assurance programs necessary to build roads that comply with all governmental requirements. We provide other transportation services as well, including earth retention systems, tunnel construction and a mix of airport-related services.

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Projects

Michels constructed secant compression ring launch and receiving shafts for a microtunneling project. The launch shaft was comprised of 46 intersecting 1-meter-diameter secant piles drilled to a depth of 54 feet. The receiving shaft was comprised of 38 intersecting 1-meter-diameter piles drilled to a depth of 52 feet.

Transportation

Conduit 16 launch and receiving shafts

Colorado

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Conduit 16 launch and receiving shafts

Michels simultaneously rebuilding and widening a 4.4-mile Central and 6.7-mile South segment of the project on a heavily traveled route linking between Chicago and Milwaukee. The roadway is being expanded from three lanes in each direction to four lanes plus widened shoulders.

Transportation

I-94 Reconstruction

Wisconsin

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I-94 Reconstruction

Michels was contracted to design and install secant shafts as temporary earth retention to allow for the excavation of approximately 71 feet below grade to install a new pump station.

Transportation

Pump Station 4 Reconstruction

Illinois

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Pump Station 4 Reconstruction

Michels was the prime contractor for a reconstruction at the Kenosha Regional Airport. Michels performed all excavation, pipe underdrain, aggregate placing, concrete pavement, and topsoil operations to completely reconstruct and extend the main east/west runway and taxiway for the
airport. The runway was extended 1,100 feet to allow for larger aircraft to safely land and take off.

Transportation

Kenosha Regional Airport

Wisconsin

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Kenosha Regional Airport

Starting in fall 2019, Michels constructed 10-inch thick temporary concrete pavement in the median between the existing lanes of Northbound and Southbound I-39 at the USH 12/18 Interchange.

Transportation

I-39 CTH AB to USH 12/18 Interchange

Wisconsin

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I-39 CTH AB to USH 12/18 Interchange

Michels used microtunneling to build a 485-foot-long, 6-foot diameter tunnel under a major four-lane highway.

Transportation

Mary Hill Bypass

Canada

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Mary Hill Bypass

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