Paving

I-39 CTH AB to USH 12/18 Interchange

I-39 CTH AB to USH 12/18 Interchange

Scope

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. In the summer and fall of 2020, Michels paved 12.5-inch concrete to reconstruct and add lanes to 2.1 miles of Northbound and Southbound I-39 from CTH AB to USH 12/18 Interchange. The new concrete pavement includes three driving lanes along with inside and outside shoulders. The project included 168,000 square yards of concrete pavement. A dedicated Rex Model S concrete batch plant was assembled alongside I-39 to minimize truck traffic and travel time.

  • 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.
  • 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.

Projects

Michels managed the construction of the Mitchell Interchange reconstruction mega project as part of a joint venture.

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Mitchell Interchange

Wisconsin

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Mitchell Interchange

Michels is preforming work in a joint venture with Halmar International for the removal of an existing drawbridge and replacement with a permanent bridge that has twice the clearance for marine traffic.

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Mill Basin Bridge

New York

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Mill Basin Bridge

Michels furnished and installed hundreds of soldier piles, permanent grouted anchors and 85,000 square feet of lagging for permanent earth retention along the Zoo Interchange.

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Zoo Interchange Phase I

Wisconsin

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Zoo Interchange Phase I

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.

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I-94 Reconstruction

Wisconsin

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I-94 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.

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Kenosha Regional Airport

Wisconsin

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Kenosha Regional Airport

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