U.S. Highway 41 Mainline

U.S. Highway 41 Mainline

Scope

Michels was the Prime Contractor for the construction of the USH 41 Freeway Mainline Project. Michels was responsible for the oversight of 14 subcontractors working on this project.

The project consisted of constructing 21 miles of 52' wide rural freeway concrete pavement. This project had multiple interchanges, ramps, and mainline paving. Ramps were constructed in stage construction to minimized traffic impacts on USH 41.

The concrete pavement totaled approximately 660,000 square yards at completion of the projects. All concrete for the highway construction was mixed at on site at a Michels' batch plant. 800,000 tons of crushed aggregate material was supplied and placed for building pavement structure from a Michels quarry. Michels provided an onsite mobile crushing plant to recycle concrete.

  • Michels constructed 21 miles of 52' wide rural freeway concrete paving.
  • Michels constructed 21 miles of 52' wide rural freeway concrete paving.
  • Michels constructed 21 miles of 52' wide rural freeway concrete paving.

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