RockSol Consulting Group, Inc.
  • SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

    SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

  • SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

    SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

  • SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

    SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

  • SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

    SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction

SH 392 / I-25 Interchange Reconstruction


Client:

Colorado Department of Transportation

Services:

Construction Management, Inspection & Materials Testing

Location:

Weld County, Colorado

Project Description:

RockSol was selected to provide construction management services for the reconstruction of the SH 392 / I-25 interchange in a blended team with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). This interchange is a major transportation component of I-25, making this a high-profile project for CDOT and Northern Colorado. The project involved bridge demolition over a high-traffic interstate highway, staged construction of a prestressed U-girder bridge, and construction of numerous stone-veneer-faced mechanically stabilized earth walls, cast-in-place retaining walls, earthwork, and aggregate column-geopiers. The project also included drainage improvements, utility relocations, concrete paving of SH 392 and I-25 ramps, and asphalt paving of relocated frontage roads, all on an accelerated construction schedule. RockSol, along with our subconsultants, provided contract administration, scheduling analysis, construction management, inspection and materials testing services. The fast-paced A+B bidding and contracting method was utilized by CDOT, and both incentives were achieve by the contractor through around-the-clock work and responsive cooperation amongst the RockSol team, CDOT and the contractor.

 
RockSol was commended by the CDOT Project Manager for assigning “a ‘dream team’ of experienced, talented, roadway and structure professionals.” Our ability to supply “resourceful staffing and flexible scheduling” resulted in significantly less cost and delay to the traveling public. Due in part to RockSol’s thorough inspection and attention to detail, the stone-veneered MSE walls ended up being an architectural and engineering innovation and was recognized with the 2013 Masterworks in Masonry Award from the Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute. As a testament to the quality of the project and its impact on the area, this project won the American Public Works Association Colorado Chapter Engineering/Construction Management – Large Community Award in 2012 as well as the 2013 Colorado Contractors Association / CDOT Project Management Award for Region 4 in the “$5-Million +” category.