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I-76 Toll Plaza Reconstruction

ALCM, LLC (ALCM) construction management staff played a vital role in completing the $22 million reconstruction of the New Stanton Interchange/Toll Plaza and the reconstruction of the PA Turnpike MP 75.5 to 74.5 six months ahead of schedule and $300,000 below budget.

Major recommendations by ALCM that expedited schedule and reduced costs:

  • Altered the sequence of construction for the three stage reconstruction from eastbound, westbound, center to westbound, eastbound, center. This change resulted in a considerable reduction in the amount of temporary pavement required to accommodate traffic movements by using existing pavement on the east bound side of the roadway.
  • Use of rubblelized roadway concrete pavement to fill roadway undercuts in lieu of costly foreign rock borrow.
  • Locating and identifying waste areas adjacent to the roadway alignment to reduce haul distances.
  • Elimination of top soil in non critical areas to reduce costs.
  • Elimination of geo-textile under roadway subgrade to reduce cost.

Key Project Statistics:

  • 90,000 CY of Class 1 Excavation
  • 66,000 SY of Temporary Pavement
  • 78,000 SY of Permanent Bituminous Full Depth Pavement
  • 40,000 SY of 13 inch Concrete Pavement
  • 34,000 CY of Undercut Excavation and Backfill with Type B Rock
  • 70,000 SF of Sound Barrier Wall
  • 2,000 Tons of Contaminated Soils

I-76 Toll Plaza Reconstruction photo

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  • ClientPennsylvania Turnpike Commission
  • LocationNew Stanton, PA
  • Value$18,701,309
  • Work Tasks / Services
    • Project management, project documentation, construction inspection, material testing
    • Prepared and processed current and final estimate payments
    • Prepared and processed change orders
    • Conducted and documented weekly coordination meetings and monthly progress meeting
    • Documented, reviewed and processed all project submittals

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