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GRIP Project Adds Capacity, Operational Safety to Road By Cindy Riley CEG CORRESPONDENT

Construction that will create four new bridges as part of a major overhaul is well under way on the Appling County border in Georgia. “This program is 9.091 miles of widening and reconstruction on U.S.1, Bacon County line to SR 15,” explained Jill Nagel, communications officer, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). “GDOT’s contractor, McLendon Enterprises Inc. of Vidalia, Ga., is continuing with Stage 2 construction clearing, installing BMP’s, grading, pipe work, asphalt, culvert and bridge construction.” US 1/S.R. 4 is part of the Governor’s

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Work on the roughly $31 million project began in January 2010 and may not be completed until early 2013. At right, the project is currently into the final phase of earthwork, which precedes the base and paving and final opening of the roadway. Crews hope to be complete by the end of this year. Because of the flat terrain, rain can be very detrimental to the project.

Road Improvement Program (GRIP), and is considered an economic growth corridor. The project will add capacity and increase operational safety. The two existing bridges were replaced due to age and substandard width. The project will add two new bridges for the additional lanes. Work on the roughly $31 million project began in January 2010 and may not be completed until early 2013. According to GDOT, there have been no significant issues as far as weather and no traffic issues have accrued, due to staging and traffic control. As the prime contractor, McLendon is responsible for traffic control, erosion control and general job management and communication with the GDOT. “We are clearing, performing all earthwork, storm drain installation, water main installation, sewer main and force main installation,” explained Project Engineer Sean Scott. “We are currently into the final phase of earthwork, which precedes the base and paving and final opening of the roadway. We hope to be complete by the end of this year. Because of the flat terrain, rain can be very detrimental to our work activities. Overall, weather has been pretty agreeable,” Scott said. see GRIP page 2

Report Details Plans for New Ga. to Miss. Highway MACON, Ga. (AP) A federal report details plans for a possible new interstate highway that would move traffic from Augusta through central Georgia and Alabama to Natchez, Miss. The report on the proposed 14th Amendment Highway was obtained by The Telegraph newspaper of Macon under the Freedom of Information Act. In Georgia, one proposal calls for the interstate cutting through an area just south of Macon.

No funding for the federal route has been identified. The Federal Highway Administration launched the study to meet a congressional mandate. The report said the new interstate would be more than 600 mi., linking Augusta and Natchez with three other metro areas: Montgomery in Alabama, and Columbus and Macon in Georgia. “Although several major Interstate highways pass through the corridor, they are all generally oriented in a

north-south direction,” the report states. “There is no single designated east-west Interstate or other major highway that directly connects all five cities.” The 14th Amendment Highway study examined five options for a new route from Augusta to Natchez. The options ranged from about $296 million to $7.7 billion. Experts say that even if the new highway is never built, its ideas will likely affect other transportation plans.


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Infrastructure Update...

Two New, Two Replacement Bridges Ga. DOT Approves Rise Up as Part of Roadway Overhaul $20M for Improving “We have around 180,000 square yards of soil cement remaining to be completed, and around 100,000 tons of asphalt paving to complete. We will begin this work later this spring, as the grading allows. “We use various types and brands of equipment including Blaw Knox pavers and MTVs, Sakai asphalt rollers, Vogele pavers, Cat base rollers, Cat motorgraders, CMI base trimmers, Etnyre distributors. Most of the base finishing equipment is equipped with Topcon machine control. We produce the asphalt at our Surrency Asphalt Plant, located nine miles east of Baxley on U.S. 341. We produce the soil

employees on site when needed on the project. Material for the project includes According to Moses Grass Vice 375,000 cu. yds. (286,780 cu m) of President Lloyd Moses, “We’ve been earthwork,13,500 ft. (4,114 m) of curb on this project since the very beginning and gutter, 26,750 ft (8,153 m) of storm and we come back every couple of pipe, 318 storm structures, 352,000 sq. weeks and do the areas that have been yd. (294,316 sq m) of soil cement base graded. In sections where the dirt has and 147,180 tons (133,519 t) of been moved, we put in both temporary asphalt. and permanent grass. In areas that are “Traffic has been an issue throughhigh-flow we do ditch matting. Some out the entire construction and espematerial is synthetic, other is cially when we shift from old construcbiodegradable.” tion to new. Traffic is not a terrible Approximately 160 acres of permaissue right now but will be complicated nent and temporary grassing is needed again when we have to split traffic and for the project. For much of the work, pave under traffic to complete the projJohn Deere agricultural tractors, ect. When completed, this will relieve including models 6420 any congestion that is created and 6430 are being now by a typical two-lane, used, along with Mack two-way roadway and help dump trucks for transspeed the commute between porting mulch, small Alma and Baxley,” Scott said. equipment and fertilizMcLendon will perform all er. clearing and grubbing, earth“Things have gone work, utility installation, conpretty well so far. It’s a crete work and project manwet job, but the drought agement. McLendon uses its from last year has made own engineering and surveyit better for us. The wet ing department to create the weather we’ve experi3D surface files for use with enced at times has been the Topcon GPS+ system and the biggest challenge, machine control equipment but it hasn’t been a huge being used on the project and Photo courtesy of GDOT provide construction layout Construction that will create four new bridges as part of obstacle for us. We just for storm, sewer, water and a major overhaul is well under way on the Appling County want to make sure we go in and do adequate force main with RTK rovers. border in Georgia. soil preparation and “This project is different cement at our portable pugmill plant set everything else associated with the from most widening projects in that grassing.” there are rural and urban aspects within up on the south end of the project.” According to Raffield, “The biggest According to Scott, other equipment the same contract. Both of these types of construction produce a roadway for challenge of this project will be placing being used by McLendon during the the traveling public, but the similarities the final asphalt surface on the urban various phases of construction stop there. The procedures in which portion of the project. It will take a includes: Komatsu PC400 and PC220 these roadways are constructed differ good bit of planning and staging to excavators; a Hitachi 330 excavator; greatly and the staging of the construc- safely and efficiently lay the final sur- three Cat 321 LCR excavators; Cat D6N and D6M dozers; a John Deere tion for urban work is much more face in this area.” Southern Concrete Construction Co. 750J dozer; a Cat D6M motorgraders; tedious than the rural roadway. Making both of these construction types tie Inc., Albany, Ga., will be building all two Cat 140H front end loaders; and together on schedule is another chal- box culverts and bridges. Corbett four Komatsu 250 loaders. Everett Dykes has used motorlenge, which makes this contract differ- Electrical Construction Inc., Lake Park, Ga., will be installing a new traffic sig- graders; two Cat 140H trimmers; and ent and unique,” Scott explained. Everett Dykes Grassing Inc., nal and overhead signs. SABE Inc., two CMI 14-ft. fine graders equipped Cochran, Ga., is supplying and placing Vidalia, Ga., will be performing all ero- with Topcon GPS+ machine control all soil cement base and supplying and sion control items with the exception of systems. Said Nagel, “When the project is placing all hot mix asphalt, working temporary and permanent grassing and mulch items. complete motorists should experience approximately 12 employees daily. Moses Grass Company, Uvalda, improved mobility, safety and access.” “We completed half of the original Ga., is handling all grassing items and (This story also can be found on contract quantities of both these items between November 2010 and October mulching including matting, mulching Construction Equipment Guide’s of last year,” said Everett Dykes and related erosion control issues. It Web site at www.constructionequipOperations Manager Steve Raffield. works approximately eight to 10 mentguide.com.) CEG

Bridges, Roads ATLANTA (AP) The Georgia Department of Transportation is moving forward with $20 million in projects to build new bridges and resurface roads across the state. The contracts awarded by the DOT board March 2 cover 23 different projects. The largest is to build two bridges across the New river and Clear Creek in Heard County. A Marietta company won the $4.9 million contract. Bridges also will be built for $2.2 million in Hall County and $1.1 million in Tattnall County. The rest of the money will go toward road improvement projects, such as $800,000 to resurface 12 mi. (19 km) of roads in Bleckley and Dodge counties. The Georgia DOT said it has started 172 new construction projects valued at more than $642 million in the fiscal year that started July 1.

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GUCA Holds Open Invitation Meeting for Members, Guests GUCA President Charlie Murren spoke about the opportunity for GUCA members in taking advantage of future affinity programs and how these programs would benefit GUCA members and bring them substantial savings. GUCA members and guests met at Hilltop Grille in Athens, Ga., on Nov. 16, 2011, for the northeast Georgia industry meeting. This was an open invitation event for GUCA members, prospective members, municipalities and government officials. GUCA Member Ralph Byrd, Utility Business Services Inc., provided those in attendance with a presentation regarding Managing Your Utility Damage Claims and Public Service Commission NOPV’s. He addressed a number of issues including how to save money on damage claims. He highlighted what to watch out for in regards to over billing by utility companies; no fault for hand digging and liability issues in the tolerance zone; as well as other informative protection measures. In addition, GUCA Member Richard Krauss, STS/Utiliquest, also provided valu-

able insight on a number of issues including when utilities are not located in a timely manner and inaccuracy of locates. GUCA members and guests also were addressed by GUCA President Charlie Murren, C.A. Murren & Sons Company Inc. He welcomed everyone to the meeting and encouraged the members to stay active and participate in future GUCA functions. He also spoke about the opportunity for GUCA members in taking advantage of future affinity programs and how these programs would benefit GUCA members and bring them substantial savings. Highlights included the health benefits and workers’ compensation programs with builders insurance. Those in attendance also were updated by GUCA Executive Director Vikki McReynolds about upcoming events, safety classes, and industry and legislative issues,

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as well as GUCA membership and the benefits provided to GUCA members. GUCA Membership Committee Chairman Regina Shelnutt, Robert M. Anderson Inc., stressed the importance of generating new membership by promoting membership recruitment in the area to strengthen GUCA’s northeast Georgia membership. In addition, she encouraged all

members in attendance to encourage prospective members to become GUCA members and experience the benefits of membership first hand. Shelnutt and Ben Corbitt, Ferguson Waterworks, and the GUCA membership committee helped organize the meeting. For more information, visit www.guca.com.

Workers Participate in Work Zone Safety Stand Down Day Members of the Georgia Utility Contractors Association Inc. joined OSHA and various other government and private entities and municipalities to provide awareness to those working in work zones and the general public of proper work zone safety procedures. After final numbers were calculated, it was determined that in the 278 work zones, 6,042 workers from 33 companies participated in the OSHA Struck By Alliance Work Zone Safety Stand Down. GUCA representation included 19 job sites with 249 employees from member companies Blount Construction Co. Inc.; C.A. Murren & Sons Company Inc.; Richard Harp Excavation Inc.; and Turpin Inc. Recognizing the fact that many fatalities on the roadways are construction workers, the OSHA Struck By Alliance in collaboration with other associations dedicated Nov. 7, 2011, as its Work Zone Safety Stand Down Day. Each GUCA member company and others were asked to participate. Each company was asked to stop work at construction sites in Georgia (especially those working on Georgia’s highways) and conduct work zone safety training, particularly focusing on the awareness of struck by accidents as well as having safety signs, vests and equipment in GUCA Member Richard Harp Excavation participates in the Safety Stand Down. place.

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‘Peach State’ Highway Project Bids

The Georgia State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Chatham Contract ID: B14101-11-000-0 District: 75505 Location: 2.091 mi. of widening and reconstruction on SR 204 beginning south of Ferguson Ave and extending north of Hendry Ave; also includes realignment of Old Whitefield Ave, Grace Drive, Beckman Ave, Halcyon Drive and Hendry Ave. (FOS). Project: STP00-00MS-00(005). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Baker Infrastructure Group Inc. — $9,371,208 • Plant Improvement Company Inc. — $10,417,401 • Oldcastle Southern Group Inc. d/b/a Apac Southeast, Inc. — $10,476,623 • McLendon Enterprises Inc. — $11,632,142 Completion Date: Aug. 31, 2013 County: Floyd Contract ID: B14127-11-000-0 District: 76604 Location: 5.478 mi. of widening and reconstruction of the West Rome Bypass beginning south of the Coosa River and extending north of SR 20; also includes construction of a total of 10 bridges. (FOS). Project: HPPNH-0012-01(085). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • C. W. Matthews Contracting Company Inc. — $42,618,295 • E. R. Snell Contractor Inc. — $43,861,991 • Sunbelt Structures Inc. — $44,437,024 • Archer Western Contractors Ltd. & Wright Brothers, Inc. — $47,758,969 Completion Date: March 31, 2015 Counties: Appling and Toombs Contract ID: B14157-11-000-0 District: 75501 Location: 10.910 mi. of milling, inlay, plant mix resurfacing, single surface treatment paving and shoulder rehabilitation on SR 4 beginning at Nails Ferry Road (CR 1) and extending to the Altamaha River. (E). Project: M004226. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Reeves Construction Company — $4,298,294 • Everett Dykes Grassing Company Inc. — $4,353,727 • Dixie Roadbuilders Inc. — $4,722,483 Completion Date: July 31, 2012 County: Atkinson Contract ID: B14102-11-000-0 District: 74402 Location: Pedestrian and school zone improvements at Willacoochee Elementary School. (E). Project: 0009438. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Dixie Roadbuilders Inc. — $560,033

• Ricketson Construction Company Inc. — $599,076 Completion Date: March 31, 2012

• JHC Corporation Inc. — $258,853 Completion Date: April 30, 2012

County: Barrow Contract ID: B14136-11-000-0 District: 71105 Location: 10.679 mi. of milling, inlay, plant mix resurfacing and shoulder rehabilitation on SR 82 beginning at SR 11 and extending east of the Middle Oconee River. (E). Project: M004301. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • E. R. Snell Contractor Inc. — $1,596,651 • Pittman Construction Company — $1,674,152 • Baldwin Paving Company Inc. — $1,688,068 • Colditz Trucking Inc. — $1,693,926 • C. W. Matthews Contracting Company Inc. — $1,871,049 • Allied Paving Contractors Inc. — $1,874,504 • Stewart Bros. Inc. — $2,085,441 Completion Date: July 31, 2012

County: Candler Contract ID: B14142-11-000-0 District: 75506 Location: 10.316 mi. of milling, plant mix resurfacing, double surface treatment paving and shoulder rehabilitation on SR 46 beginning at the Emanuel County Line and extending to SR 121. (E). Project: M004227. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Reeves Construction Company — $1,278,394 • Everett Dykes Grassing Company Inc. — $1,279,732 Completion Date: July 31, 2012

County: Bulloch Contract ID: B14146-11-000-0 District: 75506 Location: Intersection improvements on U.S. 301/SR 73 AT SR 46. (E). Project: CSSFT-0008-00(424). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Moye Electric Company Inc. — $177,694 • The Navitus Group Inc. — $180,120 • R. J. Haynie & Associates Inc. — $195,671 • Corbett Electrical Construction Inc. — $254,150

Counties: Chatham, Effingham and Evans Contract ID: B14097-11-000-1 District: 75506 Location: Traffic signal upgrades and installation of intersection video detection systems (VDS) at various locations on SR 21, on SR 25 and on SR 73. (E). Project: CSSTP-0007-00(407). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • R. J. Haynie & Associates Inc. — $658,943 • Brooks-Berry-Haynie & Assoc. Inc. — $669,166 • Midasco, LLC — $670,841 • Moye Electric Company Inc. — $680,503 • JHC Corporation Inc. — $683,940 • World Fiber Technologies Inc. — $742,781 • Corbett Electrical Construction Inc. — $783,923 Completion Date: Aug. 31, 2012


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