US Route 30 Construction Inspection (SR 0030, Sections 9, 10 & 11)

Erdman Anthony provided construction inspection services for the construction of three sections of US Route 30 in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. The size and complexity of the projects required significant construction inspection and documentation resources from the firm. Work was constructed in complex phasing to accommodate the high average daily traffic of the highway. The three constructed sections were as follows:

Section 009 - This project's construction value exceeded $83 Million Dollars and had an overall length of about 2.5 miles. It was characterized by full depth reconstruction with concrete paving, nine mechanically stabilized earth retaining walls, five sound walls, and nine bridge structures which included two continuous composite curved steel multi-girder bridges with an integral pier.

Section 010 - This project's construction value exceeded $46 Million Dollars and had an overall length of about 2.6 miles. It included reconstruction of three interchanges and four lanes of mainline highway with auxiliary lanes between interchanges. Construction was characterized by full depth concrete paving over asphalt treated permeable base, two mechanically stabilized earth retaining walls, five sound walls, and five prestressed spread box beam bridge structures. The project earned the "2002 Maintenance and Protection of Traffic Award" from the Pennsylvania Partnership for Highway Quality.

Section 011 - This project's construction value exceeded $89 Million Dollars and had an overall length of about 4.7 miles. It included reconstruction of six interchanges and four lanes of mainline highway with auxiliary lanes in each direction. It was characterized by full depth reconstruction with concrete paving (25.6 lane miles) over asphalt treated permeable base, six retaining walls, four sound walls, and twelve bridge structures. The project earned the "2003 Maintenance and Protection of Traffic Award" from the Pennsylvania Partnership for Highway Quality and the "2002 National Award for Excellence in Concrete Pavement" for Urban divided highways from the American Concrete Pavement Association.

Project Accolades

  • Project Awards
  • 2002 National Award for for Excellence in Concrete Paving - American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA)
  • 2002 Maintenance and Protection of Traffic Award - Pennsylvania Partnership for Highway Quality (PPHO)

Project Details

Location

Lancaster County, PA

Owner

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Engineering District 8-0

Construction Cost

$218M

Project Contact

Noel Caron, PE
  • Noel Caron, PE
  • 717-766-1741 x 5009
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