The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District, began construction to repair a damaged portion of the Cleveland Harbor West Breakwater in Cleveland, Ohio.
"The repairs to the Cleveland Harbor West Breakwater are crucial for the coast and shoreline infrastructure for Lake Erie, and the announcement by the U.S.
The coronavirus is a fact of life on the construction job site this year, and contractors have been forced to change the way they complete projects as a result. It is an ongoing challenge as the industry conditions itself to new approaches to work and personal safety.
In Cleveland, Ohio, construction continues on the third and final phase of the $207 million Opportunity Corridor project. The Opportunity Corridor is a planned boulevard that will run from East 55th Street at Interstate 490 to East 105th Street at Chester Avenue.
The Ohio Department of Transportation's (ODOT) $1.3 billion I-70/I-71 Downtown Ramp Up project in the city of Columbus (Franklin County) is helping to replace, upgrade and rehabilitate aging highway infrastructure in the downtown core and improve traffic flow and safety for motorists.
On May 17, heavy rains washed out a culvert and earth beneath the eastbound lanes of U.S. 30 near Upper Sandusky, Wyandot County, Ohio. An emergency culvert replacement project began to remove the failed corrugated metal culvert and replace it with a 78-in.
Only hours after parts of Michigan experienced what is described as a 500-year flood, Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) engineers were preparing emergency inspection and repair contracts. The floods damaged dozens of bridges, caused the failure of two privately owned dams and closed roads, as well as impacting infrastructure throughout Midland County.
Monitoring efforts are under way following completion of this season's dredging operations at Indiana Harbor and Canal (IHC) in East Chicago, Ind. It is one of the most polluted waterways in the Great Lakes area. Crews will treat water from the confined disposal facility (CDF) until freeze up, with the 2020 season scheduled for next spring.
A paving project on the Coalfields Expressway in West Virginia began at the end of February. It involves a nearly 9-mi. stretch of road between Mullens, which is in Wyoming County, and Slab Fork, which is in Raleigh County.
Kokosing Construction Company is the contractor for the project, for a dollar amount of $33,234,283.51.
The second phase of a project bringing job opportunities to a portion of Cleveland referred to as the "Forgotten Triangle" has opened. Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), city of Cleveland, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA), The Great Lakes Construction Company, stakeholders and community members gathered Nov.
As part of its multi-phase Cleveland Innerbelt Modernization Plan, the Ohio Department of Transportation is spending $28.9 million on the construction of a new frontage, which connects Broadway Avenue (SR 14) with Pershing Avenue on the west side of I-77 and moves the Broadway Avenue entrance ramp (to I-77 south) to Pershing Avenue via a new Frontage Road on the west side of I-77 in the city of Cleveland.
Started on Aug. 1, 2016, the Kokosing Construction Company Inc. is more than half-way through the $119,988,186 Ohio Department of Transportation's (ODOT) I-271 pavement replacement and widening between the Cuyahoga/Summit County line and Miles Road.