Utah Department of Transportation – 10th West / (SR-252) Reconstruction

Project Owner: Utah Department of Transportation

General Contractor: Staker Parson Company

Project Manager: Tony Altenes – Dry Utility Installation, Ben Vigil – Traffic Signals

Location: 10th West (SR-252), Logan, UT

The project follows the recently completed environmental document to improve the safety and capacity of 10th West/SR 252 and 2500 North and bring the route up to state standards. On 10th West, work will include widening the roadway to five lanes from US 91 to 300 North (including the Logan River Bridge) and a new west-side frontage road between 600 South and 200 South. Traffic signals and turn lanes will also be installed at 10th North and 14th North. On 2500 North work will include widening to five lanes from 600 West to Main St., plus two left turns onto Main St. As part of the project, the contractor will also close the north side of the 1100 West/US 91 intersection, as discussed during the environmental process.

On the traffic signal side of things, our scope of work included the installation of five complete traffic signals and over 19,00 LF of ATMS duct bank and fiber optic cable. The other huge part of the project we are involved in is the relocation of several existing utilities by either excavating and lower them or placing new conduits via horizontal directional boring. Due to the very high water table that exists in this area of the Logan valley, we will be utilizing our horizontal directional drills for the placement of most of the conduit structures.

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