Pecos Street over I-70 Bridge Replacement
Picture at right: Newly built Pecos Bridge.
As part of the Federal Highway Administration's Highway for Life grant program and now that construction is complete, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) would like to hear from you on how the Pecos Street Over I-70 Bridge Replacement Project was constructed. Please take a few minutes to participate in this brief, anonymous online survey by clicking on the following link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RK2ZN9F. CDOT values your opinion and will use this feedback on other similar projects. Thank you for your time and input!
This project replaced the existing poor bridge structure on Pecos Street over I-70 and improved traffic operations at the Pecos/I-70 interchanges. Project work included replacing the Pecos structure; installing roundabout type intersections, and a pedestrian bridge structure that spanned I-70. The construction cost for this project was estimated at $18M and funded by the Colorado Bridge Enterprise as part of the FASTER legislation.
CDOT determined that this project would use Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) in order to minimize construction impacts to the travelling public. The Construction Manager/General Contractor (GM/GC) delivery process was used for this project in order to maximize design and construction efficiency. Kiewit Infrastructure started construction November 2012 and the project was completed in October 2013.