I-15 South Design-Build Design
CA Group, Inc. is a part of the Design Build team constructing improvements to I-15 from Tropicana Avenue to Silverado Ranch Blvd. The project includes widening the freeway, the addition of collector distributor roads; direct connect ramp from Blue Diamond Road to I-15, five redesigned interchanges, 26 new bridge structures, 35 retaining walls, and 1.5 miles of sound walls. Project scope includes provide temporary ITS relocations during construction design of the permanent system including DMS boards, CCTV, ramp meters and Internet Protocol upgrades from Tropicana Avenue to the Spaghetti Bowl Interchange. Additional items included finalizing the FHWA Control of Access study for the project, filing FAA 7460-1 approvals for light poles, UPRR approvals, US Army Corp of Engineer’s approvals and FHWA design exception report. The 6 mile long project has a design and construction value of $245 million. It is scheduled to be completed by 2012.
Cost: $245 Million (Estimated Design and Construction Value)
CA Group is responsible for the following project elements:
Chad Anson served as Deputy Design Manager for the entire design effort.
C A Group staff prepared the design of Segment 4, the Northbound CD Road System from Silverado Ranch to the I-215 interchange, including the direct connect ramp at Blue Diamond Highway.
Fidel Calixto served as Traffic Manager for the overall project.