SCOPE OF WORK
The Buckhorn Canyon Road (AKA County Road 27) sustained a great deal of damage from the 2013 floods. The reconstruction consists of construction of three new bridges, repairs to one existing bridge, and reconstruction of 1.6 miles of roadway through the "Narrows". To accomplish the above work approximately 40,000 cubic yards of rock will be blasted and excavated, 30,000 cubic yards of riprap placed, 11,000 tons of base course and 10,000 tons of asphalt placed, and 2000 cubic yards of concrete poured.
Bridge Structure 4.0Construction of the foundation and support elements are complete and riprap has been installed. The bridge girders have been set and the contractor is installing the forms for the concrete bridge deck has been poured. Bridge rail is being installed and the deck concrete is curing prior to opening to traffic.
Bridge Structure 6.1
Construction of the foundation and support elements are complete and riprap is installed. The bridge girders have been set and the concrete bridge deck has been poured. Bridge rail is being installed and the deck concrete is curing prior to opening to traffic.
Bridge Structure 8.0
Concrete caissons, abutment footings and walls and placement of girders have been completed and the contractor has poured the concrete bridge deck. Bridge rail is being installed
CR 27 "Narrows"
Production and "clean-up" blasting is complete. Rock scaling to remove loose material off the rock walls and two soil nail walls are also complete in the "Narrows". The Contractor is installing three precast concrete box culverts in this section. A temporary gravel road surface is being installed for Winter construction and public traffic prior to the asphalt paving in the Spring of 2015. A fourth concrete box culvert at Ohana Way will be installed in January and February 2015 while the road is open to Traffic. Work continues 7 days a week.
Precast Concrete Box Culverts are being installed in the "Narrows."
Repairs to this road began in June, 2014. Opening of the road to through traffic is scheduled for December 24,2014. Construction will continue as weather allows through the winter and minor delays can be expected during the day. Final completion of the project is expected in the spring of 2015.
This project was awarded to the American Civil Constructors, Inc. for $15,455,279.00. FEMA will provide 75% of the funding for the project while the state Office of Emergency Management and the county will each provide 12.5%.
CONTACTMatt Johnson, Project Manager