Lakemont Boulevard Southeast Extension, Bellevue
Project description: Extend Lakemont Boulevard approximately 1.1 miles between 171st and Newport Way. Work includes excavating over 250,000 cubic yards of earth, installing a closed roadway drainage system, installing several roadway cross culverts, several areas of sewer line relocation, waterline relocation, cement concrete curb and gutter and sidewalk, installing a street illumination system, asphalt paving, striping and channelization. The project also involves the construction of an 840-foot six-span precast concrete girder bridge and a 90-foot single-span precast concrete girder bridge over environmentally sensitive areas. Structures also include a 400-foot tie-back soldier pile retaining wall, two mechanically stabilized earth walls, several rockeries, and erosion control techniques and monitoring.
Address: Lakemont Boulevard Southeast between 171st and Newport Way, Bellevue
Original contract amount: $11,751,220
Start of construction: May 1, 1997
Expected completion date: Oct. 15, 1998
Contractor: Wilder Construction Co., 1525 C. Marine View Drive, Everett, WA 98201, 425-551-3100
Architect: HW Lochner, 301 116th Ave. S.E., Suite 550, Bellevue, WA 98009, 206-454-3160
Owner: City of Bellevue
Project participants: Shannon & Wilson; Dames & Moore; Harding Lawson Assoc.; Osborn-Pacific; Inca Engineers; HDR Inc.; Entranco Inc.; Taylor Assoc.; 3A Industries; Asis Engineering; Bremmeyer Logging Co.; Briargreen; CNL's Traffic Flagging Service Inc.; By Design Rockeries; Horizon Trucking & Excavating; J & S Construction; J. Harper Contractor Inc.; Landel Corp.; MT Electric; Malcolm Drilling Company Inc.; Max Ford Crane; Northwest Erosion Control Services; Ness Crane; Owl Fencing; Penny Lee Trucking; Petersen Brothers Inc.; Rainier Steel; Reliable Concrete Pumping; Sorenson & Sons; Stripe Rite Inc.; V. Van Dyke Trucking; Associated Sand & Gravel; Cadman Inc.; Concrete Technology; Graham Steel Corp.; H D Fowler Co.; Lone Star Northwest Inc.; Reinforced Earth Co.; Seismic Energy Products LP.
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