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Soil nail walls are nearing completion and crews are set to begin micropile construction on Monday, March 18. With this new work activity, expect to see some changes to project impacts.
The construction team will make every attempt to avoid lane closures during the peak times, especially the morning rush, but this is a very dynamic site. At any given time, materials and crews are moving in and out of the very limited site areas, working on complex construction activities. It is like replacing the floor of a gymnasium while keeping a basketball game going.
Thank you in advance for your patience.
Plan extra travel time through the area especially during peak times. Delays have ranged between approximately 5 and 25 minutes and are intermittent in nature.
The 27th Street/S. Grand Ave. Ride Glenwood bus stop will close until further notice on Monday, April 22 with the spring schedule change. Service will be relocated to the 27th BRT station on CO-82. This stop will be closed for the duration of project construction. The last day of service at this location will be Sunday, April 21.
Construction crews will begin construction on the micropiles for the new pedestrian and traffic bridges Monday, March 18. Expect heavy machinery and louder construction noise associated with these operations which will be ongoing for approximately the next two months. Construction on Saturdays is expected to be more frequent.
Micropiles are deep foundation elements constructed using a high-strength steel rod surrounded by grout in a small, 10” diameter steel pipe. The project is using micropiles to enable accelerated bridge construction (ABC construction) to construct the foundation of the new bridges on location while keeping the existing bridge open and minimizing the overall duration of the project.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to the project team.
Project Webpage: cogs.us/27thStreetBridge -- AND/OR -- cogs.us/SunlightBridge
Phone (call or text): 970-618-5379