ODOT US Route 33 Bypass Construction, Phase III


ODOT US Route 33 Bypass Construction, Phase III, Nelsonville, Ohio


LOCATION

Nelsonville, Ohio

Project Highlights
  • 115,000 cubic yards of mine grouting
  • 124,000 lf of angled injection boreholes
  • 387,000 lf of vertical injection boreholes
  • 170,000 lf of pipe installation
  • More than 6.9 million cy of excavation
  • 4.3 million cy of embankment
Project Description

Facing an expedited schedule, The Beaver Excavating Company utilized mine grouting to stabilize the project site for the $92.9 million, Phase III portion of the U.S. Route 33 Nelsonville Bypass.

One of the largest mine remediation projects in the country, the Nelsonville Bypass was constructed atop former coal mines and required Beaver’s ingenuity and experience to ensure that efficiency and quality were maintained throughout the process of stabilizing the mine voids. As the Ohio Department of Transportation project’s prime contractor, Beaver Excavating self-performed mass excavation, embankment, bridge construction, drainage and mine remediation work.

Despite below-ground variables, Beaver kept the project timeline on track while maximizing cost savings through its value engineering practices.