United States, Canada; Nagano, Japan; Bogota, Columbia; Manila, Philippines, Australia
of tunnels and over 741,000 Feet of small diameter pipe.
U.S. 95 SAND CREEK BYWAY
U.S. Highway 95 is a primary north-south artery in Northern Idaho. This construction project, proposed since the 1940s, represents one of the largest single projects in Idaho Transportation Department’s history. The byway was constructed adjacent to an operating railroad, a historic railway depot, operating commercial buildings, Sand Creek, Lake Pend Oreille, and nesting areas for bald eagles. It runs past a marina and cuts between the city’s downtown and its popular beach.
Pacific International Grout Company successfully placed 11,856 cubic yards of low density cellular concrete on this project for Parsons RCI, Inc.