Highway & Street Projects Completed
OR 126 Walker Creek
This ODOT project near Eugene, Oregon involves the addition of a 1 mile passing lane along a very busy potion of Highway OR126. It involves placement of 15,000 CY of stone embankment, drainage improvements including a new box culvert under the roadway, as well as an entirely new roadway.
US 101 Hooskanaden Slide Repair Project
Suulutaaq, Inc. recently completed a large slide repair project along Oregon’s Coast in Gold Beach, Oregon. The project consisted of nearly a mile long project that over a ¼ mile of the road and fell down nearly 100’. The project consisted of rebuilding the large section of failed highway and then fixing all of the drainage above the project. There were approximately 50,000 cubic yards of material removed from the site and nearly 20,000 CY of rock brought in to fix the road.
Major Scope Items:
- Fill nearly 20,000 CY of stone embankement and geo-grid to get highway back to original grade
- Nearly 50,000 CY of dirt removed from draianages above failed roadway.
- Consinuously allow for Traffic to move through the work zone 24/7.
- Coordination of multiple other contractors in the area to help them accomplish their goals.
Harley Slide Repair
Suulutaaq, Inc. completed this emergency repair for ODOT. The project involved excavation of 10,000 CY of material below the roadbed down to bedrock, then rebuilding the surface back to finished pavement. The project was completed within a very tight schedule ahead of time to minimize disturbance to the communities affected by the road closure.
Landslide Repair MP 16.2
This small slide repair involved repairing the roadway with stone embankment and drainage improvements.
Major Scope Items:
- Remove 20,000 Hazard Trees
- Control traffic with 6 different work zone in a 40-mile stretch.
- Remove 3,000 previously feel trees
Curry County Cedar Creek Culvert Project
In July 2020, Suulutaaq Inc was contracted to install a new 25’ x 150 arch culvert for the Curry County Road Department. This project was located 10 miles Northeast of Gold Beach. The project required the use of shoring, temporary bridges, temporary water management plans.
Suulutaaq, Inc. completed the project on time and was able to design a temporary shoring system that allowed the project to be completed in one phase.