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Yellow Creek Road Slope Stabilization

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An embankment failed on Yellow Creek Road, approximately 0.25 miles east of the Revere Road intersection. The roadway is compromised due to the landslide.The Summit County Engineer hired GPD Group to design a retaining wall system to fix the landslide. The stabilization system consists of 150 feet of sheet pile wall, drilled shafts, and tie backs across Yellow Creek Road.  The project also includes 200 linear feet of full depth pavement and 251 feet of resurfacing.  Drainage improvements, erosion control, and natural bank stabilization are used to enhance slope stability. 

Lockhart Concrete is the contractor on the $927,100.45 project. Construction work began in May and the contract completion date is 7/31/16. 

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 11 July 2016 12:54