5.5

miles of roadway

1.3M

cubic yards of unclassified excavation

117.8k

square yards of Portland cement concrete paving

1

month ahead of schedule

Morgan Corp. served as the Prime Contractor for construction of this four-lane divided parkway between US Highway 29 and US Highway 101 in Spartanburg County, SC. The project provides for improved access to the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport area while helping alleviate congestion on I-85. The total project length was over 5.5 miles of roadway.

The scope of this project included the construction of a reinforced concrete structural steel girder (dual bridge over SC Highway 290); reinforced concrete type IV pre-stressed beams (dual bridges over Norfolk Southern and CSX Railroads, and the South Tyger River); and median barriers. Grading included 1.3 million cubic yards of unclassified excavation; 688,000 cubic yards of rock excavation; and 388,000 cubic yards of offsite borrow. Our workers installed 11,800 linear feet of storm drain piping and structures, as well as three major precast box culverts. 20,000 tons of asphalt paving was placed, as well as 40,000 tons of stone base and 117,800 square yards of Portland cement concrete paving.

Of Note

Morgan Corp. was able to complete this project over a month ahead of schedule.