Q Street Flood Damage Repairs

During March 2019 our community experienced historic and devastating flooding.  Almost all roads leading into and out of Valley were compromised and several are still closed at the time of this post.  On March 22nd Valley Corporation was chosen to repair two segments of the Q street corridor.  We are pleased to announce that we have completed work and the road is now back open to the public.  Details of the projects and our drone footage can be seen below.

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245th Street Bank Stabilization:

Owner: Douglas County

Project Manager: Jeff Grady

Site Superintendent: Kevin Hartman

Project awarded on 3/22/2019

Work began 3/25/19

Opened to Public again on 5/15/19

 

Subs who helped: Commercial Seeding, Midwest Guardrail

 

Remove and Reset 550 LF Guardrail

Install additional 200 LF guardrail

Removed 25 Large Trees

Hauled in and placed 8550 CY of Soil for Embankment

Hauled in and placed 9,495 Tons of Rip Rap

Hauled in and placed 700 CY of Sand

Hauled in and placed 1150 CY of Topsoil

Installed 30 LF of 30” Corrugated Metal Pipe

1.42 Acres of Seeding/Matting

Installed 740 LF of Straw Wattles

Traffic Control

 

Q Street West of Elkhorn River Bridge to Approx 261st Street:

Owner: Douglas County

Project Manager: Jeff Grady

Site Superintendent: Dave Almery

Project Awarded 4/11/2019

Work began 4/16/19

Opened to Public again on 5/15/19

 

Subs who Helped: Commercial Seeding, Constructors, National Concrete Cutting

 

3365 LF of full depth saw cutting of 12” Asphalt

Remove and dispose of 5950 SY 12” Asphalt

Remove and dispose of 150 SY 7” Concrete Paving

Remove and dispose of 45 LF of 24” Corrugated Metal Pipe

Remove and dispose of 2 Headwalls

Construct  45 LF of 24” Corrugated Metal Pipe

Construct 2 Cast in Place Concrete Headwalls

Hauled in and placed 8805 CY of Soil for Embankment

7625 SY of Subgrade Prep (before asphalt placed)

7625 SY of 12” Asphalt Placed

47.5 Stations of Shouldering

200 Tons of Aggregate Surfacing for Roadway and Temporary Access Drives

Delivered 2100 Tons of Asphalt grindings to Douglas County

17,785 SY of Seeding and Matting

Traffic Control