• Sunrise Corridor
    Sunrise Corridor
  • Sunrise Corridor
    Sunrise Corridor
    Sunrise Corridor, Clackamas County, Oregon. This project was for the Oregon Department of Transportation. The project greatly reduced congestion on the OR 212/224 corridor with two miles of new highway from I-205 to the intersection of OR 212 and 122nd.  Included in the scope of work was over 300,000 cubic yards of general embankment, 200,000 cubic yards of stone embankment, 26,000 feet of new storm pipe, 18 retaining walls, 4 bridges, and the reconstruction of the existing bridge where 82nd Ave goes over I205. Construction began in July 2013 and the new roadway was open to traffic in June 2016.
  • Cornelius Pass Road
    Cornelius Pass Road
  • Cornelius Pass Road
    Cornelius Pass Road
    Cornelius Pass Road, Washington County, Oregon, Cornelius Pass Road: Hwy 26 to Cornell Road Hillsboro, Oregon. Cornelius Pass Road is main artery for north-south traffic for high volume of both commercial and industrial areas.  The road was in need of widening to improve the flow around the area and on and off of Hwy 26.  It took the existing road from 4 lanes to 6 lanes and added additional turn lanes to add more movement.  In addition a multiple use path was added to the east side of the project for bikes and pedestrian traffic, providing them with a safer route.  2 underground storm drainage detention systems by Stormtech which were the first installed on a public roadway project. Key items of work on this project included  40600 CY of Excavation, 7756 LF of storm pipes, 16,200 Tons of Aggregate base, 27,527 Tons of HMAC, 5 new traffic signals, 59,800 SF of Concrete Sidewalks, 62,000 LF of Striping, 2 underground detention drainage facilities, 6 storm drainage filtration vaults, 85 new street lights
  • 124th Avenue Extension
    124th Avenue Extension
  • 124th Avenue Extension
    124th Avenue Extension
    124th Avenue Extension, Washington County, Oregon. This project is for Washington County. The project consists of a new roadway that connects North Wilsonville to Tualatin, beginning at Grahams Ferry Road and tying into Tualatin Sherwood Road. Included in the scope of the project is over 300,000 cubic yards of excavation (including an undetermined amount of solid rock), a bridge, 14,000 feet of storm pipe, and 14,000 feet of large diameter (66”) water line. Kerr Contractors is utilizing our recycling capabilities to incorporate massive volumes of rock into the roadway section, trench backfill, and general embankment.   It is estimated that our recycling abilities will result in over 100,000 cubic yards of material being diverted from landfills and incorporated into the finished project. Construction began in March 2015 and is scheduled to complete in September 2018.
  • 253rd Avenue Improvements
    253rd Avenue Improvements
  • 253rd Avenue Improvements
    253rd Avenue Improvements
    253rd Avenue Improvements, Hillsboro, Oregon. This project consisted of improving an existing single lane dead end gravel road into 1 mile of full city street which runs from Evergreen Road to Meek Road.  This will allow for future development of the area into the North Industrial zone.  The project consisted of install 2 Precast Concrete Arch Culverts.  Installing a storm system which consisted of 5,200 Feet of storm pipe, ranging from 10 in to 30 in diameter, and 3 water quality ponds.  In addition the new road was installed with concrete surfacing of 14,600 SY of 9 in thick dowelled concrete pavement.
  • I-84: Jordan Road to Multnomah Falls
    I-84: Jordan Road to Multnomah Falls
  • I-84: Jordan Road to Multnomah Falls
    I-84: Jordan Road to Multnomah Falls
    I-84: Jordan Road to Multnomah Falls, Multnomah County, Oregon. The scope of work included milling and HMAC overlay of approximately 14 miles of I-84 East and West bound between Exit 18 (Jordan Road) and Exit 31 (Multnomah Falls), as well as repaving the Multnomah Falls parking lot and retrofitting thirteen concrete pedestrian ramps at the parking lot. The I-84 project was one of the three ODOT pilot projects in 2016 implementing the use of Intelligent Compaction as well as Thermal Imaging. Work started in June 2016 and is expected to end by December 2016. Over the course of the paving season, Kerr undertook about 600,000 square yards of cold plane pavement removal, and put down approximately 100,000 tons of asphalt.
  • I-5-SR502 Interchange
    I-5-SR502 Interchange
  • I-5-SR502 Interchange
    I-5-SR502 Interchange
    I-5/SR502 Interchange, Clark County, Washington. A much needed east west connection between I-5 and SR502 to Battle Ground. Work included clearing and grubbing 81 acres, 200,000 cubic yards of roadway excavation and embankment, 180,000 cubic yards of wetland excavation and creation of a new 40 acre wetland, 15,000 lineal feet of storm drain, a new precast beam bridge over I-5 including drilled shafts foundations, a soil nail retaining walls, 85,000 tons of aggregate road base, 50,000 tons of asphalt paving and 5,000 ft of concrete barrier. Work began in 2006 and was completed by 2009.

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