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Sunrise Corridor

Clackamas County, Oregon

This project was for the Oregon Department of Transportation and 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 an existing bridge.

2nd Place DJC Transportation Project of the Year

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  • + 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 reconstruction of existing bridge
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  • + 40,600 cy of excavation
  • + 7,755 lf of storm drain, including 2 large underground  storm drainage detention systems
  • + 16,200 tons of aggregate base
  • + 27,525 tons of asphalt paving
  • + 5 new traffic signals
  • + 85 street lights
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Cornelius Pass Road

Washington County, Oregon

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.  

2017 APWA Transportation Project of the Year

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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. 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.

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  • + 300,000 cubic yards of excavation (including an undetermined amount of solid rock)
  • + New bridge over the railroad tracks for the Portland & Western
  • + 14,000 lf of 66” welded steel waterline
  • + 48,500 cy of aggregate base
  • + 65,000 tons of asphalt paving
  • + Soil nail and mechanically stabilized retaining walls
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