Pontotoc County, Mississippi – Highway 6

This project consisted of the construction of a new bridge including over 3.4 million CY of excavation to construct a new section of Highway 6. Lines of reinforced concrete pipe up to 60″ in diameter were installed. 600 acres of Clear and Grubb, 2,270,425 cubic yards (CY) of Unclassified Excavation (Onsite), 805,064 CY of Borrow Excavation (Contractor Furnished), 833,519 CY of Excess Excavation (Spoil), 14,305 linear feet of Storm Drainage

Prentiss County, Mississippi – Highway 30, Booneville Bypass

This project consists of all aspects of road building from clearing to final paving, including: 3 bridge structures, 9,200 CY of concrete box culvert construction, 636 acres of clearing and grubbing, 3,515,953 CY of unclassified material, hauling in 2,029,171 CY of borrow material, spreading of approximately 76,650 tons of crushed limestone base, placement of 23,000 tons of hot mix asphalt, 12,500 tons of 300# rip rap, and laying of over 18,100 LF of storm drain piping (sizes 18″ – 72″).

Morehouse Parish, Louisiana – Highway 425

Eutaw provided services that widened U.S. Highway 425 from two lanes to four lanes at Log Cabin, LA to the Arkansas state line. This project involved clearing and grubbing the highway corridor, moving approximately 494,000 CY of unclassified material, laying over 11,380 LF of storm drain piping (sizes 15″ to 54″), spreading approximately 74,126 tons of stone base course, and placing approximately 62,500 tons of hot mix asphalt.

Shreveport, Louisiana – McCain Creek Bridge

The project consists of the demolition of two existing span bridges on I-220 in Shreveport, LA then replacing with a 15’x15’x420′ quadruple barrel box culvert. The box construction used over 9,000 CY of concrete and 80,000 CY of embankment material. Each quadrant of the box was constructed individually by using a cofferdam/dewatering system. Also, approximately 700 feet of drainage pipe (between 36″ and 72″) was installed. Once the embankment was completed, the soils were treated with soil cement and covered with 12″ of concrete pavement. Additional striping and guardrails were installed in each phase of the box construction, along with the use of both temporary and permanent erosion control measures.