The R3 Craig Residency Chip Seals project has won a Colorado Contractors Association (CCA) Project Management Award at this year’s Project Management Award Celebration.
The project consisted of 50 miles of chip sealing, guard and bridge rail, and epoxy pavement marking on SH 125, SH 127, and SH 134 in Northwest Colorado. The project, on which Oldcastle Materials served as prime contractor, had a completion date of October 12, 2015. Construction began on June 23, 2015 and the project was accepted on September 2, 2015, 40 days ahead of schedule.
There were zero complaints, accidents, or broken windshields reported on this project. The Circuit Media PI team, represented by Ali Manor, succeeded in maintaining accurate and timely communication with the Superintendent, Project Manager and other invested stakeholders despite the challenges that accompany such remote work locations.
The Project Manager coordinated closely with the organizer of the Tour De Steamboat Cycling event that was scheduled to come through the work zone on SH 134 on July 18, 2015.
The team received numerous verbal and written compliments from the Tour De Steamboat organizer, cyclists, traveling public, Colorado State Patrol, and CDOT and Wyoming Maintenance Departments. They praised the timeliness of the work, quality of the finished roadway, and the professionalism, cooperation, and courteous attitudes of Oldcastle’s crew, their subcontractors, CDOT and Consultant personnel.
Congrats to the team for a job well done!