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Bloom provided construction management services for this $23.6 million highly complex project that involved many different facilities close to the Verona Road interchange. he Seminole Highway bridge clearance over USH 12 was raised 12 inches while being completely reconstructed. Work included 4 retaining walls (2 anchor walls, 2 post and panel), noise wall, new abutments, new girders and new super structure. This project also required close coordination with Wisconsin Department of Transportation, City of Madison Engineering, City of Fitchburg, City of Madison Water and Wastewater Utilities, MG&E, AT&T, Madison Metro and Emergency Services. The project had numerous LCS entries and was sensitive to an ADT of 140,000 cars, bike/pedestrian traffic, local businesses and multiple Madison events (Ex. Badger Football home games and World Dairy Expo).
Other features of this highly complex project included improvements to 8 surrounding intersections, Mainline USH 12 widening, Steel Truss Bike/Pedestrian bridge over McKee road with concrete pillars and abutments, two detention basins, open cut trench storm sewer across the Beltline, pipe jacking, four temporary sheeting walls, three post-panel noise walls, four MSE retaining walls, one sheetpile retaining wall, six sign structures, over one hundred storm sewer and culvert pipe structures, sand and trash collector structure, temporary widening of Southbound Verona Road, night work including lane closures and rolling stops, concrete pavement, asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, clearing and grubbing, ITS, water and sewer main work, and beam guard.