The Mountain West Division specializes in bridge, highway, transit and rail structures. Based out of Golden, Colorado, the Mountain West team has full support of our corporate resources and equipment inventory. Our team is impressed with Colorado’s efforts to maintain the quality of the region’s transportation systems and its innovation in project delivery. We are excited to be an active part of Colorado’s construction community and to contribute to transportation system improvements.
Hamilton worked with the City and CDOT to complete the project on time and under budget. Hamilton was also able to incorporate owner requested change orders into the work schedule. I would like to express my confidence in Hamilton and our desire to work with them in the future.
JOLIETTE WOODSON, PE, Project Manager, City of Louisville
Start Date: August 2014 / End Date: June 2016
Hamilton Construction teamed with Wilson & Company to design and build a grade separation for SH 92 over the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) 15 miles east of Delta, CO. The project involved design and construction of 1.6 miles of new highway including a new 560-foot-long bridge over the UPRR. The bridge is four spans of 63-inch prestressed girders, precast deck panels, a cast-in-place deck, drilled shaft interior bents, and H-pile end bents. The project scope also includes 11,000 square feet of MSE walls, 180,000 cubic yards of roadway embankment/excavation, asphalt paving, and a reinforced concrete box culvert. Our team worked closely with the owner, the UPRR, and the local irrigation and utility districts to make sure all of the appropriate permits were in place and did not impact the project completion.