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Route 7 Widening and Rehabilitation
“Pardon Our Dust” Informational Meeting
Michael Gleasman, P.E.
Area Engineer, NOVA Dis...
• Welcome
• Display stations
• Project team
• Background
• Milestones
• Project overview
• Phase 1 construction
• Question...
Display Stations
• Display 1 – Project overview
• Display 2 – NW quadrant underpass
• Display 3 – NE quadrant overpass
• D...
Project Team
Owner
Virginia Department of Transportation
Contractor
Wagman Heavy Civil Inc.
Designer
Rinker Design Associa...
Project Contacts
Virginia Department of Transportation
• Michael Gleasman – Area Construction Engineer
• Andy Hetzer – Con...
Background
• Fairfax County DOT has been involved throughout the
project development
• Project is part of the Fairfax Coun...
Scope and Project Description
• Route 7 has an annual average daily traffic (AADT) of
60,000 per day.
• The DTR has AADT 6...
Traffic Impacts During Construction
Route 7
• Will maintain two through lanes and one exit lane
throughout the project
• D...
Dulles Toll Road
• Phase 1
• Lanes remain in the current configuration with right
shoulders removed
• Daily off-peak lane ...
Major Milestones
Start Construction March 2016
Erect Girders Phase 1 Summer 2016
Switch Traffic to Phase 2 Fall 2016
Erect...
Project Overview
Bridge Phasing
Bridge Phasing
Phase 1 Maintenance of Traffic (MOT)
Temporary Ramp H/I
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Pardon Our Dust meeting, March 9, 2016

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Presentation from the March 9, 2016 Pardon Our Dust meeting at Colvin Run Elementary School in Vienna, VA.

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Pardon Our Dust meeting, March 9, 2016

  1. 1. Route 7 Widening and Rehabilitation “Pardon Our Dust” Informational Meeting Michael Gleasman, P.E. Area Engineer, NOVA District Greg Andricos, P.E. Design Build Project Manager, Wagman Heavy Civil Inc. Darell Fischer, P.E., DBIA Design Manager, Rinker Design Associates March 09, 2016
  2. 2. • Welcome • Display stations • Project team • Background • Milestones • Project overview • Phase 1 construction • Questions and answers Agenda
  3. 3. Display Stations • Display 1 – Project overview • Display 2 – NW quadrant underpass • Display 3 – NE quadrant overpass • Display 4 – SE quadrant overpass • Questions and answers can be asked at individual display stations.
  4. 4. Project Team Owner Virginia Department of Transportation Contractor Wagman Heavy Civil Inc. Designer Rinker Design Associates
  5. 5. Project Contacts Virginia Department of Transportation • Michael Gleasman – Area Construction Engineer • Andy Hetzer – Construction Manager Design Builder • Greg Andricos – Design Build Project Manager • Darell Fischer – Design Manager • Dave Leber – Construction Manager • Vince Yuskoski – Project Superintendent
  6. 6. Background • Fairfax County DOT has been involved throughout the project development • Project is part of the Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan • Agreement for funding and administration between Northern Virginia Transportation Authority and Virginia Department of Transportation (#955-10441) • Ongoing coordination with Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
  7. 7. Scope and Project Description • Route 7 has an annual average daily traffic (AADT) of 60,000 per day. • The DTR has AADT 65,000 per day. • There is only one at-grade crossing for bicycles and pedestrians within the project limits. • Structures have aesthetic features. • Landscaping is included in the project. • Coordination with the future Route 7 widening project currently in design.
  8. 8. Traffic Impacts During Construction Route 7 • Will maintain two through lanes and one exit lane throughout the project • Daily off-peak lane closures Dulles International Airport Access Highway • Lanes remain the same location throughout the project with one available shoulder, except for temporary conditions. • Daily off peak lane closures
  9. 9. Dulles Toll Road • Phase 1 • Lanes remain in the current configuration with right shoulders removed • Daily off-peak lane closures • Phase 2 • Lanes will shift right with no shoulders in work zone • Daily off-peak lane closures Traffic Impacts During Construction
  10. 10. Major Milestones Start Construction March 2016 Erect Girders Phase 1 Summer 2016 Switch Traffic to Phase 2 Fall 2016 Erect Girders Phase 2 Winter 2016 Switch Traffic to Phase 3 Spring 2017 Erect Girders Phase 3 Summer 2017 Switch Traffic to Phase 4 Early Winter 2017 Project Complete Spring 2018
  11. 11. Project Overview
  12. 12. Bridge Phasing
  13. 13. Bridge Phasing
  14. 14. Phase 1 Maintenance of Traffic (MOT)
  15. 15. Temporary Ramp H/I

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