Special to CCN On Feb. 10 and Feb. 13, the Colorado Department of Transportation will install bridge girders for the new Parker Road bridge over …
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Special to CCN
On Feb. 10 and Feb. 13, the Colorado Department of
Transportation will install bridge girders for the new Parker Road
bridge over Arapahoe Road. The work will require full closures of
Arapahoe Road at Parker Road each night from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. All
work is weather permitting.
“We have been trying to install the girders for several weeks
now, but snow and cold temperatures have prevented us from
completing the work,” said CDOT Project Engineer Ed Bullard. “If
weather conditions improve tomorrow through the weekend as
expected, we will be able to install all of the girders on Thursday
and Sunday nights.”
While the work is under way, the following detour routes will be
Eastbound Arapahoe Road Detour: Motorists on eastbound Arapahoe
Road will take a right onto Chambers Way and drive behind the
Cornerstar Mall to Parker Road.
Westbound Arapahoe Road Detour: Motorists on westbound Arapahoe
Road will take Lewiston Way north around Arapahoe Crossings mall to
the traffic signal at Parker Road.
Delays are expected each night and alternate routes are strongly
Hamon Constructors Inc. is the contractor for this $32 million
project, which should be complete by the end of November 2011.
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