W.W. Clyde & Co. Uses HeavyJob & HeavyBid on I-15 Interchange
The I-15 South Cedar Interchange project consisted of reconstructing Cross Hollow Road and reconfiguring the I-15 interchange to a Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI). The project was constructed to accommodate future travel needs and improve safety for the community. The DDI briefly channels traffic to the opposite side of the road to provide easier and safer access on and off the freeway. This configuration reduces the number of traffic signal phases, which allows traffic to proceed through the interchange more efficiently without increasing the number of lanes. Specific elements of the design and construction of this interchange — as produced in Cedar City — provide additional benefits to the community.
What makes it interesting?
This project provided several interesting challenges, but namely the requirement to completely reconfigure an interchange and surface streets while maintaining the movement and function of those roads and pedestrian crossings for the general public.
How HCSS Software assisted with this project
HeavyBid, HeavyJob and the HeavyJob Field mobile app were all used in this project. With the four rounds of estimating, we had to make several adjustments through the process as scope and approach were modified. During construction, HeavyJob took the mystery away from knowing how the project was doing.
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