Thursday, March 18, 2010

IQ Volume 2 Issue 1

Did you know that Garver is working on a project that has been nicknamed “the most complex stimulus project in the whole country?” You can read about it and more in Garver’s IQ newsletter. In this issue, you’ll read about:

The Interstate 244 Inner Dispersal Loop in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This $70 million project includes pavement reconstruction and bridge rehabilitation and redecking on a major city interstate. Rep. James Oberstar, U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman, called it the most complex stimulus project and said it was “extraordinarily well conceived, carried out, and implemented in record time.”

A new airfield pavement maintenance program. A statewide general aviation airport project aims to maximize the lifespan of asphalt pavements by developing a rotational maintenance schedule for 75 airports.

The completion of a 16-year highway improvement project. Highway 65 in northwest Arkansas, a high-priority corridor, now carries traffic on 18 miles of realigned roadway.

Why experienced bridge inspectors and structural engineers are needed to evaluate and rehabilitate our nation’s aging bridges.

Watch your mailbox for IQ (Volume 2, Issue 1) or read it online along with past issues at


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