Mountain View Corridor

RB&G provided geotechnical services for bridges, embankments, retaining walls and roadways for 16 miles of new highway located along the west side of the Salt Lake Valley constructed using the CM/GC delivery method. Design and engineering services included settlement and stability monitoring during construction, bridge foundation systems included driven H-piles and drilled shafts, support of design-build program management for segments of the corridor from 5400 South to California Avenue, and a connector road to the corridor extending from I-15 to Redwood Road in Utah County where driven pipe piles were used to support four new bridges and two-stage MSE walls used to accommodate large embankment settlements. Wick drains were utilized to mitigate up to 3 feet of consolidation settlement under large embankments constructed on highly compressible soils near the Jordan River. The project also included a geologic study of the new corridor system west of Salt Lake City and south to Lehi.

Location: Salt Lake and Utah Counties