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In the spring of 2010, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) initiated work on the I-15 Corridor Expansion (CORE) Project. The $1.1 billion project would improve interchanges and bridges in Utah County to ease traffic congestion and improve commuter safety. The 24-mile stretch of I-15 from Lehi to Spanish Fork was scheduled to be under construction through the end of 2014. With seven new interchanges, four modified interchanges, and 63 bridges to be restored or rebuilt, the I-15 CORE Project was easily UDOT's largest and most ambitious transportation project to date.
Working congruently with UDOT, HDR, and the Provo River Constructors team, CRS Engineers provided vital civil engineering services to ensure a smooth construction process in order to make the deadline. CRS Engineers' primary responsibility was to coordinate and relocate utilities along the 24-mile stretch of Utah County Interstate. This meant the relocation of more than 25 water and sewer utilities associated with the I-15 CORE design. CRS' civil engineering team worked with the cities and special districts along the stretch of I-15 in Utah County to include 54 separate utility packages, all of which needed to meet not only UDOT's standards, but the standards of each city and district as well. The numerous utility relocations were necessary for the two new lanes in the I-15 CORE design in both the northbound and southbound directions.
When completed in December 2012, two years ahead of schedule and $260 million under-budget, the I-15 CORE project became the fastest billion-dollar public highway project ever built in the United States. The civil engineering team at CRS Engineers played an integral part in what would become America’s Transportation Awards grand prize project in 2013, awarded by American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO), AAA, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.