Other Key Projects
UDOT Design Build I-80; 2 Bridges near Echo Junction
REDCON provided surveying services for two major design build bridges, built and installed using Accelerated Bridge Construction, the ABC method. REDCON completed the land surveys ahead of time, helping both structures be moved into place successfully ahead of UDOT’s schedule.
UDOT SR-77 Springville Interchange 400 South Design Build
REDCON provided surveying services for this interchange project: construction surveys for three major structures including 1 SPUI, mapping for four miles of road reconstruction and all utility surveying. REDCON was a subcontractor to Wadsworth Brothers Construction.
UDOT CGMC 500 South SR-68
REDCON provided all surveying services for the concrete paving along approximately 1.5 miles including all curb and gutter, walls and all as-builts.
UDOT SR 39 12th Street in Odgen
REDCON was responsible for land surveying services for the concrete paving along approximately 2.5 miles including curb and gutter, median curb, walls and all utility surveying.
UDOT SR-6 Milepost 200; 2 Bridges Replacement
REDCON provided surveying services including structural surveys for two major bridges and phased decking, construction surveying for two miles of road reconstruction and all utility surveying.
UDOT Design Build I-80; 2300 East 2 Bridges
REDCON provided surveying services for two major design build bridges, built and installed using Accelerated Bridge Construction, the ABC method. REDCON completed the surveys ahead of time, helping both structures be moved into place successfully ahead of UDOT’s schedule.
REDCON has completed working with Flatiron and CH2M Hill to provide topographic and engineering surveys on the Timpanogas Highway design build project which includes eight miles of concrete paving and six structures.
UTA Mid-Jordan Light Rail Transit Project PE/EIS
REDCON is providing complete control and complete right-of-way surveys for the new $200 million 10½ mile extension from the North-South mainline, located in the existing UPRR Bingham Branch R/W. The project includes eight stations, three highway bridges, and a bridge under the UPRR Provo Subdivision mainline.
SLC Intermodal HUB Connection to TRAX
REDCON has acted as a sub-consultant to Parsons Transportation Group, providing supplemental construction surveys for the final design.
The Sugarhouse Streetcar project, currently under construction, is 2-mile long streetcar line in existing UTA right-of-way that will connect to the existing TRAX light rail. REDCON has provided part of the mapping, including 3D laser scanning, and all of the construction surveying services for this project.
The project is slated to service South Salt Lake, Salt Lake City and the Sugarhouse area. With 3,000 riders planned daily, the cities hope is to stimulate business, commercial and retail development.
Salt Lake International Airport De-icing Pad Runway 34L
REDCON is the project surveyor for the Salt Lake International Airport De-icing Pad Runway 34L project. This project includes the surveying of new aircraft deicing facilities at the runway ends.
End of runway deicing facilities will include new Portland Cement concrete paving, glycol collection systems, airfield lighting, glycol storage facilities, fuel storage facilities, deicing operations control facilities and other support facilities for deicing personnel.
Airport TRAX line
REDCON is currently serving as the project land surveyor for the Airport TRAX Line, a six-mile light rail line built to connect the TRAX system from the existing Arena Station at 400 West South Temple to North Temple and the Salt Lake City International Airport.
It will provide a direct transfer from its 500 West Station on top of the newly renovated North Temple Viaduct to FrontRunner commuter rail, eventually connecting all commuters from Ogden to Provo.
REDCON also provided the construction staking for the 500-foot span bridge over the North Temple Viaduct, which hosts traffic, pedestrians and light rail.
Murdock Canal Trail
In October 2010 REDCON was an integral part of a massive project undertaken to enclose the 21-mile Provo Reservoir Canal in Utah County by surveying the length of the canal.
Benefits of the enclosure included increased safety for residents along the canal, redundancy for existing water delivery systems, improved water quality and reduced seepage and evaporation.
An additional benefit was discovered as the canal construction created a perfect corridor for a 17-mile addition to Utah County’s existing trail system. The paved trail, known as the Murdock Canal Trail, will extend from 800 North in Orem to SR-92 in Lehi and will pass through seven Utah County cities, including American Fork, Cedar Hills, Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Orem and Pleasant Grove.
Future expansions will eventually connect the trail to the Jordan River Parkway as well as the Provo River Trail. It will be available for year-round walking, jogging, equestrian use, cycling and skateboarding. REDCON is providing the land survey mapping in aid of the design for the trail and the structures associated with construction as well as staking for the complete project. Construction is expected to be complete in the spring of 2013.
Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure
The Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure, also known as the Murdock Canal, carries water from the mouth of Provo Canyon to the Point of the Mountain.
REDCON surveyed the entire 21-mile canal length as the Project Land Surveyor. The canal is one of the main water delivery arteries to the Wasatch Front and is the largest canal in Utah County.
REDCON was hired by Provo River Water Users Association, a non-profit corporation responsible for operating the canal, and is working alongside Central Utah Water Conservancy District, Jordan Valley Water District, Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake & Sandy, the state of Utah and other organizations to enclose the canal.
The Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure Project is nearing completion. Water is currently flowing within the 133” diameter pipe and construction of the $150 million project will be completed by spring 2013.