This $5.3 million Design/Bid/Build project was constructed at four separate locations all within the Tonto National Forest boundary near Payson, AZ. The project consisted of the removal of 4 separate low water crossings and replacing with the erection of two double span and 1 one single span prestressed box girder beam bridges and a multi barrel box culvert structure.
The project was a collaborative effort with the FHWA, U.S. Forest Service, Gila County, and ADOT. The project also included the erection of rockery walls, roadway realignment and profile grading, drilled shaft foundations, and drainage improvements. The purpose of and the need for this project was to provide safer conditions during winter travel and high flow conditions during monsoon seasons. Estimated completion of this project is Fall 2014.