Progress continues on the 911th Air Reserve Base project. Things are looking good from the clouds!
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Ben Roethlisberger stopped by our Atlantic Aviation job today and took time to snap a picture with Golden Triangle’s crew.
Two Pittsburgh Sports Legends have now signed our excavator. Big Ben and Sidney Crosby side by side!
Golden Triangle Construction crews worked diligently repairing a section of Route 30 in East Pittsburgh that collapsed during a landslide last month. Today is the day! The road has re-opened to traffic 3 days ahead of schedule. Take a look at that before and after shot. #GTProud
Golden Triangle Superintendent Dan Bubenheim received the Nova Safety Awareness Award for his outstanding efforts in meeting/exceeding the 911th Airwing Project’s safety initiative. Leading by example, Dan has demonstrated that he is willing to place safety first; driving GTC’s safety culture forward.
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ACPA recognized Golden Triangle Construction in Austin, Texas where representatives from our Company received the National Award for Excellence in Concrete Pavement in recognition of Outstanding Design and Construction for PennDOT SR 50 Millers Run – Allegheny County (Overlays – Highway). South Fayette Township, Pennsylvania.
Representatives pictured accepting the award starting from back row, left to right are:
John Becker, ACPA Pennsylvania
Golden Triangle Representatives:
David Sciullo, P.E., Vice-President of Construction
Joey Fischer, Concrete Paving Superintendent
Anthony Pastin, Project Manager
Drew Niederriter, Project Manager
Dominic Lagana, Project Foreman
Russ Hunter, Project Foreman
Charles Niederriter, Chief Operating Officer
Ryan Hunter, Project Foreman
Not pictured: David Thomas, Concrete Technician
Slag Cement Association 2015 Project of the Year Awards:
I-79/I-70 South Junction
The I-79/I-70 South Junction Interchange Improvement Project in South Strabane Township, Washington County, PA, eliminated a severely curved connector ramp and replaced it with a large nine-span flyover bridge and new ramp system. The existing curved ramp had been the site of numerous accidents.
Golden Triangle Construction 2014 Safety Award Winner from AGC
“The 2013 Concrete Quality Excellence Award, less than $20 million goes to Golden Triangle Construction Company, Imperial PA, for their Charles Town Route 9 Bypass, Charles Town in Jefferson County,” Snyder said. “The $13.2 million project involved approximately 3 miles of four lane of cement concrete paving with shoulders. The project used an accelerated schedule of five, 10-hour shifts to six, 10-hours shifts in order to keep schedule. “
The project also used stringless technology and the subbase and the cement treated permeable base was placed using an ABG Hi-Density Paver. This provided 90-95 percent compaction prior to placing a smooth drum roller to compact the material. The roll down to achieve the proper compaction was minimized, causing the grade to be much more accurate. The notice to proceed was given February 4, 2012. The September 30 completion date was moved to November 14 due to a weather delay from Hurricane Sandy. CAWV material suppliers include Aggregate Industries and Essroc.
Roller Compacted Concrete offers tremendous opportunity for our industry. It may be used in commercial, industrial or street and local road applications. Before it can be used in the latter market, industry must be sure that PennDot will accept it as a paving alternative. Golden Triangle Consruction has been working very hard toward that goal, and they’ve placed RCC at some of their plants for material storage.
The company recently has the opportunity to work with PennDot District 11, paving a section of road shoulder on State Route 910. Working in conjunction with the department’s ETI division, a change order was processed to allow the placement of RCC directly over the existing asphalt shoulder. The RCC placement was 10 feet wide and 1,817 feet long.
Produced in a central mix plant 20 miles from the site, Tri-axle dump trucks delivered 10 yard quantities of the material to the jobsite. Placement of the RCC was facilitated with a high density paving machine that produced 98 percent compaction directly out of the paver and before roller compaction. Compaction is seen as a key element in the placement of quality RCC. Following installation, the material was sprayed with white pigmented curing compound to ensure proper curing.
Because PennDot is using the project for research, they will revisit the site periodically for the next three years for inspections. Industry will continue to work with the department on this technology in the hopes of accelerating the decision making process.