The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) announces that contractor United Companies has completed resurfacing a seven-mile section of Colorado Highway 133, from the summit of McClure Pass to about one mile south of the Town of Redstone.
The project utilized Hot-In-place Recycling (HIR), an innovative and efficient process that repairs and rehabilitates deteriorated highways with specialized equipment.
The Colorado Department of Transportation began a project on Colorado Highway 133 on the south side of McClure Pass on Monday, May 20, with anticipated completion in mid-October, weather permitting. The work, contracted to Anderson Drilling for $1.3 million, will reinforce a rock slip (fault) area between mile points (MP) 40.54 and 40.61, about five miles south of the Marble turnoff.
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