The Impetus’ Infrastructure team transformed a potholed, poorly draining street into a smooth and safe roadway.
The overall project encompassed removing 170,000-square-feet of the existing composite roadway and replacing it with an asphalt roadway.
To begin the reconstruction work, the team first removed 27,000-cubic-yards of excavation. Next, over 4,500-linear-feet of new waterlines, 8,900-linear-feet of storm drainage, and
3,500-linear-feet of sanitary sewer was installed. To rebuild the roadway, 12,000-tons of limestone and 14,000-cubic-yards of sand were installed and then topped with 7,500-tons of asphalt cement concrete paving and 3 miles of pavement striping.
LADOTD and City of New Orleans
Design Engineering, Inc.
Infrastructure, Self-Perform Water, Sewer, and Drainage, and Concrete Site Work
New Orleans, LA
Completed in 2021