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  • Location: Crosstrail Boulevard; Sycolin Rd to Claudia Dr. Loudoun County, Virginia

  • Client: Loudoun County, VA

Project Description

This project was to construct four (4) lanes of approximately 4100 linear feet (LF) on new alignment to tie to a segment that is was under construction. The Project also produced approximately 1350 LF of widening along Sycolin Road which accommodated turn lanes for Crosstrail Boulevard. The scope of this project included: rock excavation, pavement, curb and gutter, storm sewer, conversion of an existing sediment basin to a permanent Storm Water Management (SWM) pond, erosion and sediment control, maintenance of traffic, signage and pavement markings, signalization, intersection lighting, and retaining wall construction. Approximately 800 LF of 8" waterline relocation was added to the contract. In addition, two residential parcels and their associated structures being demolished and cleared.

Project Significance

This project entailed a completely new road to be constructed which required full cooperation with all applicable permits and other regulations, including environmental control and compliance with wetlands permits, grading permits and all other applicable environmental permits. The majority of FMCC’s work was within or near the well-developed city limits of DC, meaning most job opportunities involved rehabilitation, redevelopment, or site improvements. This project was an example of FMCC’s team working on undeveloped land and constructing an entirely new road.

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