Townsend-Winona Pavement Project

What's New... 


5/11/17: The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT)-managed Townsend-Winona Pavement Project has been completed.
  

Project Overview


The Townsend-Winona Pavement Projects were necessary to improve and extend the service life of the deteriorated stretch of Townsend-Winona Road between Rio Rancho Road and Interstate 40 (I-40). The projects included a mill and overlay of more than six miles of roadway as well as widened multimodal lanes, roadside drainage improvements, installation of new guardrails and school-bus pullouts and the restriping of the roadway.
 

ADOT-Managed Project: Leupp to I-40 Construction 


Start Date:                October 2016
Completion:              May 2017 
Status:                      Completed 
Project Engineer:      Parsons Brinckerhoff
Project Contractor:   C and E Paving & Grading
Est. Const. Cost:      $2.2 Million
Funding Source:       Proposition 403


Project Features:


* Pavement Rehabilitation
* Widened Multimodal Lanes
* Guardrail Replacement and New Guardrails
* Roadway Restriping 
  

County-Managed Project: Rio Rancho to Leupp 


 
Construction Start Date: Mid-May 2016
Completion: Mid-August 2016
Status: Project Completed
Project Engineer: Woodson Engineering & Surveying, Inc.
Project Contractor: Fann Contracting, Inc.
Estimated Construction Cost: $3.3 Million
Funding Source: Proposition 403 


Project Features:


* Pavement Rehabilitation
* Widened Multimodal Lanes
* Roadside Drainage Improvements
* New School-Bus Pullouts
* Guardrail Replacement and New Guardrails
* Roadway Restriping
* Drainage Enhancements at the intersections of Townsend-Winona Road and Lumberjack Boulevard, Cosnino Road & Leupp Road