Davidson & Rutherford Co. White-Topping Removal

Davidson Co. PIN 131733.00 & Rutherford Co. PIN 131740.00

Review Dates:     September 21 - 22, 2022

Deadline to Submit Letter of Interest:     September 7, 2022

 

Letter of Interest - Davidson & Rutherford Co.'s - Constructability Review

Note: Participation in this review is voluntary, non-compensable, and will not prevent you from submitting a bid for the project.  Anything you choose to share will remain in confidence.  Any Contractor that is prequalified with TDOT's Construction Division may request participation by completing and submitting a Letter of Interest to Shawna Smith at Shawna.B.Smith@tn.gov.

 


Davidson County SR-45 (Old Hickory Blvd.) Intersection at SR-6 (Gallatin Pk.)

The purpose of this project is to remove the concrete surface and underlying asphalt layer at the intersection of SR-45 (Old Hickory Blvd.) and SR-6 (US-31E, Gallatin Pk.) in Davidson County. The removal in most areas will be to a depth of 10”. A flexible pavement structure will then replace this. Existing curb and gutter will be replaced as needed. 

The primary challenges of the project are how construction will be phased and how traffic will be maintained during construction where lane closures will be necessary.

 

Project Inventory

Mainline Length 0.14 miles
Posted Speed 45 mph
Typical Section Mainline: Seven (7) 11-ft lanes with curb and gutter and sidewalks
Intersecting Roads SR-6 (US-31E, Gallatin Pike)
Traffic Signals SR-6 (US-31E, Gallatin Pike)
SR-45_2

Rutherford County SR-102 Intersection at Enon Springs Rd. and SR-266 Intersections as Weakley Ln. and SR-102 (Jefferson Pk.)

The purpose of this project is to remove the concrete surface and underlying asphalt layer at three intersections in Rutherford County.

  • SR-102, Intersection at Enon Springs Rd.
  • SR-266, Intersection at Weakley Ln.
  • SR-266, Intersection at SR-102 (Jefferson Pk.)

The depth of removal of existing pavement varies between intersections and ranges from 8” to 9.25”. A flexible pavement structure will then replace this.

The primary challenges of the project are how construction will be phased and how traffic will be maintained during construction where lane closures will be necessary.

 

Project Inventory

Mainline Length 0.26 miles
Posted Speed 45 mph
Typical Section Mainline: Five (5) 12-ft lanes with curb and gutter
Intersecting Roads Weakley Ln., Jefferson Pk., Enon Springs Rd.
Traffic Signals Weakley Ln., Jefferson Pk., Enon Springs Rd.
SR-102
SR-266

Challenges & Issues for Both Projects

  • Construction phasing while maintaining traffic
  • Lane closure times
  • Traffic volumes
  • Maintaining business access