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June 2004 - Construction Update
The following is a photo tour of construction on the Baker to Wardensville sections of the Corridor H project. Keep checking the web site for future construction updates.

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Looking west onto Kanawha Stones Company's 02 project. The concrete deck is complete in both the east and westbound lanes. National Engineering, a subcontractor to Kanawha Stone Company, is seen constructing the forms that will used to shape the concrete parapet walls of the bridge. West Virginia Paving, a subcontractor to Kanawha Stone Company, is seen placing scratch course in the eastbound lanes. The blue truck dumps material into the material handler. The material handler continuously mixes the material to keep it from separating. This material flows into the paver that spreads the material on the road surface.


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Another view of the paving process. The roller machine is seen compacting the asphalt. Looking onto C.J. Mahan's Lost River 2 bridge from abutment 1 of the bridge.


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Looking west from Pier 3 toward Piers 2 and 1 on C.J. Mahan's Lost River 2 bridge project. A view of abutment 2 on C.J. Mahan's Lost River 2 project. Workers are seen backfilling the westbound abutment.


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Looking east from Polino Contracting Inc.'s 06 project to Sauerkraut Run Bridge. National Engineering, a subcontractor to Polino Contracting Inc., is completing the work on the bridge. APAC, a subcontractor to Kanawha Stone Company, is seen putting down a second layer of asphalt base on one of the eastbound lanes on Kanawha Stone Company's 08 project.


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Another view of APAC working on the Kanawha Stone 08 project. The contractor is seen here using an asphalt-spreading machine to apply the second layer of asphalt. A view from the ground level of the structural steel girders set on Lost River 3, Bridge 4276. The contractor's next steps are to finish setting the remaining girders and then to place the metal stay-in-place deck forms in preparation of pouring the concrete deck bridge.


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