Fairfield Ecological Project Completed Ten Months Ahead of Schedule

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

The Fairfield Ecological Industrial Park project in Baltimore City began in April 2011 with 600 calendar days to complete. This project for Baltimore City and the Maryland State Highway Administration consists of four main deteriorated roadways that are utilized by hundreds tractor trailers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

All roadways required complete rehabilitation including excavating over 30,000 cubic yards of asphalt, concrete curb, and sidewalk. Crews also placed over 15,000 cubic yards of Flanigan’s SHA approved Recycled Concrete-Graded Aggregate Base (RC-GAB) and approximately 18,000 tons of asphalt. RC-GAB is a stone base material that is made with 100% recycled concrete.

Accommodating tractor trailers through lane closures posed additional challenges to the project, and ensuring the safety of the industrial community and Flanigan employees was always at the forefront.

This project was completed in December 2011, approximately ten months ahead of schedule.

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