Crosstown Rolling Acres is a multi-phase residential subdivision along Highway 65 in Ham Lake, Minnesota. Park Construction provided heavy earth moving services for new roadways, lots, and connections to the highway.
This project is a reconstruction of TH 12 and County Road 90 in Independence, Minnesota. The old intersection had challenging sight lines for entering cars, which contributed to a higher-than-average crash rate. The new intersection will feature a roundabout that will greatly reduce severe crashes and make it easier for traffic to turn onto and from Co. Rd. 90.
This project includes a 1.5 mile reconstruction of TH 12 from Co. Rd. 6 to Baker Park Rd. in Maple Plain, Minnesota.
The CSAH 34 Reconstruction project for Anoka County is located in Lino Lakes on Birch Street (CSAH 34) and is roughly one mile in length. It is a staged construction project with two main stages and two intermediate stages. The project consists of modifying the existing roadway from a rural section to an urban section. The new urban section will include a center median for a length of the project as well as two roundabouts. The project will consist of full depth reclamation, watermain/services, storm sewer, new ponds, new parking lot, and trail construction. All of this work is taking place in 2021 with the majority of it happening while school is out of session from June through August.
Park Construction Company paved the U.S. Bank Stadium floor prior to the placement of the turf. Most commonly associated with ensuring proper grading and paving of airport runways and highway projects, 3D control systems were used in the grading and paving process. Park Construction’s Caterpillar 160M motor grader and AP1055E paver were equipped with 3D…
The City of Devils Lake, ND needed to raise the earth embankments around the lake by 5 feet to account for an anticipated increase in lake levels. To protect the City, an integrated plan was then developed for a 8,500 SF pump station at East Ditch located behind the raised and relocated embankments. Park Construction provided construction services on this project.
Park Construction was awarded the Site work, Utilities, Asphalt Paving, and Building Demolition package for the Carver Elementary School additions and renovations project in Maplewood, MN. This project included the demolition of a 24,000 SF existing wing of an elementary school and the construction of two new additions, three new parking lots, a bus/parent drop-off loop, and a new playground area.
This project includes reconstruction and streetscape improvements on a one-mile segment of Brooklyn Boulevard (County Road 152) between Bass Lake Road (County Road 10) and Interstate I-94/694. The proposed street reconstruction and streetscape improvements will improve roadway safety, enhance traffic operations, reduce access points and provide improved bicycle and pedestrian facilities. The project will enhance bicycle and pedestrian travel by adding a trail, improving sidewalks, transit stops, adding streetscaping and landscaping, and improving the functionality of intersections with modified turn lanes and access control throughout the corridor.
As part of the Fargo Moorhead Diversion project, I-29 will be raised to allow a new diversion channel to pass under the highway. Park Construction will be working as a subcontractor completing the earthwork, aggregates, and utilities for this project. During the first year, Park Construction will construct a 3.3 mile; 4 lane temporary bypass for highway traffic. This will include hauling of all necessary materials to raise I-29 to stockpiles. Once the traffic has been switched to the temporary bypass, Park will begin removing the existing concrete to an onsite crushing operation. All crushed material will be utilized as aggregate base later in the project. Year two will consist of Park placing all preloaded materials needed to raise I-29 for the 2 new bridges and reconstruction of County Highway 81 & 18. During the final year, work will be done to complete the construction of the levees and removal of the embankment used to construct the temporary bypass.
Park Construction completed this project for the City of Plymouth. Fire Station #2 work included the demolition of the existing fire station and construction of new state of the art facility to meet future expansion of community and the needs of today’s firefighters. Fire Station #3 work included the renovation and expansion of the existing facility. This station remained fully operational throughout the duration of construction. We also constructed new storm water ponds at both facilities.