Nisqually to Paradise Road Project, Phase 1

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Project Overview

Construction work on Nisqually to Paradise Road, Phase I consists of the rehabilitation of 6.5 miles of Paradise Road E and additional work on Ricksecker Point Loop Road and Paradise Valley Road in Mount Rainier National Park. Work on Paradise Road E will begin at the Nisqually Entrance Station and proceed east to Longmire. The roadway alignment will essentially match the existing alignment with 11 foot lanes and 1 foot paved shoulders, and the roadway profile grade and cross section will also generally fit within the existing bench width. The rehabilitation will consist of subgrade repair, mechanically stabilized earth walls (MSE walls), subexcavation and deep patches, conduit installation, culvert replacement, guardwall reconstruction, and bridge and pavement restoration. Additional rehabilitation work will include the Kautz Creek parking area, and slope stabilization in the vicinity of Kautz Creek and the Kautz Creek Service Area road, and the restoration of Tahoma Creek Bridge and Kautz Creek Bridge.

Project Map

The project is located on Paradise Road.

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Project Details
Project # WA PRA MORA 14(6)
Project Name Nisqually to Paradise Road Project Phase 1
Location Pierce and Lewis Counties
Mount Rainier National Park
Status In Construction
Awarded to Tucci & Sons, Inc.
Award Date December 30, 2013
Award Amount $10,099,717.87
View Tabulation of Bids
Estimated Completion Date July 29, 2015

Contact Information

Project Email Address:

Marty Flores, Project Engineer
Phone: (360) 609-0139

Federal Highway Administration
Western Federal Lands Highway Division
610 East Fifth Street
Vancouver, WA 98661-3801