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Greene’s Inc. Completes I-15 Concrete Rehab Project Ahead of Schedule

Greene’s Inc. recently completed a highway repair project 20 days ahead of schedule that spanned the Centerville to Farmington I-15 corridor in Davis County.

Greene’s acted as the prime contractor on the specialized concrete rehabilitation project employing nearly 100 local workers to complete the task before an early September deadline.

Greene’s replaced cracked and broken sections of freeway with ready-to-install pre-cast concrete panels; grouted the newly formed seams to prevent future moisture damage; and repaired a myriad of potholes with flexible mastic material to smooth the heavily used section of highway.

All the work on the road was scheduled at night to relieve traffic congestion, and by finishing the 90-day project early, Greene’s saved more than $37,000 on daily fees and production costs.

“Any major project on I-15 takes a focused crew that understands deadlines and knows what they are doing - especially if you want to finish early,” said Kristin Waters, president of Greene’s Inc. “Finishing a major project like this is no small task, but our teams worked efficiently and resourcefully. We’re proud of the results and look forward to our next major undertaking on Bangerter Highway.”

Greene’s was recently awarded another hi-profile concrete project, this time on Bangerter Highway in West Valley City spanning from 4100 South to the Highway 201 overpass adjacent to 2100 South. The 25-day resurfacing project begins October 11, 2010, employing a trained crew of approximately 30 laborers.

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