OUR EXPERIENCE

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

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WEST DAVIS HIGHWAY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Under Construction - $469 Million

Davis County, UT 

Horrocks Engineers teamed with HDR to provide program management services to assist the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) Region 1 in managing the delivery of the West Davis Corridor Design-Build project. The project includes the construction of approximately 18 miles of a new four-lane divided highway. Horrocks developed digital tools for validation inspection and testing utilizing the Construction Information Management System™ (CIMS) tools and project analytics on the CIMS dashboard. The dashboard presents validation of all Quality Assurance (QA) functions, including inspection, testing, certifications and submittals, and coverage of all work types.

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US-89; FARMINGTON TO I-84

Under Construction - $361 Million

Davis County, UT 

This 12-mile reconstruction and widening project on US-89 will convert six signalized intersections to grade-separated interchanges and the existing four-lane freeway into six lanes. Horrocks is providing the digital tools to implement the Composite Quality Organization (CQO), which is responsible for construction quality acceptance activities and documentation. The key to the CQO is Horrocks’ CIMS suite, which provides the owner with integrated Quality Control (QC) and Quality Assurance (QA) digital tools. The client retains technical control and the contractor owns the responsibility to ensure all operations are performed as directed by the owner. All inspection, testing, construction management processes, and owner direction are being implemented using CIMS digital tools. All project documents and analytics are maintained on the project's CIMS dashboard and are available on field devices.

 

As part of the Oak Hills Contractors Design-Build team, Horrocks and our teaming partner, Michael Baker International, are serving as the lead designers on this project for the preparation of final construction plans, specifications, survey, subsurface utility engineering (SUE), utility agreements, right-of-way (ROW) deeds, ROW acquisition, Geographic Information System (GIS) services, and contract documents.

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EL PASO WALL

Project Cancelled - $215 Million

El Paso, TX 

Horrocks Engineers served as the Designer of Record for all engineering services for the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) improvements along approximately 20 miles of the United States/Mexico border near El Paso, Texas. We managed all design aspects of the project, including civil engineering, drainage modeling, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, electrical engineering, and technical specifications. Horrocks’ CIMS team provided the digital tools for QC documentation, including templates, prompts, and record compiling that simplified compliance with USACE documentation requirements.

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PORTER ROCKWELL BRIDGE

Under Construction - $25 Million

Salt Lake County, UT 

Horrocks is leading the Design-Build program management for the Porter Rockwell Bridge project to construct a bridge across the Jordan River, Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) rail, Utah Transit Authority (UTA) rail, and canals. Horrocks is providing program management, quality oversight, design review support, construction field support, materials testing and inspection, baseline schedule and monthly update reviews and analysis, and project controls documentation support. The QA is being performed by the client and augmented by Horrocks.  All inspection, testing, construction management processes, and owner direction are being implemented using Horrocks' CIMS digital tools.

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I-15; SB 12300 SOUTH TO SR-201 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Closing Out - $167 Million

Salt Lake County, UT 

Horrocks provided program management for the I-15; SB 12300 South to SR-201 program management project that added one southbound lane to an approximately 14-mile stretch of mainline freeway that serves the most populous part of the state. The project included all major utility relocations such as water aqueducts; high-voltage power, high-pressure gas, and petroleum gas lines; and a significant communication system. QA was performed by an Independent Quality Firm (IQF), and Horrocks' CIMS team provided digital tools to automate oversight validation of inspection and testing. 

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FOUR INTERCHANGES ON BANGERTER HIGHWAY
Completed - $147 Million
Salt Lake County, UT 

CIMS was developed for the Four Interchanges on Bangerter Highway project in Salt Lake County. This project improved access to the highway by separating the grades at the actual interchanges. It also minimized the impact of the new interchange footprints on the community by offering the best interchange design solution. To successfully develop these new interchanges, Horrocks performed engineering surveys, generated extensive environmental documentation, completed major utilities realignments, developed design documents, engaged in extensive public outreach efforts, and worked with local property owners to acquire the necessary ROW. To meet both the construction and program management needs of this complex project, Horrocks’ experts built the CIMS suite to track construction and material compliance of all pay items and to automate the earthwork density testing lot creation, quantity calculation, test entry, and test analytics. This enabled a prompt comparison of fieldwork and work tested and enabled closure of testing gaps that would have gone unnoticed otherwise.

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BANGERTER THREE INTERCHANGES
Under Construction - $142 Million
Salt Lake County, UT 

The Bangerter Highway interchange project at 6200 South is a 6-mile reconstruction and widening project to convert Bangerter Highway into a freeway and to convert three signalized intersections into three grade-separated interchanges. Horrocks provided program management services for the preparation of procurement documents, including plans, specifications, utility agreements, ROW deeds, ROW acquisition, GIS, and contract documents. The QA was performed by the client and augmented by Horrocks. The project is currently under construction, and all inspection, testing, construction management processes, and client direction are being implemented using CIMS tools. Through CIMS, all documents and analytics are being maintained on the project dashboard and are available offline with automatic updates on field devices.

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I-80 EAST BELT PROGRAM MANAGEMENT 

Under Construction - $123 Million

Salt Lake County, UT 

UDOT selected Horrocks to serve as the Program Manager on the I-80 East Belt Design-Build project, which will replace the pavement on I-80 between approximately 1300 East and 2300 East, and I-215 East between approximately 3300 South and 4500 South. The QA is being performed by UDOT’s staff and will be augmented by Horrocks. Inspection, testing, construction management processes, and owner direction are being implemented using CIMS digital tools. Project documents and analytics are currently maintained on the project dashboard and are available offline with automatic updates on field devices.

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I-15; SR-232 TO I-84 CEM

Under Construction - $103 Million

Davis & Weber Counties, UT 

UDOT is extending the I-15 Express Lanes for more than 10 miles, from Layton Parkway to Riverdale Road. This project also includes replacing or widening five bridges and will help increase mobility and reduce congestion along I-15. Construction began mid-May 2019 and is anticipated to be complete in 2021. The CIMS team is supporting the project field testers and field engineers with automated testing and reporting tools.

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I-15 NB; BANGERTER HIGHWAY TO I-215 

Closing Out - $101 Million

Salt Lake County, UT

Horrocks Engineers, in conjunction with UDOT, led the Environmental Assessment (EA) preparation and Design-Build program management for this 8-mile improvement project along northbound I-15 from Bangerter Highway to I-215 in Salt Lake County. QA was performed by an IQF, and oversight inspection and testing were performed by the client. Horrocks’ CIMS team provided tools to automate oversight validation of inspection and testing, input test and inspection findings, and monitor validation of QA through comparison with oversight findings.

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SR-68; I-215 TO CENTER STREET

Completed - $27 Million

Davis County, UT 

Horrocks provided full program management for UDOT to construct a new diverging diamond interchange (DDI) at Redwood Road and I-215 in North Salt Lake. The project included the removal and replacement of approximately 4 miles of new Portland Concrete Cement Pavement (PCCP), installation of new sewer and storm drain, rehabilitation of the asphalt paving, and new pavement construction of approximately 6 miles of Redwood Road in North Salt Lake, Woods Cross, and Bountiful, Utah. This included review of all submittals, quantity tracking, QA in materials testing, and all phases of construction inspection. The CIMS team supported the project field testers and field engineers by providing automated testing and reporting tools.