I-10 Pavement Rehabilitation & Constructability Review
Client: Caltrans
Location: Los Angeles County, CA
Construction Cost: $120 Million

Project Features:

  • Reconstruction of I-10 mainline pavement & ramps

  • Mainline buffer and auxiliary lanes

  • Reconstruct bridges and approach slabs

  • Staged Construction

  • Drainage modification

  • Soundwall modification

  • Minimize CCOs
Athalye conducted a constructability review of Route I-10 freeway widening & pavement rehabilitation project (EA 166811) for the Caltrans District 7. The project is located in Los Angeles County on I- 10 (San Bernardino Freeway), which stretches through the City of Los Angeles, unincorporated area of the County of Los Angeles, Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel, Rosemead, El Monte and Baldwin Park, from Route 5/10 Separation to 0.2 km east of Route 605.

The project consisted of the following major work items: replace existing asphalt concrete (AC) pavement on the main lanes, buffer areas, auxiliary lanes, and outside shoulders with Portland Cement Concrete (PCC); Replace damaged PCC slabs on mainline; upgrade bridge rails and construct bridge approach slabs; realign off-ramps and widen ramps to provide standard shoulder and to accommodate large truck wheel paths; remove Type E gutters; reconstruct ramp AC pavement; construct PCC ramp termini; reconstruct maintenance vehicle pullout areas and improve drainage.

Athalye’s scope of work consisted of reviewing the following project plan sheets: Typical Cross Sections, Layouts & Profiles, Construction Details, Drainage Plans, Drainage Profiles, Drainage Details, Water Pollution Control Details, Traffic Management Plans, Stage Construction and Traffic Handling Plans, Striping and Pavement Delineation Plans, and Sign Plans and Details.