Corridor H-Kerens to US 219 Connector
Exploring new challenges.
INSIDE THE PROJECT
This $209 million Design-Build project is one of WVDOH’s largest to date. Work includes the design, grade, and drain of US 48 (Corridor H) and the US 219 Connector for approximately 7.5-miles and 0.9-miles respectively along with the design and construction of major structures.
Approximately 60% of the project will be constructed within the Monongahela National Forest and will include approximately 12-million-cubic years of heavy earthwork, significant rock blasting, and five bridge structures ranging up to 1,200-feet-long and 250-feet-tall.
Major quantities include:
- 12-million-cubic-yards of excavation
- 40,000-linear-feet of pipe
- 450-acres of clearing
- 6-million-pounds of rebar
- 16-million-pounds of structural steel
- 30,000-cubic-yards of concrete
- 24,000-linear-feet of piling