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ODOT 76th Street North

Owasso, OK

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Project Facts

Cost: $8.4M

Owner: Oklahoma Department of Transportation

Delivery Method: Hard Bid

Self-Perform: Demo, Earthwork, Site Utilities, Concrete

Architect: Poe and Associates

Paving The Way For Growth In Owasso, Oklahoma

The Crossland Heavy Tulsa team improved the 76th Street bridge and a stretch of the Owasso Highway 169. Owasso, a suburb of Tulsa, needed added infrastructure due to its extensive growth as a booming neighborhood. So for this complete overhaul, we widened three lanes and added safety features, a water line, sewers, landscaping, medians, and a bridge.

While some conditions were less than desirable, the team kept sustainability and project budget as top priorities. Recycled asphalt and concrete were milled, recycled, and used as gravel for this project.

As infrastructure remains an important issue, the ability to improve a community while being sustainable, efficient, and affordable is something the Crossland team knows a lot about. This project will benefit the local community of Owasso, Oklahoma, for years to come and showcases a beautifully completed project by Crossland Heavy.

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READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

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