Earle completed a critical infrastructure upgrade project on Yardville-Hamilton Square Road, within the Hamilton Township. The project took place between June and August 2022 with the goal of enhancing the road’s overall quality for safer and smoother commutes for the Hamilton community.
This project posed certain challenges that Earle was more than equipped for. The challenge of working within a heavily traversed artery connecting Route 33 to Route 195, as well as the road passes by Steinert High School and Hamilton Plaza, inevitably led to substantial foot traffic during peak hours. Our scope of work encompassed comprehensive reconstruction and resurfacing, including concrete curb ramp upgrades, milling, resurfacing, base repair, and crack mitigation,
To execute the project efficiently and safely, our team meticulously planned detailed traffic control strategies
Milling and paving crews adeptly operated under a one-way detour, except at the Estates Blvd. intersection, which required alternating traffic due to detour constraints.
Our milling crew employed multiple millers to complete northbound and southbound milling in single shifts swiftly. Upon identifying areas prone to reflective cracking, our inspection team recommended installing a leveling course. Surface course paving was an expertly coordinated effort, with two pavers working in tandem to successfully contour the varying width of the road.
The project was accomplished while maintaining both resident access to driveways and parking lot access to both the High School and shopping center. In all, Yardville-Hamilton Square Road totaled almost 4,000 tons of 9.5M64 Hot Mix Asphalt surface and leveling course.