Completed Projects

 
 

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport - Snow Removal Equipment and Storage Vehicle Maintenance Building Additions Project

Contract Amount: $ 17,175,933

Owner: The City of Cleveland

Description: Allega was the general contractor on this project at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, which began in December of 2016. The scope of work included the total rework of the site storm water sewer system and pavements. It also included a 99,000 square foot storage building for the snow removal equipment as well as 30,000 square foot vehicle maintenance facility.

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Runway 9-27 Shift and Reconstruction, Northeast Ohio Regional Airport

Contract Amount: $8,086,528.68

Owner: Ashtabula County Airport Authority

Description: This project was located in Jefferson, Ohio and added 703 lineal feet of pavement to the existing runway on the west end, while reconstructing the existing runway. Allega’s scope of work included grading, relocation of ditches, installation of new pipe culvert and removal of existing pipe culvert, asphalt pavement placement, and underdrain installation.


Cleveland Harbor East Breakwater Repair (Dolosse)

Contract Amount: $14,483,510.92

Owner: The United States Army Corps of Engineers

Description: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has contracted Great Lakes Dock & Materials, located in Muskegon, Michigan, for the Cleveland Harbor East Breakwater Repair Project in Cleveland, Ohio. For this project, Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. is a material supplier for Great Lakes providing the manufacturing of their dolosse. These dolosse are manufactured in Allega's yard and delivered to the dock for the structural repair of the breakwall.

A dolos is an interlocking concrete erosion control structure placed along the bottom of the lake and the side of the breakwall in order to prevent erosion of the wall. Allega commenced pouring dolosse on March 30, 2015 and discontinued production on November 18, 2015 due to weather. As of now, Allega has poured 9,038 out of 16,813 dolosse (53.76% complete), and it is estimated that the project should conclude in October of 2016.

Allega pours 52 dolosse each day, which are formed in custom made molds, using its on-site batch plant and concrete mixer trucks. A Grove RT Crane is used, along with an attached side load concrete bucket, to pour the concrete into each mold with care. Allega lets the concrete set overnight before moving the dolosse with two Komatsu PC-490 excavators to store in our yard before transporting them to the dock. After the dolosse are delivered to the dock, Allega then utilizes a Komatsu PC-1100 to load them onto the barge for Great Lakes Dock & Materials where they will then be transported to the appropriate location to be placed in the water on the breakwall.

What is unique about this project is that dolosse have not been manufactured in Cleveland or the Northeast United States since the 1970s. The reason behind this repair is to stop the erosion of the breakwall and keep Cleveland’s harbor safe for the public from storms and rough water.

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DeJohn Funeral Home

Contract Amount: $2,165,000

Owner: Magic, LLC

Description: The DeJohn Funeral Home is located on Route 306, south of Mayfield Road in Chesterland, Ohio on a semi-wooded lot. It is a custom-designed 10,500 square foot new construction funeral home that features decorative, exceptionally detailed masonry construction as well as custom millwork throughout and easy handicap accessibility features including ramps and bathrooms that ensure the building meets all ADA requirements.

The spacious funeral home can accommodate 295 guests and families, and the design consists of three parlor rooms, office areas, and a large greeting area. The parlor rooms can be combined into one large room or used as three smaller ones due to the movable, concealed partition walls. The two offices are located in the rear of the building, and the daily operating functions are also hidden from the public in order to allow the guests to focus on the celebration of life instead of noisy distractions. The foyer showcases a water feature atop the fireplace, which provides a soothing respite and a sense of calmness during the difficult times.

Additionally, DeJohn Funeral Home offers a cozy coffee lounge to relax in as well as a sierra-colored covered patio with a fireplace, which is located in the back of the building overlooking the serene landscape and offering a temporary escape during trying times. Moreover, three other fireplaces are located inside the building to provide comfort and warmth to guests and families. Another unique feature of this project is the state of the art, modern LED lighting on the interior and exterior, which is the most energy efficient technology available.

Furthermore, Allega worked with the owners of the DeJohn Funeral Home to build a building for generations to come; it even has a backup generator to make sure that neither the families nor the services are disrupted during power outrages.

Concrete and asphalt pavement parking areas lead to a Porte Cochere, a covered driveway area for cars to pull in, protecting guests from harsh elements. Additionally, the heated, sierra-colored, concrete sidewalks, which are located at the main entrances, allow easier and safer access to the funeral home, especially during the cold, snowy winter months.

Allega is the general contractor and design/builder for this project, and Joseph L. Myers is the architect and construction manager. The project commenced in Spring 2015, and the new funeral home is projected to be open in early 2016.


Generations Party Center - Restaurant & Banquet Hall

Contract Amount: $1,800,000

Owner: MR3, LLC

Description: The Generations Center is a new 17,000 square foot facility located on a semi-wooded lot in Chesterland, Ohio, which features gorgeous landscaping as well as asphalt and concrete parking lots.This project is being built in a design/build format working closely with the owner to ensure the exact facility that is needed and desired is constructed, which includes a new restaurant, party center with multiple party rooms, and the new home of Guido’s Pizza Haven - all in the same building. By working with the owner and the architect, Allega helped to design a restaurant/party center that meets the needs of today’s catering, future catering, and restaurant needs.

The family-owned restaurant seats 80 people. The spacious, top-of-the-line kitchen serves both the restaurant and party center. Smaller parties will be able to be held in an intimate party room, known as the Western Reserve Room, which features an interior fireplace, adding to the ambiance and festive atmosphere. This area is currently under construction. Additionally, two individual, large banquet halls can be combined into one large great room and will seat 300 people. This party center will be available to rent out for special events and occasions such banquets or weddings when construction is complete.

The Generations Center features custom millwork throughout as well as the highest quality in material and workmanship. Heated, mesa buff-colored sidewalks will allow easier access to the Generations Center while enhancing safety and convenience for the guests. The building also meets all ADA requirements. State of the art smoke and heat detection as well as fire alarm systems have also been installed, ensuring the public’s safety while at Generations Center. In addition, Allega installed a generator to supply power to the building so that no event will be disrupted or cancelled due to power outages or weather.

The building shell construction commenced work in 2013 and was complete later that year. The restaurant buildout was completed in 2014 and is now a fully operational part of the facility. The remaining buildout of the party center continues and is expected to be completed in 2016.

Allega is the general contractor for this project in charge of managing all aspects of construction.

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ODOT 18-0437 CUY-E-49th Street & Harvard Ave.

Contract Amount: $1,410,302.01

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: This project, awarded to Allega, consists of Four Lane Resurfacing in the Village of Newburgh Heights in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. The work includes pavement repairs, casting adjust to grade, resurfacing of asphalt pavement, applying pavement markings, and all other related work.


Rockside Road Widening & I-77 Southbound Entrance Ramp Improvements

Contract Amount: $1,554,250

Owner: City of Independence

Description: This project was awarded to Allega at a contract cost of $1,554,250 and commenced in August of 2016. This project improved the operation and safety of Rockside Road and the intersection with the Interstate 77 southbound entrance ramp by widening the roadway on both Rockside Road and the Interstate 77 southbound entrance ramp. The eastbound Rockside Road was widened to four lanes with 12” concrete pavement as well as new curb, sidewalk, and drainage structures. It also widened the southbound Interstate 77 ramp with asphalt resurfacing, regrading, and restoration. the project was completed in June of 2017.

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Boeing Flight Line Expansion

Contract Amount: $8,070,605

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Description: In December of 2015, Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. entered into a contract with Turner Construction Company as a subcontractor on the Boeing Flight Line Expansion Project. This project is located in Charleston, South Carolina at the Boeing South Carolina Campus. Boeing South Carolina is home to the second 787 Dreamliner assembly facility.

The Boeing Flight Line Expansion Project commenced work in September 2015. Allega’s portion of the work, at a cost of $8,070,605, includes the placement of 8” lean concrete base, and portland cement concrete pavements at 8”, 15”, and 20” thicknesses for three additional flight line stalls, a towpath, and apron pad. These will lead to the currently constructed Boeing paint facility. Allega began work as of February 2016 and will also be installing 2,196 linear feet of aircraft rated, custom trench drains.

In an effort to improve the cost and time efficiency for this project, Allega has made several decisions to aid in the success of this project. Allega submitted a change to the original design and replaced P-304 cement treated base (CTB) for the use of lean concrete. By utilizing the lean concrete, Allega will be eliminating the two lift process and trim time required for CTB. Allega has mobilized one of several of their concrete plants. It has been reconstructed off-site in Charleston where it will provide the concrete material for the entirety of this project for Allega’s scope of work.

One of the unique features in the construction of the Boeing Project will be the use of the GZ S850 slip form paver. This paver uses string-less technology that is controlled by the Leica Geosystem when installing both the lean concrete and the concrete pavement. This project is schedule driven with an estimated completion date set for October 2016. As a string-less paver, the S850 will significantly reduce the amount of time in paving as well as reduce the human error factor with the use of the Leica guiding system. This technology, paired with the mix design for this project, will improve the smoothness and rideability in the final outcome of the Boeing Project. Allega crews are working six days a week with a combination night and day schedule in order to facilitate a timely production in cooperation with the weather to strive for a successful and scheduled project completion.


ODOT Project 15-8031

Contract Amount: $3,962,022

Owner: The City of Broadview Heights

Description: Allega was awarded this project in September of 2015 at a bid cost of $3,962,022 by the Ohio Department of Transportation. The project is located in the city of Broadview Heights in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. This project involves the widening of the eastbound lanes of State Route 82, as well as lengthening the turning lanes and a realignment of the southbound Interstate 77 exit lanes. Approximately 4,450 feet of State Route 82 from Ken Mar Industrial Parkway to Old Royalton Road/South Hills Boulevard will be planed and resurfaced. New traffic signals will be installed on a closed loop system at Ken Mar Industrial Parkway, Treeworth Boulevard and the Interstate 77 northbound and southbound exit ramps. This has been designed to accommodate the increasing traffic volumes of the area.  Over the past several years, there has been significant development to this stretch of Route 82 and it will continue with the completion of the new MetroHealth Brecksville Health Center, scheduled to open in fall of 2016.

The project commenced in November with clearing and grubbing in preparation for the 2016 spring construction season while the drainage work will take place prior to the spring construction. Once construction starts, there will be expected lane closures daily during the off-peak hours. The eastbound lanes will be widened and the turning lane for the Interstate 77 northbound entrance ramp will be lengthened. Both Interstate 77 southbound exit ramps will be realigned and will be utilizing 12” Portland cement concrete. The southbound ramps are scheduled for completion by July 1, 2016 in anticipation for the 2016 Republican Convention. Integrated throughout the project are bio-retention areas. These are designed to be environmentally beneficial to the area using bio-swale soil and improving the water quality for Broadview Heights. By the end of the project, the bio-retention areas will be landscaped using deciduous shrubs, evergreen shrubs, perennials, grasses, annual bulbs, decorative gravel bands, aesthetic boulders, and designer fencing to enhance the overall look of the completed project.

Allega’s scope of work on this project includes the drainage, earthwork, erosion control, traffic management, piping and pavement removal, subgrade and aggregate subbases, under drains, concrete paving, milling, asphalt paving, and full depth pavement repair and replacement. Allega has subcontractors for the landscaping, signals, new signage as well as guardrail and pavement markings. The project completion is scheduled for October 2016.

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Taxiways A, B, & G Upgrades & Lighting Improvements

Contract Amount: $20,879,567

Owner: Charleston County Aviation Authority

Description: This project was awarded to Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. at a cost of $20,879,567 in October 2015 by the Charleston County Aviation Authority.  It is located at the Charleston International Airport in Charleston, South Carolina.

The project’s scope of work consists of over 80,000 square yards of taxiway reconstruction improvements utilizing 17” concrete pavement and 6” econocrete base pavement, new asphalt shoulders as well as storm drainage systems, cured in place pipe lining, and storm water pollution prevention items.  In addition, new, state of the art LED edge lights and associated wiring will be installed.

A portable concrete plant will be erected outside the airport to supply the concrete ready mix and the econocrete base material.  In addition, the existing concrete pavement will be removed, recycled, and reused on this project as a savings to the project cost.

The airport’s schedule for this project has a very strict and demanding timetable that consists of six major developing phases of work.  This will include nightly closures for Runways 03-21 and 15-33, which will allow the construction to take place without interfering with the airport’s daily operations.  Each phase was designed with a duration time by the owner to be implemented in the schedule.

The project is currently scheduled to commence work in January 2016 and projected to be completed in June 2017.


ODOT Project 13-8033

Contract Amount: $46,648,926

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: This project was awarded at a bid cost of $46,648,926.00 in August of 2013 by the Ohio Department of Transportation. It is located in the Village of Richfield and the Townships of Richfield and Boston in Summit County, Ohio. The project spans 5.31 miles on Interstate Route 271.

The scope of work involves the full depth pavement removal and replacement with asphalt concrete on both the northbound and southbound lanes. In addition, all ramps located within the project limits of 271 will be reconstructed. The 271 side roads, which included State Route 303, County Road 17, State Route 176, and parts of Interstate Route 77, will also undergo reconstruction. Bridge rehabilitation and reconstruction will be performed at State Route 303, County Road 17, State Route 176, and all Interstate Route 77 structures.

There are nine phases of construction as well as extensive pre-phase work, which consisted of temporary concrete pavement. Pre-phase work began in fall of 2013 and all work is progressing on schedule. Other project improvements include extensive drainage work, including an 84” storm sewer, all new signage and guardrails, high mast lighting, and permanent striping.

As the project evolved, Allega has value-engineered more efficient maintenance of traffic patterns to aid construction by utilizing contra flow traffic patterns. This will place three lanes of traffic on one side of the road and one lane on the opposite side while half of each side is built simultaneously. These configurations allow work to be performed with minimal disruption to the traveling public.

This project commenced in October of 2013 and is currently scheduled for completion in the summer of 2017.

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Repair Runway 01-19

Contract Amount: $ 28,873,805

Owner: Versar Inc.

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. has been subcontracted by Versar Inc. in the amount of $28,873,805 to perform concrete paving activities associated with the replacement of Runway 01-19 and portions of Runway 14-32 at Dover Air Force Base. This project includes the replacement of 10,000 lineal feet of concrete pavement along Runway 01-19 as well as 1,700 lineal feet of concrete pavement along the intersection of Runway 14-32 and Runway 01-19. In addition, Taxiways Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo, and Foxtrot will also be rehabilitated as part of this project.

Allega is paving this project dual lanes at 37’ wide with an average of 4,000 cubic yards of concrete per day. In order to maximize efficiency and production on the Dover Air Force Base project, Allega has mobilized two on-site concrete batch plants. Working in conjunction with each other, they will place over 165,000 cubic yards of concrete in order to manage the large daily production needs.

Allega’s scope of work on this project entails over 246,000 square yards of 15” and 20” concrete finished pavement and over 257,000 square yards of 5” drainage layer concrete. The project commenced in February 2015 and is currently scheduled for completion in December 2016.


Myrtle Beach International Airport Rehabilitation of Runway 18-36

Contract Amount: $17,934,771

Owner: Horry County Department of Airports

Description: Myrtle Beach Airport is owned and operated by the Horry County Department of Airports and is a single runway airport. This project consisted of a full rehabilitation of Runway 18-36 and twelve taxiways connected to the runway. The work generally consisted of Bituminous concrete pavements, variable depth performance planing of Runway 18-36 and taxiway connectors within the Runway Safety Area (RSA), Portland cement concrete spall repair, crack and joint sealing, on-site plant for bituminous material production, bituminous paving (three lifts) of runway and taxiway connectors, pavement grooving, temporary and permanent runway and taxiway markings, shoulder/RSA grading, topsoiling and sodding, runway and taxiway edge and centerline light removal and replacement. Work had to be accomplished through specified nighttime airfield closures seven days a week.

The unique and challenging aspect of this project was that the Myrtle Beach Airport has only one runway, and Runway 18-36 had to be open every day for aircraft operations. Being the only runway for Myrtle Beach, each night the runway would be shut down to air traffic at the specified nighttime closure (designed by the airport), which varied on a nightly basis. This would allow a maximum work shift of eight hours and some nights a maximum work shift of only five hours. A portion of the runway would be removed and temporarily supported with painting and ramping sufficient for aircraft traffic so the airport could reopen in the morning for operational use. This type of operation went on from September 2014 through April 2015.

Each day, no matter what operation was occurring, whether Allega poured concrete, milledasphalt, or paved asphalt, the work had to be done, cured, and temporarily supported so the airport could reopen in the morning. This was also true for our subcontractors, especially our electrical subcontractor (Atlantic Electric) who would replace light cans, duct banks, and electrical circuits every night ahead of Allega’s work.

This project had a very strict timetable with large penalties if the morning opening was late. The reason for the aggressive work schedule, which took place mostly in the winter, was due to the number of vacationing travelers the Myrtle Beach Airport receives from May through September. The project was a seven day work week project, and the only time the job was shut down was for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.

Even with the demanding schedule and limited night hours to work, Allega completed this project with a perfect ridability and 100 percent compaction of the asphalt lifts. There was no corrective grinding on the finished asphalt surface. The project was accepted by the Myrtle Beach Airport in May of 2015 and reopened to a full 24 hour seven day a week operation.

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ODOT Project 101078

Contract Amount: $43,019,509

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. was awarded this project for a bid cost of $41,632,169.25 in December of 2010. The project was located in Ashtabula County, Ohio on Interstate Route 90 in the City of Conneaut and the Township of Kingsville. The project ran from the Pennsylvania line westwards seven miles into Ohio.

The scope of the project involved full depth pavement removal and replacement with asphalt concrete on both the eastbound and westbound sides. In addition, the project included reconfiguring the State Route 7 ramps, the widening of three mainline bridges, and repairing four overpass structures including State Route 7.

The project commenced in April 2011 and was substantially completed on schedule in November 2013. The construction phases were completed in entirety, and all traffic patterns have been returned to their normal configurations. The new road is functioning extremely well.

There were five phases of construction as well as extensive pre-phase work. Extensive asphalt testing has shown the pavement to have a high quality design with great ridability. Landscaping and other punch list work were completed during the summer of 2014.

Overall, the project was a great success, and the new roadway will be a valuable asset to the State of Ohio as well as the traveling public by providing a smoother ride.


ODOT Project 11-499

Contract Amount: $61,490,312

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: The Anthony Allega Cement Contractor Inc. / The Great Lakes Construction Co. Joint Venture was awarded this contract on November 18, 2011 in the amount of $59,682,003.10. This 8.33 mile project included reconstruction of I-90 with over 428,000 square yards of concrete pavement along the eastbound and westbound lanes of I-90 and SR-44 and Vrooman Road ramps. The project also rehabilitated the mainline bridges over Hermitage Road, Auburn Road, Big Creek, Paine Creek and Paine Road.

Over the course of this project, Allega performed earthwork, pavement removal, under drain, erosion control, crushed aggregate base courses and the installation of 13" Portland cement concrete pavement. Additional crossovers and shortening phases were implemented in order to ease the congestion on Interstate 90.

The eastbound and westbound lanes were divided into four stages. The first stage included the shut down of five miles of the eastbound lanes and contra flow lanes being utilized in the westbound lanes. After the completion of the first portion of the eastbound lanes, the remaining portion was shut down for the second stage while, simultaneously, work commenced on the first portion of the westbound lanes, the third stage. Contraflow was utilized for both of these stages. The final stage shut down the remaining 4.33 miles of the westbound lanes and set up contra flow lanes on the eastbound lanes. This fast track project began in the spring of 2012 and was completed in the fall of 2014.

The various improvements made by this project have enhanced the traveling experience for motorists along this stretch of I-90.

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South Cargo Ramp Rehabilitation & Taxiway Reconstruction

Contract Amount: $3,201,861

Owner: The City of Cleveland

Description: As subcontractor to Great Lakes Construction Company, Allega performed the entire scope of concrete paving items along the South Cargo Ramp as well as Taxiway N portions of the project. The concrete paving along the South Cargo Ramp consisted of over 25,000 square yards of 6” P-306 econocrete base course and 12” of P-501 finished concrete pavement. The Taxiway N portion of the project included approximately 26,000 square yards of 8” P-306 econocrete base course pavement with 16” of P-501 finished concrete pavement. All work is per the FAA specifications and tolerances. This $3,059,925.00 project was completed in Spring 2014.


C-17 Landing Zone Repairs

Contract Amount: $5,379,273

Owner: Navy

Description: As a subcontractor to TDX Services/Sand Point Services, LLC, Allega performed repairs along the landing zone of Runway 6-24. Allega's scope of work consisted of mass excavation and embankment and new storm sewers and structures. In addition, there were infiltration basin modifications along with runway shoulder slope enhancements with Rip Rap and/or concrete block matting. This $4,125,317.00 contract was completed during the 2014 winter season.

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Taxiway Lima

Contract Amount: $7,000,000

Owner: Air Force

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. was subcontracted by Eastern Construction & Electric, Inc. to perform work on the reconstruction of Taxiway Lima on this $7,000,000 contract. Allega provided and placed the underlying drainage layer in addition to the concrete pavement on this 6,000' taxiway and its adjacent intersections on Taxiway M and Taxiway N. This project was completed during the 2014 winter season.


Taxiway Golf

Contract Amount: $14,137,245

Owner: Air Force

Description: Allega was subcontracted by TDX Services/Sand Point Services, LLC to perform the reconstruction on this $14,000,000 project. This project entailed the repair and upgrade of Taxiway Golf. Allega removed the existing pavement, performed all excavation and embankment, installed new drainage systems and paved the underlying drainage layer. In addition, Allega provided and constructed all new Portland cement concrete pavements along the 9,300' of Taxiway Golf and its adjacent intersections at Taxiway L and Taxiway U. New 25' taxiway shoulders were constructed within the project limits. This project was completed during the 2014 winter season.

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DKFX 06-1003 Repair Runway 15-33

Contract Amount: $15,000,000

Owner: Air Force

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. was a subcontractor to DWG & Associates, the General Contractor, on the 15-33 Runway Project. This project was located at the Charleston Air Force Base in South Carolina with a contract value of $15,000,000.00. The project commenced in April of 2012 and included the total removal and replacement of Runway 15-33. Allega was subcontracted to install the drainage layer and 18” Portland Cement Concrete on the project. This project was completed in the summer of 2013.

To perform the work required on this project, with a demanding schedule and tight time frames, Allega had to mobilize two portable concrete plants. Both plants are capable of producing an excess of 250 CY/hour each. In addition, Allega had two large slip form pavers on site and paved at a width of 37.5’ wide. Concrete was placed in excess of 4000 CY/day using 20-25 on road dump trucks for hauling the concrete. The concrete was then placed in front of the slip form paver with the use of two concrete placing machines, specifically designed to spread the concrete evenly.

During the summers of 2012 and 2013, work was completed at night due to weather and temperature limitations. The drainage layer and concrete paving operations were handled by a quality crew of 16 employees, not counting the dump truck drivers who were subcontractors to Allega. This project had very stringent quality control measures in place. The concrete was placed at a low slump concrete about ¾” and records were kept of edge slump, rideability, core thickness, and general concrete requirements, such as air content, slump, unit weight and temperature. The coarse aggregate used for the concrete and drainage layer was made from granite that came from Nova Scotia. This material was barged into the Port of Charleston and transferred by dump trucks to the onsite concrete plant location.


UPS Project

Contract Amount: $588,000

Owner: UPS

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. performed the pavement restoration project for the United Parcel Service (UPS) at their Middleburg Heights distribution facility. Work included the removal and replacement of concrete and asphalt in various areas of the facility. This project posed very unique challenges because of the facility's busy operations, which could not be interrupted. The project site and schedule were constrained as Allega had to conduct the work while simultaneously maintaining all regular operations of the facility. UPS is a repeat customer of Allega and has established a good working relationship. The project successfully concluded ahead of schedule at the end of the year in which it commenced.

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ODOT Project 100054

Contract Amount: $31,600,000

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. was awarded this project for a bid cost of $31,600,000. Located in Lake County, Ohio on Interstate Route 90 in Leroy and Madison Townships, this seven mile long project included the widenings of the State Route 528 ramps beginning at Ford Road, heading east towards State Route 534, and ending at the Ashtabula County Line. The scope of this project involved a full depth pavement removal and replacement with asphalt pavement of both westbound and eastbound lanes. In addition, the State Route 528 ramps were removed and replaced with concrete pavement and widened at the 528 Intersections. Cement stabilized of the subgrade was performed throughout the entire job, including the new ramps.

Beginning in late April of 2010, this project was scheduled for completion in June 2012, slightly longer than two years. There were four phases that made up the entirety of this project. Work commenced with Phases 3 and 4, which involved the westbound lanes. These two phases had an interim completion date of October 30, 2010. Work on the eastbound lanes (Phases 1 and 2) began in the spring of 2011 and was completed by the scheduled date of October 30, 2011. Final cleanup work such as final striping, some landscaping and punch list work finished during the 2012 season.


ODOT Project 08-597

Contract Amount: $92,114,195

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: ODOT Project 597-08 was one of ODOT District 12's largest contracts. It was a Joint Venture between Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. and The Great Lakes Construction Company. With approximately 4.5 miles of reconstruction and the widening of State Route 2 in Lake County, Ohio, this project entailed over 384,000 square yards of new 11 1/2" concrete pavement. New entrance and exit ramps were constructed at SR 306, Lost Nation Road, Vine Street, and SR 91. In addition, this project consisted of the rehabilitation of seven bridge structures, four retaining walls and over 131,000 square feet of noise wall, new storm sewers, 132" pipe liner installation under SR 2, and new lighting and signalization installed throughout the project limits. The contract required a Contractor's Designed Maintenance of Traffic Plan in which Allega and Great Lakes' project staff was able to implement a bi-directional traffic pattern. This ultimately reduced traffic congestion and ceated a safer work environment for our employees and the traveling public.

This three-year project consisted of three stages of construction, which commenced in April 2009 and had a scheduled completion of Fall 2011. Stage 1 construction, which was completed in 2009, provided new concrete paving from Lost Nation Road to approximately 1,500 lineal feet east of the Newell Creek Bridge along with a new third lane of pavement to ease traffic congestion. Stage 1 also saw new bridge construction at Lost Nation Road and Newell Creek. New interchange ramps on SR 306 were completed along with minor pavement widenings to SR 306 to accept the new ramp configurations. Portions of Lost Nation Road were constructed with new 9-inch reinforced concrete pavement from Riverside Commons to Reeves Road along with new entrance and exit ramps to SR 2. 

Stage 3 work began in Spring of 2010 and reopened to traffic in December 2010. This portion of the project included the reconstruction of SR 2 from just east of SR 91 to Stevens Boulevard. This phase consisted of new mainline concrete paving on SR 2 along with new entrance and exit ramps to Vine Street and two new ramps on SR 91. Vine Street also received concrete widenings to accept the new ramp configurations. The remaining portions of E-361st Street bridge were completed along with a new bridge structure on SR 2 over Vine Street.

The last segment of this project, Stage 2, commenced in the Spring of 2011 after significant weather impacts. This portion tied together Stage 1, which was completed in 2009, and the Stage 3 section that was completed in 2010. Phase 2 entailed three new lanes of 11-1/2” thick concrete pavement in the Eastbound and Westbound lanes of SR-2 between Stevens Boulevard and Lost Nation Road. The remaining portions of the Lost Nation ramps were reconstructed with new 11-1/2” concrete pavement and concrete median walls and high mast lighting were installed. In addition, reconstruction took place on the bridges over the Chagrin River and Erie Road. After record rain fall events suffered in April and May of 2011, the project was completed in December 2011 at a final contract amount of $92,114,195.00.

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Cuyahoga County Project CR-186

Contract Amount: $

Owner: Cuyahoga County

Description: This project was approximately 2.1 miles long with the complete reconstruction of Eastland Road, including replacement of the existing structure over Abrams Creek and the existing CSXT railroad structure over the Eastland Road/Sheldon Road intersection. The work also involved installation of new water main and storm sewers. The project required the realignment of Sheldon Road, east and west of Eastland Road, as well as the lowering of this newly created intersection to accommodate the CSXT Railroad Bridge Crossing overhead at the intersection of Eastland and Sheldon Roads. The project was completed on schedule in Fall 2011.

Section 2, Eastland Road from north of Sheldon to SR 237, and Section 3, Eastland Road from E. Bagley Road to First Avenue, were completed and reopened in the Spring of 2011. 

The new CSXT Railroad Bridge has been erected and the train traffic has been switched over from the temporary structure, which has been dismantled. The First Avenue and Eastland Road Intersection has been completed and opened to traffic. The water main and sewer work has been completed on Sheldon Road along with the pavement. In early November of 2011, the final stage of this project, the Sheldon Road and Eastland Road Intersection, was reopened to the traveling public.


UPS Repaving Project

Contract Amount: $912,000

Owner: UPS

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. provided reinforced concrete pavement for the UPS facility located in Akron, Ohio. The work on this project included the removal of two (2) separate areas totaling approximately 11,000 square feet of asphalt pavement and replacing it with 8"of non-reinforced concrete pavement. Due to the number of UPS semis and package trucks utilizing the facility, our work hours were restricted to 11:00 P.M. on Friday through 11:59 P.M. on Sunday. We were required to move into the areas, remove 8" of asphalt pavement, replace both areas with 8" of non-reinforced pavement, and allow UPS access to both areas by 11:59 P.M. on Sunday. We moved into the area on Saturday morning, removed the existing asphalt, placed 8" of non-reinforced concrete, saw cut and sealed the joints and restriped the area, completing the project on Sunday afternoon, with no interruption to the UPS operations.

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ODOT Project 10-500

Contract Amount: $1,700,000

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: In June of 2011, Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. completed work on ODOT Project 500-10 located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio on Interstate Route 90 in the City of Cleveland. The $1.7 million project was completed on-time and under budget. Work was completed in four phases and included the repair and replacement of the median wall in both the eastbound and westbound directions.

A highlight of the project was the minimal impact to traffic on Interstate 90 and the motoring public. Short term temporary closures were utilized and crews worked late/early hours to avoid any disruption in daily traffic flow. Another highlight was a new concrete barrier wall slip-form machine that Allega has devised and was utilized for this project. The machine was able to maneuver around light poles and median inlets while staying on the shoulder for construction.

The project’s success can be attributed to the partnership between Allega and The Ohio Department of Transportation, and the tireless efforts of the field crews performing the work.


ODOT Project 07-0079

Contract Amount: $17,451,598

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: In the fall of 2009, Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. completed the remaining portion of the three year Mayfield Road project. The $17,451,598 project finished approximately $1.2 million under budget. The project also finished on schedule and allowed for a four month winter reprieve in 2007/2008 and 2008/2009. In addition, there were no lost work days due to injury (zero recordables).

Furthermore, ODOT’s goal of 9% DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) participation was satisfied. Approximately $1,506,300 or 9.2% of the work was completed by a certified DBE contractor more than the contract goals. The DBE work included the construction of the sanitary sewer line, water service connections, and milling/asphalt work.

The project’s success can be attributed to the partnership between the contractor (Allega), the owner (ODOT) and the city (Mayfield Heights). Many innovated ideas were put into place in order for the project to finish under budget and on schedule with a winter reprieve (which was never part of the contract schedule). These innovative ideas included split-phasing the temporary signals and changing the construction sequence of the sanitary sewer and concrete paving sequence.

The project’s key highlight was the placement of 92,800 SY of 10” non-reinforced pavement. The pavement constructed had no deficiency in core thickness and surface smoothness (1/8” in 10’). The completion of the project has increased the LOS (Level of Service) by decreasing traffic congestion at and near the I-271 Interchange and the RT 91 intersection at Mayfield Road. This was accomplished by the addition of an extra lane, in each direction, from Hillcrest Hospital (east of RT 91) to Golden Gate Blvd. (west of I-271). In addition, an extra lane was added on the I-271 off ramps, as well as signalization.

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ODOT Project 07-0078

Contract Amount: $

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: This project, which was a Joint Venture of Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. and E.S. Wagner Company, was a portion of the "U.S. Route 24 Fort to Port" (Fort Wayne, Indiana to Port Toledo, Ohio) Realignment and Expansion. This is an approximate 10.4-mile long 4-lane divided highway with a new construction of seven bridges, roadway, storm drainage, 12" watermain, and noise barriers.

The paving included 21 miles of two-lane pavement in which Allega crews slipformed two lanes along with a four-foot wide shoulder in one pass. A ten-foot wide shoulder was added on later. The project included a typical diamond interchange on one end of the project to intersect US 24 with US 127 near Paulding, Ohio connecting US 24 with SR 424.

The project was originally designed with three Maintenance of Traffic phases. Allega and E.S. Wagner staffs were able to stage the work to combine Phases 2 and 3 to streamline the work and minimize the disruption to traffic flow at the busy interchange area on the Defiance end of the project.

Allega paving crews poured the last cubic yard of concrete on Wednesday, July 22, 2009 to tie in the mainline pavement with the westbound bridge over CSX railroad. When the paving work was complete, Allega crews had poured 192,000 cubic yards of concrete in 105 days of production over the course of two construction seasons.


ODOT Project 06-0002

Contract Amount: $

Owner: The Ohio Department of Transportation

Description: As one of the largest and most challenging projects in ODOT’s history, the I-80 Widening Project at Meander Reservoir transformed I-80 from a four lane to a six lane highway and replaced the twin bridges over the Meander Reservoir. In addition, this project contains a first-of-its-kind spill containment system that protects the drinking water for 220,000 people in the surrounding area.

This project, which was a Joint Venture between Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. and Great Lakes Construction Company, was approximately 4.6 miles long with the complete reconstruction of all bridges, roadway, storm drainage, and redesign of two bridges, one eastbound and one westbound over the Meander Reservoir.

Phase 1 of the project shifted traffic in a bi-directional pattern on the existing westbound lanes as the eastbound lanes and bridges were constructed. Phase two shifted the traffic into a bi-directional pattern on the newly completed eastbound side as the westbound lanes and bridges were constructed.

The final piece of the project’s 255,132 square yards of 13” concrete pavement was completed and opened to traffic in September of 2009. We extend our gratitude to ODOT, our Joint Venture Partner, Great Lakes Construction, our subcontractors and suppliers for their assistance and continual cooperation, which allowed us to successfully complete this award winning project ahead of schedule.

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Star Leasing Office and Truck Service Bays

Contract Amount: $1,772,000

Owner: Star Leasing, Inc.

Description: This project was a fast-track design build facility for Star Leasing, Inc. and included a 12,500 square foot building, comprised of 4,300 square feet of office space and 8,200 square feet of truck service area. The project also included the development of a 12-acre site to accommodate the parking of Star's tractors/trailers. Development of the site also entailed the construction of a "wet" storm water management basin including wetlands, vegetation and landscaping.

Construction of the facility commenced on October 1, 2008, and Star Leasing moved in and began their operations early February 2009.


Runway 5L-23R

Contract Amount: $129,546,779

Owner: The City of Cleveland

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. was prime contractor on this endeavor for Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. It was awarded at a bid cost of $129,546,779 in 2001. The project commenced on the first of Febuary of 2001 and it was completed under budget and two weeks prior to its scheduled completion date of November 30 of 2005.This project was governed by the requirements of The City of Cleveland, The Department of Port Control, and The FAA. The scope of this project included the new construction of a 9000’ runway, paving an area of over 500,000 square yards, over 400,000 of which was 16” concrete pavement, earthwork, sub-base, drainage layer, 16” Portland concrete pavement, drainage work, electrical, asphalt shoulders, and pavement removal. Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. performed earthwork, pavement removal, underground utilities, drainage pipe installation, sub-grade stabilization, crushed aggregate and econocrete base courses, bituminous base courses, 16” Portland concrete pavement, cement treated permeable base, electrical duct bank and handhole installation, manholes, foundation work, erosion control, and QC/QA management. This was the largest runway project that was ever undertaken at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

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Concourse C Rehabilitation

Contract Amount: $27,533,388

Owner: City of Cleveland

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. was the prime contractor for Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The project involved the concrete paving of Concourse Area C for a contract amount of $27,533,388 in 2003. The project commenced on the first of March of 2004 and was completed under budget and by its scheduled date of Febuary 28, 2007.The scope of this project included removal and replacement of the existing concrete pavement surrounding Concourse C, excavation, new drainage installation, oil water separator work, electrical duct bank, handhole installation, under drains, bituminous concrete, erosion control, and QC/QA management. Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. performed over 160,000 square yards of 16” concrete pavement, base work including sub-base and econocrete, sub-grade stabilization, excavation, drainage installation, oil water separator work, electrical duct banks and handhole installations, under drains, bituminous concrete pavement, erosion control, and QC/QA management.


Runway 10-28 Safety Improvements Phase 1, Part A

Contract Amount: $3,897,439

Owner: City of Cleveland

Description: Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. was awarded prime contractor on this endeavor for Cleveland Hopkins International Airport at a bid cost of $3,897,439 in 2005. This project was governed by the requirements of the City of Cleveland, the Department of Port Control, and the FAA.The scope of this project included making repairs and improvements to the existing Runway 10-28 by removing pavement, base courses and reinstalling new base and pavement in addition to drainage upgrades, electrical work, and landscaping. Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. performed pavement and base removal, unclassified excavation, underdrains, aggregate base course, econocrete base, 16" concrete pavement, sub-grade stabilization, electrical duct bank and handhole installation, erosion control, and QC/QA management. This project was completed under budget and ahead of schedule.

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Airfield Safety Improvements

Contract Amount: $7,746,154

Owner: City of Cleveland

Description: This project was awarded at a bid cost of $7,746,154 in 2003. The project was governed by the requirements of the City of Cleveland, the Department of Port Control, and the FAA.The scope of this project included removal and replacement of the existing runway pavement, shoulder reconstruction, drainage repair, excavating and embankment, replacement of the base electrical work, and permanent striping. Anthony Allega Cement Contractor, Inc. installed new 14" and 16" concrete pavement, unclassified excavation, aggregate base course, cement treated permeable base, sub-grade stabilization, drainage and under drain installation, electrical duct bank and handhole installation, asphalt shoulder repair, erosion control, and QC/QA management. The project was completed under budget and ahead of schedule.


Contract 58-02-04

Contract Amount: $5,050,325

Owner: State of Ohio

Description: Allega was awarded this project for a contract amount of $5,050,325. The project entailed the installation of a new toll plaza at the Ohio Turnpike Interchange.The project commenced on the first of November of 2002 and was completed a week prior to the scheduled completion date of May 31, 2005.