Clearwater is performing a variety of services for the Transform 66 project which is slated to transform Northern Virginia’s Interstate 66 into a multi-modal corridor.
This project includes the demolition of the existing bridge structure on Doe Run Road over County Line Run in Denton Hill State Park in McKean County, PA.
This project includes the construction of a spillway at the Cobun Creek Dam No. 1 and 2. Clearwater is serving as a subcontractor to the Kanawha Stone Company, Inc.
The Mon Wharf Switchback Ramp is a Riverlife project in partnership with the City to fill a vital missing link in downtown Pittsburgh’s riverfront park and trail system.
This project is a 2018 TQI Community Connection Award winner for a highly successful solution to congestion problems, increasing traffic flow and enhancing mobility.
The Freeport Rd. Bridge over a Norfolk Southern RR is in a highly congested area between Sharpsburg and Aspinwall with adjacent on and off ramps to the Highland Park Bridge.
Clearwater consulted for the PA DCNR to rehabilitate the dam and gatehouse at Pymatuning State Park. Pymatuning coves more than 21,000 acres in Crawford County.
This project included the replacement of Street Road Bridge and the replacement of an existing under-designed large diameter pipe with a double cell precast arch structure.
Clearwater Construction provided geotechnical construction services for Grove City College in order to stabilize the bank and stream bed of the Wolf Creek.
This project was a complete superstructure replacement with concrete repairs to the substructure units as well as new drainage, curbing and sidewalks.
This project included the replacement of the Rosemont Ave. Bridge with construction of a single span, composite pre-stressed concrete spread box beam bridge.
This project included the total replacement of a decaying two-span bridge over Pocono Lake Preserve in Monroe County near the Pocono Raceway.
This project’s purpose was to remedy an extremely difficult traffic situation and included the replacement of the existing structure carrying US 422 over Laurel Run.
Using pipe boring to maintain stream flow, we built a drilled caisson shoring wall, alleviating the need for additional roadway excavation in a tight traffic situation.
This project, located on US Route-209 involved a very high-speed traffic situation, where two merge zones of 2 lanes each merge into one 2-lane work zone.
This project was an emergency landslide remediation for UGI Energy Services and PennDOT. Clearwater Geotechnical acted as the specialty Geotechnical subcontractor.
Clearwater partnered with a painting contractor to perform this $52M rehabilitation of the George C. Platt Memorial Bridge for PennDOT from 2011 to 2014.
Clearwater's Geotechnical Construction team offered an alternative micropile design for this project with very difficult ground condition and tight access.
This project included the replacement of a deteriorated 3-span bridge with a new single span structure over the Ghost Town Bike Trail, which is the former RJ Corman RR Rail bed.
The project included the replacement of the existing bridge carrying State Route 0895 over the Schuylkill River and re-alignment of the roadway approaches.
Clearwater constructed this bridge crossing Cold Springs Creek that consisted of a 3-span, pre-stressed bulb tee structure, new piers and abutments, new approach roadways, barriers and guiderail.
Clearwater was awarded the $3.2M partial design/build contract for the replacement of the historic South Mill Street Bridge over Neshannock Creek in New Castle, PA. PennDOT directed the replacement of the 95-year-old structure due to safety concerns.
This $4M project was for the restoration of this historically significant, single-span steel thru-truss structure carrying Hickory Street over the Stonycreek River in the City of Johnstown.