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"Granite, meanwhile, agrees to perform environmental work to settle $192,000 of its $240,000 fine. ODOT does the same, contributing $72,000 to a fish passage project. Red Nike Air Force 1 High Tops 2010: Granite determines that columns at two of the bridges it had constructed were out of plumb and that the four landslides were still moving. The shear keys and buttresses had not solved the problem. 2011: No substantial construction was completed in the sections containing the four slides and the bridges. In a June 3 story the Gazette Times reports that the price tag has Air Force Flyknit High
Granite, along with its design management, bridge and geotechnical consultants, proposes shear keys and buttresses to hold the slides in place. The changes added 700,000 cubic yards of earthwork to the project and added $46 million to its cost. "We know we're going to go over our $130 million (construction) budget. But by how much?" said Joe Harwood, ODOT spokesman. 2008: Construction resumes, with the pricetag of the project now at $197 million and a new opening date target of 2011. Randy Quetschke, owner of the Burnt Woods Store, discussed the project in a May 2008 Gazette Times interview. "In the long range, it will help even more because the highway will be safer," he said. "We waited so long for it to get started. People are anxious to get it started again and get it over with. We have to drive the road, too.
illion and the initial completion date was December 2009. 2005: Project is awarded to Yaquina River Constructors, a subsidiary of Granite Construction, a Watsonville, California, firm. Ground is broken. 2006: Construction begins in January with clearing and grubbing. 160 acres of unprotected hillsides were exposed and erosion led to sediment flowing into creeks and streams. Muddy runoff ran into the Yaquina River and a half dozen tributaries, damaging spawning beds and food supplies for sensitive populations of salmon, steelhead and cutthroat trout. White Nike Air Force 1 Mid
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The state Department of Environmental Quality ultimately fines Granite $240,000 for what DEQ officials said was "reckless" behavior. 61 violations were cited but only 41 were addressed in the fine. ODOT, meanwhile, was fined $90,000. Granite also discovered what it said were ancient and unanticipated landslides along the new alignment. 2007: ODOT and Granite agree to suspend the project and investigate four of the landslides.
reached $217 million and that the new timeline for completion has shifted to 2013. "We're determined to finish the project and have a safe road with a long life expectancy," ODOT spokesman Rick Little said, adding "the highway will definitely be a straighter, safer road than what we've had . even Air Force High Top White
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