I-64 and I-264 Pavement Rehabilitation Project

Owner: Virginia Department of Transportation
Location: Norfolk, VA
Project Cost: $33.4 million

 

Project Type: Plants and Paving, Highways and Bridges  |  Procurement Type: Design-Build
State: Virginia |  Status: Completed

This project consists of the rehabilitation of 10.2 miles of Interstates 64 and 264 in Norfolk, VA. I-64 is one of the more congested highways in the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area.

The roadway segments were overlain with .75-inch Thin Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete Overlay (THMACO). A 3.75-inch Stone Matrix Asphalt overlay (SMA) was placed in these roadway segments, and includes transitions to existing grade at interchange ramps, overpasses, and areas of existing Stone Matrix Asphalt overlays. Lane also modified the existing concrete barrier, barrier drainage inlets, and guardrail due to the increase in the pavement section. Work was conducted mostly at nights and on weekends to minimize impacts to traffic.

Project features include:

  • Tight lane closure restrictions to contend with

  • Three different types of asphalt mixes produced each night from Lane’s nearby asphalt plant

  • More than 200 lane miles worth of paving