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Owner: Maine Department of Transportation
Location: Mount Desert Island, ME
Project Cost: $12 million
Project Type: Plants and Paving | Procurement Type: Bid-Build
State: Maine | Status: Completed
Home to the tallest mountain on the Atlantic coast, Acadia National Park boasts beautiful views and a pristine landscape. Lane’s work at the park over the past 21 years has helped preserve this iconic destination for hikers, bikers, campers and nature lovers. For more than 20 years, Lane has completed multiple contracts at Acadia National Park that include paving, hot mix overlay, milling, reconstruction of drop inlets, roadway reconstruction, culvert and paved ditch work and reconstruction of granite headwalls.
- Pavement resurfacing in the Town of Southwest Harbor. Lane reconstructed highway sections and drop inlets at various locations inside Acadia National Park and on Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse Road.
- Hot mix overlay in the Town of Mount Desert. Lane worked on several roads inside Acadia National Park: Cadillac Mountain Road, Stanley Brook Road, Blackwoods Entrance Road, Otter Cliff Road, Ledgelawn Extension, the Visitor Center access road and the Route 233 access road. The company successfully completed incidental work, a hot mix overlay of the pavement and culvert and paved ditch work that involved resetting and/or reconstructing existing granite headwalls.
- Subgrade reconstruction, drainage, pavement milling, hot mix overlay and safety improvements for roadways in Mount Desert and Bar Harbor. Lane worked inside of Acadia National Park on sections of Park Look Road, Cadillac Mountain Road, Paradise Hill Road, Schooner Head Road, Kebo Street and Route 3. This project also required some incidental work and resetting/reconstruction of granite headwalls.