WisDOT Services

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Our company is known for its construction testing and observation assistance provided to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). The State of Wisconsin has recognized CGC, Inc. as qualified to do so since the inception of the WisDOT consultant program began in 1988.

 Southeast Region

Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Walworth, Washington and Waukesha counties.

 Racine County

Racine: 21st Street

WisDOT:  2703-06-70

Scope:      Reconstruction of ~1 mi of 21st street

Reconstruction of 21st Street occurred between Green Bay Road and Ohio Street. Improvements included removal of the existing four lane concrete roadway replaced with new 9" concrete pavement, common excavations, curb and gutters, storm sewers and traffic signals. Extensive coordination with businesses located on 21st street was conducted.


 Southwest Region

Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Dodge, Grant, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Juneau, La Crosse, Lafayette, Monroe, Richland, Rock, Sauk and Vernon counties.

 Dane County

Madison: I-90/I-94 Interchange

WisDOT:  1010-00-75

Scope:      Construction of median concrete barrier wall from I-90/I-94 Interchange to County V

Excavated 28,000 yd3 soil, constructed 72,000 linear feet of concrete barrier wall, drainage upgrades and lining existing culvert pipes.

 Dane County

Madison: I-39

WisDOT:  1010-01-72, 1010-01-76

Scope:      Portage Road Bridge Overpass and Buckeye Road Bridge Overpass

Construction utilized ~975 yd3 concrete masonry; grading, base aggregates, concrete curb and gutter, street lighting and landscaping.

 Dane County

Madison: Todd Drive Interchange/South Madison Beltline

WisDOT:  1206-06-74, 1206-06-75

Scope:      Todd Drive Interchange/South Madison Beltline

Provided Construction Engineering staff for the $13 million of reconstruction over the 2 year period of construction 2006 to 2007 affecting roadway between Verona Road and Fish Hatchery Road. In 2006, the Todd Drive frontage roads were completely reconstructed and in 2007 the Beltline was base patched and paved with HMA E-10. The projects were staged to accommodate local businesses and Beltline commuters.