UC Pavement Research Center
Harvey, John T., Nicholas J. Santero, Hojung Lee, Willem du Toit, Mary Grace Fermo (2005) Evaluation of I-710 Long Beach (07-1384U4) Long-Life Pavement Rehabilitation Costs. Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, Research Report UCPRC-TM-2005-06
For this study, cost performances were analyzed for a long-life pavement project on Interstate 710 in Long Beach (EA 07-1384U4) from Route 1 to the Route 405 and 710 separation. Data for this analysis was gathered through the kind cooperation of Caltrans in District 7.
A 4.4-km stretch (total of 26.3 lane-km) of the Interstate 710 was rehabilitated by resurfacing of the existing PCC pavement structure with long-life AC over eight 55-hour weekend closures. The contract was awarded to Excel Paving Company at about $16,743,676.50. Construction began at the end of February 2001 and was completed at the end of 2004.