Townsend-Winona Pavement Project

What's New... 

5/04/17: This week’s punch list projects for the substantially-complete Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT)-managed Townsend-Winona Pavement Project included guardrail installation, seeding and retaining wall drainage slab work. The project area is scheduled to be double chip sealed in June after which final striping will be installed.

Project Overview

The Townsend-Winona Pavement Projects were necessary to improve and extend the service life of the deteriorated stretch of Townsend-Winona Road between Rio Rancho Road and Interstate 40 (I-40). The projects included a mill and overlay of more than six miles of roadway as well as widened multimodal lanes, roadside drainage improvements, installation of new guardrails and school-bus pullouts and the restriping of the roadway.

ADOT-Managed Project: Leupp to I-40 Construction 

Start Date:                October 2016
Completion:              May 2017 
Status:                      Completed 
Project Engineer:      Parsons Brinckerhoff
Project Contractor:   C and E Paving & Grading
Est. Const. Cost:      $2.2 Million
Funding Source:       Proposition 403

Project Features:

* Pavement Rehabilitation
* Widened Multimodal Lanes
* Guardrail Replacement and New Guardrails
* Roadway Restriping 

County-Managed Project: Rio Rancho to Leupp 

Construction Start Date: Mid-May 2016
Completion: Mid-August 2016
Status: Project Completed
Project Engineer: Woodson Engineering & Surveying, Inc.
Project Contractor: Fann Contracting, Inc.
Estimated Construction Cost: $3.3 Million
Funding Source: Proposition 403 

Project Features:

* Pavement Rehabilitation
* Widened Multimodal Lanes
* Roadside Drainage Improvements
* New School-Bus Pullouts
* Guardrail Replacement and New Guardrails
* Roadway Restriping
* Drainage Enhancements at the intersections of Townsend-Winona Road and Lumberjack Boulevard, Cosnino Road & Leupp Road