Jordanelle Parkway

Owner: MIDA (Military Installation Development Authority) – end owner is Wasatch County
General Contractor: Reynolds Excavation Demolition & Utilities A CRH Company
Start Date: October 2018
Completion Date: December 2020
Subcontractors or Key Contractors: 3-Rivers Drilling and Blasting; Hunt Electric, Inc.; Anchor retaining Walls; Western Paving; Rowser Construction; Silver Leaf SWPPP
Materials Used on Project and Quantities:

  • 500,000 CY cut/fill work
  • 200,000 CY drilled and blasted material
  • 49,000 tons of onsite crushed material for sub-base material
  • 54,000 Ton of state spec roadbase
  • 21,000 Ton of HMA. 13,700 LF of water line
  • 3,400 LF of sanitary sewer
  • 25,000 LF of conduit and conductor for power
  • 59,000 LF of communication conduit
  • 19,000 lf of 8” gas line
  • 4,500 LF of storm drain, 41 storm drain inlet boxes

Jordanelle Parkway is a $17.8 million dollar 3.75-mile-long road winding along the northwesterly side of Jordanelle reservoir from US-40 to SR-248. It provides access for the development of land and crucial ingress/egress for future large-scale resort development planned for the area. It includes a paved trail for recreational access to hiking and mountain biking trails.