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File #: 22-5529    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Report Status: Passed
File created: 9/6/2022 In control: Commissioners Court
On agenda: 9/13/2022 Final action: 9/13/2022
Title: Request for approval of a Study Report prepared by Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc. for Miller Road 2 Pavement Redesign from US 90 to approximately 550 feet north of Wallisville Road, UPIN 22101MF2CW01, Precinct 1.
Attachments: 1. 22-5529 Study Report - Miller Road 2 P1.pdf
Department: County Engineer
Department Head/Elected Official: Milton Rahman, PhD, P.E., PMP, CFM, County Engineer

Regular or Supplemental RCA: Regular RCA

Type of Request: Report

Project ID (if applicable): 22101MF2CW01
Vendor/Entity Legal Name (if applicable): Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc.

MWDBE Contracted Goal (if applicable): N/A
MWDBE Current Participation (if applicable): N/A
Justification for 0% MWDBE Participation Goal: N/A - Goal not applicable to request

Request Summary (Agenda Caption):
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Request for approval of a Study Report prepared by Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc. for Miller Road 2 Pavement Redesign from US 90 to approximately 550 feet north of Wallisville Road, UPIN 22101MF2CW01, Precinct 1.
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Background and Discussion:
Miller Road 2 is currently surfaced using Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete (HMAC). The existing road surface is in a state of disrepair due to the significant number of heavy vehicles traversing the corridor, access various adjacent heavy industrial developments. Ultimately the existing Miller Road 2 will be replaced with a reconstructed roadway, however this will not occur for some time and a more robust interim solution will be required.

The Study Report prepared by the Consultant explores the use of Joint Reinforced Concrete Pavement (JRCP), an alternative concrete pavement treatment not used in the Houston area but elsewhere in Texas and the nation, aiming to provide an extended service life compared to the existing HMAC treatment. Confirmation of the suitability of this treatment, along with traffic control considerations during construction, are elucidated in the Study Report.

Expected Impact:
The project will provide a longer life surfacing treatment, as compared to the existing HMAC surface, thus reducing maintenance requirements by the Precinct.

Alternative Options:
No Action - Condition of the roadways surface will continue to deteriorate, ultimately leading to total failure of the roadway and impa...

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