75th Ave Mill and Overlay


City of Peoria


Peoria, Arizona

Date Completed

October 2014

This two mile long project involved milling and overlaying including removing and replacing 3,951 square yards of existing asphalt 5″ thick, edge milling 26,470 square yards at 14′ wide, profile milling 30,927 square yards at 1″ deep, sand crack filling over 48,000 lineal feet, and furnishing and placing 6,468 tons of D-1/2 high volume hot mix asphalt with Forta-Fi fiber reinforcement. This project was delivered on time and on budget. The Banicki team proposed and the City accepted a Value Engineering option of using fiber reinforced asphalt with a modified mat thickness, giving the city an additional mile of pavement without increasing the project cost. Lane closures were minimized in order to maintain traffic flow during peak and off-peak hours. Banicki JOC field crews utilized certified flaggers to maintain access for construction materials delivery without obstructing traffic flow. Banicki closely coordinated with City field inspectors to ensure inspection schedules were closely tied to planned nightly work, enabling the team to achieve schedule benchmarks. Our JOC Division provided project cost estimating for over $1.8M worth of work within one week of the initial task order while successfully reducing overall project cost through the use of innovative fiber reinforcement materials.