J.F. Allen Company completes the 5 mile stretch of the Appalachian Corridor H Highway in Hardy County. Stretching from Moorefield to Forman, this job features the moving of 10 Million yards of material, the largest grade and drain project awarded in the state of West Virginia.
J.F. Allen Company builds the new 3.8 mile access road for the National Boy Scout Camp located in Glen Jean. The company receives a performance bonus for completing the project ahead of schedule. Officially called “The Summit Bechtel Family National Reserve”, the facility entrance road leaves a lasting impression on the thousands of Boy Scouts it welcomes every year, including over 300,000 visitors every four years when the site hosts the National Jamboree.
J.F. Allen Company completes the widening of West Virginia Route 2 in Moundsville along the Ohio River. The project scope includes engineering design and the widening of approximately 1 mile of WV Route 2 from two to four lanes. J.F. Allen Company is the first West Virginia contractor selected for a design-build project administered by the West Virginia Department of Highways.
J.F. Allen Company completes the remaining new highway section of Corridor H from Davis to Bismarck. This includes the of moving 2.7 million yards of dirt, 9.9 miles of new highway and 6.4 miles of new bike path. Upon completion of this project, J.F. Allen Company has now completed over 35 miles of construction in this important corridor.
Located in Ritchie County, West Virginia, J.F. Allen Company is awarded the Husher’s Run Road Improvement Project. This project consists of road upgrades including ditching and widening (from 10ft to 16ft), the installation of an arch pipe bridge, full depth reclamation (FDR), and paving. The length of the road is approximately 2 miles, and the project was completed on a tight timeframe.
J.F. Allen Company crews are wrapping up the “Wick Run Road Upgrade Project” for Antero Resources in Tyler County, West Virginia. The job consists of widening 6 miles of roadway, upgrading drainage culverts, fixing existing base failures, and adding a box culvert bridge. The box culvert bridge includes 8 sections weighing 40,000 pounds each.