July 14, 2016
CONTACT: Marcia McAllister
200 Truckloads of Concrete Headed to Future Rail Yard May Slow Route 606, Evergreen Mills and Greenway on Saturday Afternoon, July 16
Traffic using Route 606 on the western edge of Dulles Airport and other eastern Loudoun roads may be slower than usual on Saturday, July 16, 2016, because of the delivery of 200 truckloads of concrete to the site of what will be the site of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project's future rail yard and maintenance facility being built on Dulles Airport property along Route 606.
Hensel Phelps, the contractor for the rail yard construction, has scheduled a large concrete placement (approximately 2,000 cubic yards) for the Service and Inspection Building (SIB) basement mat slab. Details are provided below:
WHAT: Concrete delivery (200 trucks) and three (3) concrete pump trucks for installation of the Basement Mat Slab at the Service and Inspection Building.
WHEN: Saturday July 16, 2016 between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
HOW: Trucks will travel from the Titan batch plant along Old Ox Road (Rt. 606) to the project site. Titan may use the Leesburg concrete batch plant as an alternate to the Sterling batch plant. Trucks traveling from the Leesburg plant will use the Greenway (Rt. 267) or Evergreen Mills Road (Rt. 621) to Old Ox Road (Rt. 606) to the project site.