The DIA Westin Hotel and Light Rail Expansion utility infrastructure buildout consisted of significant storm and sanitary sewer installations performed by Iron Woman. The earthwork portion included excavation of a variety of materials for the trunk infrastructure, followed by appropriate backfill activities. Maintaining access to the airport was a critical requirement for the City and County of Denver; Iron Woman’s successful management of substantial amounts dirt and spoils throughout the entire project contributed to this requirement being met.
Utilities: Storm & Sanitary Sewer
- Installation of more than 9,000 LF RCP storm drainage ranging in size from 18” to 60”, with 90 manholes and inlets
- 6,000 LF of 4” & 8” perforated pipe underdrain and 528 LF of 4” non-perforated pipe underdrain
- Installation of 1500 LF 12” PVC sewer main at a depth of 20 vertical feet
Civil: Excavation & Earthwork
- Significant rock excavation
- Soil excavation and shoring
- 4,674 structural backfill and flowfill
Transportation & Disposal
- 458 tons of aggregate delivered
- Export and disposal of spoils
- 298 cy of concrete removed
PRIME / CLIENT
Kiewit Building Group
City & County of Denver, Department of Aviation
- Civil & Site Services
- Utilities (Water, Storm, and Sanitary)
Iron Woman’s installation of the trunk infrastructure was part of the RTD’s $1.03 billion Eagle P3 project and DIA’s $580 million Westin Hotel project. Iron Woman’s initial contract value was $65,000 and grew to over $3.3 million as we continued to add value as a project partner. In addition to Iron Woman’s strong utility team in and out of the field, critical coordination was seamlessly managed through our integrated services which included an in-house trucking group.
- Iron Woman contributed to the project’s success through strong communication & coordination with other site subcontractors
- Integrated services included utilities, civil & trucking to deliver on all the demands of this high-profile project
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Denver International Airport celebrates the opening of an integrated hotel and transit center. The new Hotel and Transit Center is made up of a 519-room Westin Hotel and conference center and a public transit center including a commuter rail station connecting the airport with downtown Denver. The new transit space will have a public plaza that will serve as a venue for entertainment and relaxation.
Rail service starts in 2016.