The East Corridor consists of 22.8 miles of commuter light rail with 7 stations. Iron Woman completed the relocation and upgrades for water and sewer systems, the modification and encasement of two Denver Water Conduits, and installation of several jacked-bored water lines and sanitary sewer lines underneath active Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad lines. This new connection between Denver Union Station and Denver International Airport was a showcase project for the region.
This multi-jurisdictional project required effective communication to coordinate the efforts of various districts, agencies and subcontractors engaged in the work. On a technical basis, notable challenges included the installation of a deep sanitary sewer line with a sanitary force main in heavy groundwater requiring significant dewatering activities.
Denver Transit Constructors
Regional Transportation District (RTD)
$6.3 million, Multi-Year Project
Colorado’s continued Front Range growth demands transportation solutions that keep pace with the region’s needs. The Eagle P3 Commuter Rail Line Project was one piece of a comprehensive plan being delivered that is helping to keep the area’s economic momentum moving forward. Iron Woman participated in multiple Eagle P3 scopes of work and we truly valued the opportunity to keep our home town a great place to live and work.