Burma Road

The Burma Road project involved 2.8 miles of reconstruction, realigning and paving of Burma Road which serves as a bypass for many travelers trying to avoid SH-97 along Lake Coeur d’Alene. The project consisted of extensive retaining wall systems which included seven soil nail and MSE retaining walls.  The project contained 175,000 CY of excavation and 15,000 CY of that material was removed through controlled blasting.  Also included was a 15’x10’x85’ fish passage as well as numerous private and public approach improvements consisting of 12”, 18”, 24” and 36” culvert pipes.