Timpanogos Cave Visitors Center – 2019 Most Outstanding Parks/Recreation Project


Published on January 13th, 2020 | by UC&D Magazine A sleek, yet rustic design graces this beautiful new $4 million project, located at one of Utah County’s most popular natural outdoor attractions–The Timpanogos Cave National Monument.  Built to LEED Silver standards, major construction items for the visitor’s center included a new 4,000 SF building,

Timpanogos Cave Visitors Center – 2019 Most Outstanding Parks/Recreation Project2020-05-22T22:06:08+00:00

Soaring Canyon Bridge – 2019 Most Outstanding Concrete/Structure Project


Published on January 12th, 2020 | by UC&D Magazine With constrained space for the crane and multiple trades working on site, the challenging logistics made for a wonderful project with the Soaring Canyon Bridge. The bridge construction team carefully planned deliveries up the steep terrain and to the space-constrained site, meeting with the homebuilder

Soaring Canyon Bridge – 2019 Most Outstanding Concrete/Structure Project2020-05-22T22:20:58+00:00

Utah’s $180M I-15 Southbound Project Increases Capacity


With a burgeoning population on track to nearly double over the next 50 years, Utah is facing considerable challenges in keeping up with escalating travel demands on roads and transit systems. Salt Lake County, for example, is projected to add nearly 600,000 new residents by 2065 – roughly one-fifth of the state’s total population

Utah’s $180M I-15 Southbound Project Increases Capacity2020-05-22T17:43:38+00:00

A Bridge for Bear Canyon


Built by Ralph Wadsworth, Bridge Diverts Hikers from Watershed Article Linnea Lundgren | Photography Provided Suspension bridges have long been part of the world’s mountainous regions and now Draper’s ridges can join that rank. Look eastward on Pioneer Road, continue upwards to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, and there you’ll see the 185-foot-long bridge over

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I-80 Summit Park Bridges


Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction Company, LLC (RLW) was awarded the I-80 Summit Park Bridge replacement by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) in March, 2011. Both the eastbound and west bound bridges over Aspen Drive near Summit Park were replaced with more efficient single-span bridges. The Summit Park bridges span a busy commuter corridor

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