by KKBNA, Inc., Includes cover letter, dated October 25, 1985, with title: Investigation concerning causes of the failure of the pier table of Pier 6J of Structure No. F-16-MV of Ramp J of Colorado Project BRMU 0033(2), Larimer Viaduct., Report prepared for Colorado Department of Highways., Print version record.
This set of guidelines generally follows current practice in the Division for obtaining soil profiles and is intended to establish standardized procedures for use by the District Materials Sections in the performance of uniform and adequate soils investigations. It is not design manual. The recommendations presented herein are oriented toward the solution of such problems as pavement design, slope design, slope appearance, cost, landslides, embankment subsidence and settlement, excavation characteristics, expansive materials, drainage, and compaction characteristics. All of these problems are directly related to the character and distribution of soil and rock bodies both inside and out-side of the right-of-way, and to the influence of-surface and sub-surface water on these materials. With the proper amount and kind of samples and field information, the designers are provided with data denoting the types of materials to be encountered, the vertical and horizontal boundaries of the changes in these materials, and their strength and deformation characteristics. Adequate preliminary investigation will help prevent uneconomical over design and unforeseen failure resulting from under design., 1974-3 handwritten on cover., "December 1974." -- Footer., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed August 2022)
U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration and Colorado Department of Highways., "ʻComments and responses' report.", "April 1984.", Appendix B, "Public hearing transcript," is missing., Print version record.
Keith W. Berry & Charles R. Hines., "April 1983.", In cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration., Includes bibliographical references., Cover title., Technical report number: CDH/DTP/R-83/7., Print version record.
by Russell K. Livingston ; prepared in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Highways and the Federal Highway Administration., Includes bibliographical references (pages 30-33)., Print version record.
Reza Akhavan., In cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration., "September, 1989.", Includes bibliographical references., Cover title., Final report. 1985-1988., Technical Report number CDOH-DH-SML-89-11., Print version record.
A series of field reports by the Planning and Research Division of the Colorado Department of Highways, beginning in May 1978 and ending in October 1978 on two different projects on recycling hot mix bituminous pavement. One project reported on was on I-80 west of Laramie, Wyoming. The second set of reports are on a recycling project outside of Buena Vista, Colorado. Includes discussion on methods and equipment used and the results of the various techniques., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2022), Report number handwritten on cover 78-0a
Herbert N. Swanson., "September 1985.", Prepared in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration., Cover., Demonstration Seminar and Construction Report., Tech Report #: CDOH/DTP/R-85/11., Print version record.
The purpose of this study was to determine the feasibility of predicting quantities of rippable and non-rippable rock on proposed construction projects, using seismic soundings supplemented by test borings and electrical resistivity measurements. Six projects scheduled for construction in different geologic settings were selected for investigation and field work has been completed on all six. To date, only three of the projects have been constructed. Non-rippable material was encountered on only two of the projects constructed, and it was found that the distribution of this material was erratic due to the geologic conditions present., prepared by State Department of Highways, Division of Highways, State of Colorado Materials Division Engineering, Geology Unit ; in cooperation with U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration Bureau of Public Roads., "October 1969.", Includes bibliographical references (leaf 28)., Final report, Print version record.
Mark C. Safford [and] Herbert N. Swanson ; prepared for U.S. Federal Highway Administration., "December 1973.", Includes bibliographical references (page 11)., Cover., Final report., Report No. CDOH-P&R-R&SS-73-7, Print version record.
Werner Hutter., "Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.", Includes bibliographical references., Cover title., Report no. CDH-DTP-R-83-2., Print version record.
by Burrell B. Gerhardt ; prepared for Federal Highway Administration, Office of Development., Report number hand written on cover: CDOH 72-11., "Presented during Workshop on Expansive Clays and Shales in Highway Design and Construction, Denver, Colorado, December 13, 14, and 15, 1972." -- Cover., Report proceeded by 2 letters from the Federal Highway Administration which both published in 1973., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2022)