Mountain View Corridor Honored by ENR Mountain States as a Regional Best Project

Michael Baker’s Mountain View Corridor; 4100 South to 5400 South project was recognized as ENR Mountain States Best Project in the Highway/Bridge category.

As one of the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT)’s top projects of 2017, phase two of the Mountain View Corridor project added 2.5 miles of greenfield roadway from 5400 South to 4100 South in West Valley City and included the completion of 14 mainline bridges, seven pedestrian bridges, intersection reconstruction, and safety improvements in impacted areas. The completion of this latest phase of the project focused on forward compatibility to accommodate future build-out of the corridor, and quality design for long-lasting, low-maintenance infrastructure.

Michael Baker, as part of the Ralph L. Wadsworth/Staker Parsons Companies design-build team, served as the lead designer for the second phase of the project, which included the full design and construction of a new greenfield segment of the corridor, including a roadway, structures and a shared-use path, to allow for future growth and mobility.