Construction Delays in Shell Canyon
Written by Andrew-Rossi on July 16, 2018
A $1.8 million project to replace timber retaining walls with mechanically-stabilized earth retaining walls is continuing on Highway 14 through Shell Canyon.
Wyoming Department of Transportation resident engineer Michael Miller of Basin says concrete barrier and traffic signal systems have been installed for one-way traffic operations in Shell Canyon at two different locations. He says that drivers should expect two-minute traffic delays at each wall stop, adding that a 12-foot width restriction is in place on this project.
The Highway 14 wall construction locations are between 23 and 25 miles east of Greybull.
Wilson Brothers Construction of Cowley is the prime contractor on the project, with a completion date scheduled for the end of October.