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Quantico Construction Projects On Tap for Winter Completion

By JOHN HOLLIS
Marine Corps Base Quantico
August 30, 2014 9:00 am

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An aerial photograph of the construction of the Marine Corps University building aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., August 14, 2014. The photograph was taken to show each phase of the construction process. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Patrick H. Owens/ Released)[Photo By: Cpl. Patrick H. Owens]

An aerial photograph of the construction of the Marine Corps University building aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., August 14, 2014. The photograph was taken to show each phase of the construction process. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Patrick H. Owens/ Released)[Photo By: Cpl. Patrick H. Owens]

QUANTICO, Va. – As the calendar draws closer to the start of its fourth quarter, two of the most prominent construction projects aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico are on schedule for completion.

Traffic relief will be a step closer too with next month’s scheduled completion of the Russell Road Phase II project, and Marine Corps University’s expansion is on tap for occupancy by Jan. 2.

The latest phase is Russell Road’s second of three planned stages designed to ultimately widen the half mile of road between the Marine Corps Federal Credit Union and the Davis Center from two to four lanes. The project has proven a challenge at times to base traffic with partial road closures during peak traffic hours in the morning and late afternoon.

The $6 million Russell Road Phase II endeavor, which involves the relocation of sanitary sewer and the installation of a storm water pipe underway, in addition to adding two new traffic lanes, is tentatively slated for completion in early December. Work on this project is being performed by Arlington-based Corinthian Contractors.

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