When Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) officials noticed a number of bridges on I-70 between Cove Fort and Sevier with bridge decks showing signs of significant wear, they started the process of updating them. The 20-mile project includes replacing the deck concrete on 14 parallel bridges to extend the life of the structures and provide an improved driving surface. Paving crews will follow, overlaying the roadway with asphalt. UDOT hired W.W. Clyde & Co. as the project’s general contractor. The company is a heavy civil construction firm based out of Orem, Utah. W.W. Clyde then hired Lyman, Wyoming-based Redi Services for the bridge concrete removal portion. The contractor provides a number of services, with a focus on hydro-blasting.