This IDIQ contract helps in the maintenance of Arlington’s 974 lane miles of streets. Each year, the County identifies streets for paving based on pavement conditions, traffic volumes, and planned construction by either the County or private developers.
Fort Myer responsibilities include: pothole repairs, replacement of damaged roadway sections, helping preserve the asphalt base, and maintaining surfaces to extend their useful life.
This IDIQ contract is under the Arlington County Asphalt Maintenance program, that repairs potholes, resurfaces streets by replacing the top 1½ to 2 inches of asphalt by milling and paving the roadway surface of older, deteriorated streets.
“Road maintenance may not be exciting, but it affects everyone in the County,” said Arlington County Board Chair Libby Garvey. “The County is committed to investing in our roads — so that all drivers, walkers and cyclists can travel safely and comfortably.”