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Littleton Station - Fitchburg Commuter Rail Improvement Project

Littleton, Massachusetts

Client/Owner: Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA)
8,700 CY Earth Excavation
800 CY Rock Excavation
324 LF 3' - 3.5' Dia. Caissons
About This Project
LM Heavy Civil Construction, LLC (LMH) served as prime contractor for the construction of a new commuter rail station designed to better serve ridership along the Route 2/495 corridor in Littleton, Massachusetts replacing an existing, outdated facility as part of a $159 million upgrade project on the Fitchburg Commuter Rail Line. This important commuter rail station replacement project included a new 800 LF high level, center island platform, with a platform canopy, a pedestrian overpass, platform access, drop-off area, sidewalks and plaza. The installation of lighting system, variable message sign system, and signage swear also included in the project. The work involved 8,700 CY of excavation and 800 CY of rock excavation, 216 LF of 3' diameter caissons and 108 LF of 3.5' diameter caissons (for a total of 324 LF). All the work was preformed without loss of service as the existing station continued to function.
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