Jersey barrier

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Jersey barrier

n.
A protective concrete barrier used as a highway divider and a means of preventing access to a prohibited area.

[From the fact that they were first used on the New Jersey Turnpike, an important toll road in New Jersey .]
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Tenders are invited for pre-cast k-rail concrete barrier, 10-feet in length, 32" high x 24" wide at base, pin & loop connection with lifting holes, minimum 5,000 psi concrete, reinforcing steel per astm 615, meeting caltrans standard plan t3 for type k temporary railing.
Early works comprise relocation of the dewatering system and lines in proximity to the proposed improvements, a Jersey barrier K-rail along the east side of the existing shoulder to separate traffic from construction activities, and removal of the existing guard rail and lighting poles on the east side of the existing roadway.
The test fill was constructed by stacking two lifts of K-rail sections to form a square box.
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Tenders are invited for work consists of installation of k-rail, trafficcontrol measures, modify existing chain link fence and pre-filled sand bags
Locating concrete K-rail, safety-shaped barriers (half of a Jersey-type barrier) in front of the sound wall, instead of placing the sound wall panels on the barriers as would normally be done, also decreased construction costs.
Under this offer, company has provided bulk discounts mainly on used barriers including concrete planters, water-filled barricades, and k-rail barriers.
Tenders are invited for K-rail precast concrete vehicular control, 10 foot length, 4,000 pounds.