Built completely from scratch and funded by the Utah Community Impact Board, this road serves the Sevier County community and the Sufco mine. Completion of the road connected the Sufco mine to State Route 10, saving 23 miles on each coal haul. This project included design, right-of-way acquisition and construction engineering. It included multi-agency coordination with federal and state entities, environmental documentation, and operational right-of-way. This project received the 2014 Earth Day “Best Practices” Award; Utah Construction & Design’s 2013 Outstanding Project Award; and American Council of Engineering Companies’ Merit Award.