Significant highway improvements were needed along an approximate 3.8-mile stretch on northbound Route 28 to ease congestion and mobility. Work included bridge reconstruction/rehabilitation, wall construction, roadway reconstruction/widening, drainage, guide rail, concrete barrier, curb, landscaping, highway lighting, signing and pavement marking, signals, and other miscellaneous construction.
- 30,000 cubic yards of concrete
- 30,000 cubic yards of structural backfill and subbase
- 2,700 tons structural steel and bearing pile components
- 34 months of construction
- General contractor
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Owner: Pennsylvania Department of Transportation