Cost: $45 million

Ayres Associates designed the reconstruction of 5 mi of I-94 from the Badger Interchange (I-90) on the east side of Madison, Wis., to just east of the CTH �N� interchange.

I-94 Reconstruction, Madison, Wis.
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I-94 Reconstruction, Madison, Wis.

The existing four-lane segment from I-90 to CTH �N� will be reconstructed and expanded from four to six lanes.

The project includes the construction of eight new bridges, replacement of two box culverts and temporary widening of four existing bridges for traffic staging. Extensive traffic control plans are required to maintain four lanes of traffic at all times during construction.

Services include field survey, report preparation, right-of-way plats, storm water design, structure design and final plans and specifications.

Construction of this $45 million project began in 2009 and is scheduled to be completed in 2011.

Key Facts

Start/Completion: April 2009/October 2011

Owner: Wisconsin DOT, Madison, Wis.

Contractor: Zignego Co. Inc., Waukesha, Wis.

Civil/Structural Engineer: Ayres Associates, Madison