(Over $10 Million)
First Place—FIGG: South Norfolk Jordan Bridge
The South Norfolk Jordan Bridge linking Chesapeake and Portsmouth in Virginia opened to traffic in October 2012, providing faster connections, more capacity, bigger clearances, and breathtaking views to enhance the quality of life in the surrounding community.
(Under $100 Million)
First Place—Reeves Construction Co., West Division, Georgia Dept. of Transportation and Lehigh Technologies: Highway 247, Bibb and Houston Counties
This project set the green standard for asphalt paving during the milling and repaving of five miles of Highway 247. The team used 20,000 recycled tires to create nearly 28,000 tons of crumb rubber modified asphaltic concrete pavement.
(Over $100 Million)
First Place—NorthGate Constructors (Joint Venture of Kiewit and Zachry Construction): The DFW Connector Project The $1-billion DFW Connector is aimed at improving mobility and air quality for the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s 250,000 daily commuters.
Second Place—LBJ Infrastructure Group and Trinity Infrastructure: The LBJ Express Project The LBJ Express Project is a public-private partnership valued at $3.2 billion that will reconstruct approximately 17 miles of highway around Dallas.