Known as one of Jacksonville’s busiest interchanges, this Design-Build project included operational improvements at the existing interchange of I-95 and SR 202 (J. Turner Butler Boulevard) to incorporate a southbound to eastbound flyover of the existing interchange. The project also included several ramp bridges, widening of the I-95 bridge over SR 202, a braided ramp bridge along SR 202, and concrete paving for the widening and reconstruction.
WGI provided survey and subsurface utility engineering (SUE) support for the design of significant ramp improvements, widening, and new signals. Close attention to the high volume of traffic (and proper MOT) was required for all field work. In addition, WGI completed the signing and marking, including numerous overhead truss and cantilever signs; signalization; survey; and SUE.
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