WGI’s design-build project, I-75 Design-Build from South of SR 50 to Hernando/Sumter County Line, was recognized by the ACEC-FL Outstanding Projects Awards Committee as a 2020 Outstanding Major Project.
VIDEO: Wekiva Parkway Segment 6 Project Overview
WGI’s Senior Vice President of Transportation, Nancy Clements, is on-site at the Wekiva Parkway Segment 6 Project where she discusses the environmentally sensitive Wekiva River and highlights the conscientious design aspects and features that were implemented during the construction phase of the segmental bridge.
Wekiva Parkway Segment 6 is one of the final segments connecting SR 429 to the west, and I-4 to the east, which ultimately creates the Western Beltway on the west side of Orlando.
The Wekiva Bridge spans 360 ft and was constructed from the top down in order to protect the surrounding environment during the construction phase and provide an undisturbed and safe habitat for wildlife after completion.
We are proud to be working on this transformative project with our design-build partner Superior Construction. WGI’s Transportation Team has worked on multiple diverse and environmentally conscientious projects like Wekiva Parkway Segment 6. Get in touch with our transportation experts today and let’s discuss how WGI can help you with your next major project.
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WGI’s Kali McNeile and David Lutz recently presented their 3D Bridge Modeling Case Study at the 2020 ACEC-FL Annual Conference Webinar Series.
WGI is celebrating the engineering profession with our PE’s and aspiring PE’s around the nation for the fourth annual Professional Engineers Day!
The $233-million I-75 Express Lanes Design-Build project created a 3.1-mile, four-lane tolled roadway within a 166-ft-wide median of Interstate 75.
Construction for the Wekiva Parkway Section 6 project is over 50% completed and is slated to be finished in March of 2021.