IH 45 South Expansion

TxDOT | Galveston County, Texas

The expansion of IH 45 South in Galveston County was designed with the goal of expanding the interstate and improving mobility in a region that has seen continuous growth in recent years. Binkley & Barfield | DCCM provided utility relocation and inspection (including water line, communication cable, and gas line), grading, concrete pavement, asphalt-stabilized base, cement- and lime-treated base/subgrade, bridge structures, storm sewer, and detentions.

Construction of the widening of a freeway facility consisted of grading, concrete pavement, asphalt-stabilize base, cement-treated base, lime-treated subgrade, asphalt concrete pavement, bridge structures, storm sewers, detention ponds, retaining walls, signing, pavement markings, traffic signals, continuous lighting, and traffic management system.

Binkley & Barfield | DCCM was selected to perform utility coordination, subsurface utility engineering, and utility inspection for the entire project.

Binkley & Barfield | DCCM provided utility coordination and relocation for Frontier, AT&T, Comcast, CenterPoint Energy gas, Texas-New Mexico Power, and Phonoscope. Binkley & Barfield | DCCM performed subsurface utility engineering to identify the existing 39-inch encased water line (City of League City) that hindered the construction of the drilled shaft and stone columns along abutment No. 1 on the SH 96 bridge widening.

Binkley & Barfield | DCCM was also entrusted by TxDOT to review and approve permit applications for proposed relocation for the entire project.

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