Manhattan Road & Bridge and Sherwood Construction teamed for the Interstate 35, Highway 9 and Lindsey Street project. It included all roadway, earthwork, retaining walls, and the construction of a new Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI) bridge at the intersection of Lindsey Street and Interstate 35, construction of three single span steel girder bridges at the Highway 9 and Interstate 35 interchange and construction of two triple 10’x12’ RCB extensions.
Requirements of the Interstate 35, Highway 9 and Lindsey Street project included building four corners of the SPUI, close down Lindsey Street to traffic, demo the existing bridge, and build the interior portion of the SPUI Bridge.
Interstate 35, Highway 9 and Lindsey Street is 39,577 linear feet of driven piling for abutments/pier, 21,600 cubic yards of concrete for structures, 7055 linear feet of pre-stressed concrete beams, 1,340,595 pounds of structural steel, 2,131,046 pounds of reinforcing steel, and 2,250 cubic yards of concrete for ditch liner.
This was the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s largest project at the time.