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  • Interstate 35, Highway 9 and Lindsey Street

    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 …

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  • Oklahoma City Crosstown Expressway

    Manhattan Road & Bridge Company team members performed approximately 750,000 work hours combined on the Oklahoma City Crosstown Expressway projects. The bridge construction types include post-tensioned, cast-in-place box girders, pre-stressed concrete beams and structural steel. Other work included paved ditches, erosion control, reinforced box culverts, asphalt and concrete paving, lighting and traffic control devices. Both railroads …

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  • Lewis Bridge over 1-44

    Manhattan Road & Bridge, with joint venture partner Allen Contracting, worked on the fourth and final phase of the I-44 widening project encompassing the Lewis Avenue corridor portion (Lewis Bridge over 1-44). The project included the replacement of Lewis Avenue Bridge over 1-44 and realigned a curve in the interstate, moving the entire freeway to …

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  • I-40 over Canadian River

    The I-40 over Canadian River was awarded by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) for the replacement of two 2500′ bridges with 28′-0″ clear roadway. The existing bridge structures were originally constructed in the late 1950’s and had surpassed their useful life. The new bridge structures are 2601.66′ in length with a 41′-0″ clear roadway. …

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  • County Road over the Illinois River

    The County Road over the Illinois River is located in Cherokee County on Highway 10. Work began on Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s State Aid Project No. CIRB-111C(081)RB in the Spring of 2014. Project Manager, Todd Strande, General Superintendent, Tony Mounce and Superintendent Bo Rowan as well as many hard working field personnel successfully and safely …

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