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I-96 Reconstruction


  • Total Project Investment: $149 million
  • Location: Livonia and Redford Township, MI

Winner of Engineering News Record’s Midwest “Best Highway/Bridge Project” in 2015, the “96fix” project was a complete reconstruction of seven miles of I-96 performed under a full freeway closure from just east of I-275 to US-24.

The project included widening and new concrete pavement and barrier walls, 37 bridge replacements or rehabilitation, retaining wall reconstruction, storm, and sanitary sewers, water main, sidewalks, curb and gutters, guardrail, fence, landscaping, signs, freeway lighting, ITS, and a pump station rehabilitation.

C.A. Hull was responsible for all bridge rehabilitation and bridge approach work on this project. 4 million pounds of reinforcing steel and 78,300 cubic yards of ready-mix structural concrete. Staying on schedule was critical and the project was successfully completed in 5.5 months with nearly $1 million of work completed each day.