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News » US » Ferrovial wins Texan road schemes » published 4 Jun 2018

Ferrovial wins Texan road schemes

Ferrovial subsidiary Webber has been awarded two new Texan road projects with a combined value of US$309m.

Webber, which is part of Ferrovial Agroman, is to build extra lanes to widen the SH 146 in Houston and the IH-10 in San Antonio.

SH 146 - an official hurricane evacuation corridor - will be widened to six lanes along a 4.36-mile stretch between Red Bluff Road and SH 96, south-east of Houston. The contract, worth US$201m, also includes building a 2.4-mile bridge over Galveston Bay. The project will begin in January 2019 and must be completed within five years.

At the IH-10, Webber will widen and upgrade the main lanes and add two lanes to the four currently available on the stretch between IH-410 and Loop 1604, south-east of San Antonio. It will also build four new bridges and widen an existing bridge. Work is scheduled to start in October 2019 and must be completed in 26 months.


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This article was published on 4 Jun 2018 (last updated on 4 Jun 2018).

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