12th Annual Through the Lens: Transportation Construction in Photos

Over the summer, “Transportation Builder” staff asked ARTBA member firms and public agencies to submit their best photos of transportation construction projects from across the nation to run in the magazine’s 12th Annual “Through the Lens: Transportation Construction in Pictures.”

As in previous years, we received some excellent photos. ARTBA members provided shining examples of the industry’s excellent work in designing, building and improving America’s transportation network.

Thanks to those who submitted the outstanding images below!

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A view from the rear of the gantry of the PANYNJ Bayonne Bridge project, spanning the Kill Van Kull from Staten Island, N.Y. to Bayonne, N.J.

Photographer: Mike Cameron
Submitted by: HDR

Second Avenue Subway, New York City MTA Capital Construction Company, New York, N.Y.

Photographer: David Lloyd
Submitted by: AECOM

This PPTA (P3) project provided new alignment of a 4-lane bypass for Route 58 near Laurel Fork, Virginia. The hilly terrain required major side hill cuts and steep embankments.

Photographer: Barry Frank, P.E.
Submitted by: Branch Highways, Inc.

Construction crew forming a bridge pier/support for a Georgia Express Lanes flyover in Canton, Georgia.

Photographer: Cedric Mohr
Submitted by: Georgia Department of Transportation

Congress Parkway Streetscape in Chicago, Illinois.

Photographer: Erich Schrempp
Submitted by: John Burns Construction Company

Cleveland Innerbelt Eastbound Bridge in Cleveland, Ohio.

Photographer: Matt Pawlak
Submitted by: KCI Technologies Inc.

The Hulton Bridge spans the Allegheny River and the Norfolk Southern Railroad to connect Harmar Township and Oakmont Borough located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Photographer: Christopher Vollmer, P.E., PMP
Submitted by: Gannett Fleming

The I-55 Split Diamond Interchange in Madison, Mississippi was completed in May 2015 and is one of the few 8-lane highway systems in the state.

Photographer: Mississippi Department of Transportation
Submitted by: Mississippi Department of Transportation

I-96/US-23 Interchange in Livingston County, Michigan.

Photographer: ©2015 MDOT Photography Unit
Submitted by: Toebe Construction LLC

Taking a peek between nine-foot tall steel plate girders to the marine construction down below. Moses Wheeler Bridge Replacement in Stratford, Connecticut.

Photographer: Albert Muzzi
Submitted by: PCL Civil Constructors, Inc.

Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Design-Build in Boston, Massachusetts.

Photographer: Mark Flannery
Submitted by: STV

Sylvan Ave. Bridge over Trinity River in Dallas, Texas.

Photographer: Roger Hein, Heinsight Photography
Submitted by: Webber, LLC

The eastbound arch of the Margaret McDermott Bridge, outside of Interstate 30 connecting West Dallas to downtown Dallas in Texas.

Photographer: PLC Staff
Submitted by: Texas Department of Transportation

Heathcliff Road over Stillwater River in Montgomery County, Ohio.

Photographer: Kyle O’Daniel
Submitted by: Stupp Bridge Company, a Division of Stupp Bros., Inc.

Richfield Municipal Airport Runway 1/9 in Utah. The project consisted of geotextile fabric, 21 inches of sub base, 8 inches of aggregate base and 4 inches of asphalt for the surface.

Photographer: Hales Sand & Gravel
Submitted by: Oldcastle, Inc.

Work on Sharpe Bros.’ “streetscaping” project to improve a section of High Point Road in Greensboro, N.C.

Photographer: Carl Thiemann, communications director, Vecellio Group, Inc.
Submitted by: Vecellio Group, Inc., corporate parent of Sharpe Bros.

The dismantling of the East Span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge in California.

Photographer: Sam Burbank
Submitted by: California Engineering Contractors/Silverado Joint Venture

The I-95 Express Toll Lanes/MD 43 Interchange Project in White Marsh, Maryland. Gray & Son, Inc. performed the asphalt paving as a subcontractor to Cherry Hill Construction, Inc.

Photographer: Peter Placke
Submitted by: Gray & Son, Inc.

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