Barletta Heavy Division Inc.

The $67 million Casey Overpass project replaces the Monsignor William J. Casey overpass in Boston, and is scheduled to be complete in the summer of 2018. The project also includes upgrades and new infrastructure for commuter rail service. Barletta Heavy Division Inc.

Barletta Heavy Division Inc. (BHD) is more than one-third through the construction of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation's (MassDOT) $137.6 million Needham-Wellesley I-95 Add-A-Lane project in Needham, a suburb of Boston. Construction began in January 2015, and is expected to be complete by April 25, 2019.

Pardon the pun, but the nine spaghetti ramps have pasta their prime and effectiveness. MassDOT has launched the latest and last of Gov. Deval Patrick’s five mega bridge projects, the removal of the viaduct and bridge spaghetti ramps that twist and turn off the Braga Bridge, just under the downtown center of Fall River, Mass.

It has endured for nearly a century, four generations of family, as strong as the structures it has built. Yet, amazingly, Barletta Companies — a renowned firm that has had a part in building some of the most famous projects in and around Boston for decades —began with a single shovel.

Only 2 mi. of Interstate 93 south of Manchester, NH, have been directly affected by the rehabilitation of four different bridges along the highway. Once the work is finished, though, traffic flow for miles up and down the highway will be greatly improved. The Interstate is one of the primary routes north out of Boston, so many travelers headed toward the mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont have to squeeze through the bottleneck there.