Webber Wins $63.8M I-35 Expansion Project

Tue July 16, 2019 - West Edition #15
Webber LLC


The $63.8 million project consists on the reconstruction  of 6.2 mi. of IH 35 and its frontage roads on the north side of New Braunfels, Texas.
The $63.8 million project consists on the reconstruction of 6.2 mi. of IH 35 and its frontage roads on the north side of New Braunfels, Texas.

Webber LLC was the low bidder for the Texas Department of Transportation project on IH 35 in Comal County. The project was bid at $63.8 million and will be built in 25 months.

The project consists on the reconstruction of 6.2 mi. of IH 35 and its frontage roads on the north side of New Braunfels, Texas. The project will include two overpass bridges over Conrad Lane/Kohlenberg Road and another one over Parkway. The project also will include 143,000 sq. ft. of MSE retaining walls and 135,000 sq. ft. of temporary retaining wire walls.

"This was another great win for Webber that is a testament to our business concept," said Josh Goyne, president of the Webber Heavy Civil division. "Collaboration between our estimating, procurement, operations and engineering services to bid smart with innovative ideas that condense our project schedule, allowing Webber to finish a project in less time and give the improved roads back to the traveling public sooner."

The project is scheduled to begin September 2019 and with substantial completion expected in the Fall of 2021.

About Webber LLC

Founded in 1963, Webber is one of the largest general contractors in Texas and known for its award-winning projects in transportation, waterworks and commercial construction. Webber also specializes in environmentally friendly and recycled construction materials that eliminate the use of about 1.5 million cu. yds. of landfill space annually while supplying contractors with quality recycled and locally sourced materials.

For more information, visit wwebber.com.




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