Project C-1 Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project C 1 Picture

The contractor shapes and brushes what will be the concrete railing for the future US 290 eastbound mainlane entrance before Mueschke.

Project D Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project D Left edit

Crews tie rebar for the widened US 290 westbound frontage road just west of Cypress Creek.

Project E Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project E Picture

The contractor dumps embankment for the widened US 290 eastbound mainlanes near Huffmeister. This will be compacted and concrete pavement poured on top.

Project F Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project F Picture

Crews have built most of the columns and caps to support the bridge beams on the US 290 westbound mainlanes over Eldridge Parkway. The contractor will later place beams and pour concrete decking on top, then connect the new structure to the existing.

Project G Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project G New WBFR Driveway at Senate 9

A crew builds a driveway for a property along US 290 westbound near Senate. Work on this project is substantially complete.

Project H Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project H New EBML Pavement at W. Little York 9

Traffic on US 290 eastbound was shifted to new pavement in the center between W. Little York and Fairbanks North Houston. Crews immediately began demolition of the old pavement to the right.

Project I Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project I LeftProject I Right

The contractor works on the US 290 eastbound retaining wall at Antoine. (left) Crews work on the bridge structure for the future US 290 eastbound mainlanes. (right)

Project J-1 Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project J 1 Picture

At left, motorists use the new I-610 northbound frontage road overpass. To the right of the frontage road is the direct connector from I-10 to I-610 eastbound and US 290, which is anticipated to open in May 2017.

Project J-2 Construction Pictures - April 2017

Project J 2 LeftProject J 2 Right

The contractor has completed the bent which will support the bridge beams on US 290 over Dacoma. (left) Crews have placed several beams for the new High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) structure near Hempstead Road. (right)

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