Ferrovial wins a contract to rebuild a section of I-35 in Texas for 81 million dollars

Ferrovial wins a contract to rebuild a section of I-35 in Texas for 81 million dollars

The US subsidiary recently announced the award of the expansion of this highway in San Antonio for 1,500 million dollars.

Image of highway I-35 in Texas.

Ferrovial’s Construction subsidiary in the United States, Webber, has been awarded the reconstruction of a section of I-35 in San Marcos, Texas, a contract valued at 81 million dollars (equivalent to around 67 million euros).

Within the framework of this project, Webber will rebuild a section of about four kilometers in length with new auxiliary lanes, as the Spanish construction company announced this Friday.

The works also include demolition and construction of five bridges in different locations such as Blanco River or SH 123, in addition to improving the service roads and the intersection with this road. It is planned that the playswhich will have a duration of 42 months, start in september 2021.

I-35

I-35 is one of the most congested highways in the country, used by both local residents and freight vehicles, and is of great importance to Texas. The highway, which crosses the state of Texas from the Mexican border to the Oklahoma state line, is the largest interstate highway connecting Mexico and Canada.

Ferrovial’s US subsidiary, which is already working on 40 projects in Texas and Georgia, recently announced the award of the expansion of I-35 in San Antonio for 1,500 million dollars.

It has also been selected in recent months to carry out the renovation and expansion of the FM 1960 highway, in Houston, for 70 million dollars; the improvement of IH 35, in Laredo, for 115 million dollars, and the reconstruction of the SL12 highway, in Dallas, for 301 million dollars.

Ellsworth Weber