Ham-Western Hills Viaduct Bridge
This project began in 2018 and is ongoing. The existing 3,200 foot long Western Hills Viaduct (WHV), constructed in 1932 by the Union Terminal Company, is to be replaced with a new structure just south of the existing structure. The Viaduct connects to IR-75 and crosses over several roads, Mill Creek, and the CSX Queensgate Rail Yard and Intermodal facility. The replacement structure may be a 3-span, double-deck, cable stayed bridge with multiple approach spans on the east and two approach spans on the west. The project will also include new and/or improvements to two ramps, improvements to Central Parkway, improvements to Harrison Avenue, and improvements to the connector road for Harrison Avenue and State Street. We are currently working on Phase I drilling.