Date: February 29, 2012
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET
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The 11th Street Bridges Project—a design-build contract awarded to the joint venture of Skanska and Facchina Construction Co.—includes construction of three major bridge crossings over the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C. One crossing, which includes two separate bridge spans, will link the Southeast Freeway with I-295/Anacostia Freeway.
The project also comprises two interchanges. On the west side of the river, Skanska will construct a new connection to the Southeast Freeway and 11th Street. On the east side, the existing interchange that connects local and regional traffic of the Anacostia River will be reconstructed, with a lower overall height and located further away from the adjacent neighborhood.
The planning and execution of this type of project will be supported by Building Information Modeling (BIM). Earn one professional development hour (PDH) by viewing this session online.
Mr. Brookshire worked his way up through the field with Skanska USA, currently serving as a Vice President with Skanska USA Civil. Working on some of the most prominent roads and bridges in the Southeast including 11th Street Bridge in D.C., Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Alexandria and multiple projects along I-95, Brook has extensive knowledge about what it takes to build America’s infrastructure. Brook is a professional engineer and an active member of SAME.
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