2010 Top 10 Roads - No. 7

Oct. 4, 2011
PROJECT: I-87/I-84 Interchange Reconstruction
LOCATION: Newburgh, New York
COST: $136 million
DESIGNER: PB Americas Inc.
CONTRACTORS: The Pike Co., A. Servidone Inc./B. Anthony Construction Corp.
OWNER: New York State Thruway Authority

Falling between 84 and 87 was 300. The local arterial route was used by motorists to link I-87 and I-84. The reconstruction provides direct connections, through a new toll plaza, between the two interstates while still maintaining access to Rte. 300. A new maintenance facility was designed for LEED Silver Certification. The civil site features wetlands and innovative use of recycled materials. 

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