2011 Top 10 Roads - No. 7

Nov. 4, 2011
PROJECT: Keystone Parkway Corridor
LOCATION: Carmel, Ind.
COST: $112 million
LENGTH: 4 miles
DESIGNER: American Structurepoint Inc.
CONTRACTORS: Walsh Construction, Milestone Contractors, Rieth-Riley Construction
OWNER: City of Carmel
This Keystone act was catching exactly what it deserved—success and accolades. American Structurepoint crafted an innovative double-teardrop interchange con? guration—the tightest in the nation and the ? rst of its kind in Indiana. The completed interchanges have added substantial capacity, safety and connectivity for all modes of transportation with minimum impact to adjacent property owners. Engineers created over $1 million in savings.

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