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Monday, December 17, 2018

Explore sights and sounds from an I-10 bridge deck pour



By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications

When it comes to the art of transportation, few things are as striking as a bridge deck pour. In the video above and the photos below, a crew works through the night to put down concrete for the deck of an expanded I-10 interchange with Jimmie Kerr Boulevard in Casa Grande.

You'll even see a Bid-Well, the concrete-smoothing machine we told you about last week.

This effort is interesting beyond the wow factor, as it's a major step forward for a project widening 4 miles of I-10 to three lanes between Earley Road and Interstate 8.

Late next year, when ADOT completes this project and another underway between Eloy and Picacho, I-10 will be three lanes all the way between Tucson and State Route 387 near Casa Grande.

For more information on this project, please visit azdot.gov/EarleyRdJctI8.

I-10, Earley Road to I-8 Deck Pour_121218
Posted by Steve Elliott   |  Labels:  bridge, Construction, deck-pour, I-10, widening


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