Completed Projects

Recently Completed Hamilton County Projects

  1. 96th St. & Cumberland Intersection Improvement

    96th St. & Cumberland Intersection Improvement

    Construction of a new multi-lane roundabout at the intersection of 96th St. and Cumberland Rd.

  2. 146th St. West - Phase 1

    146th St. West - Phase 1

    Road Reconstruction with improvements aimed at increasing capacity and improving safety. 146th St. was widened to 4 lanes with a center turn lane.

  3. 146th St. Multi-use Path - Carey to Hazeldell

    146th St. Multi-use Path - Carey to Hazeldell

    Added pedestrian connectivity between pre-existing sections of multi-use paths along 146th St.

  4. 209th & Hague Intersection Improvement

    209th & Hague Intersection Improvement

    Construction of a single-lane roundabout at the intersection of 209th St. (Carrigan Rd.) and Hague Rd.

  5. Bridge #35 - 106th St. Over Williams Creek

    Bridge #35 - 106th St. Over Williams Creek

    Project included replacement of the bridge superstructure with concrete beams, widening of the bridge deck, and the addition of roadside safety features.

  6. Bridge #238 - Lakeshore Dr. over Carmel Creek

    Bridge #238 - Lakeshore Dr. over Carmel Creek

    Construction consisted of widening the bridge to accommodate a new sidewalk on the east side, along with replacing the existing bridge deck and adjacent pre-stressed concrete box beams with a continuous reinforced concrete slab.

  7. Bridge #261 - 106th St. Over Cheeney Creek

    Bridge #261 - 106th St. Over Cheeney Creek

    Replacement of existing bridge with cast-in-place reinforced concrete slab. 38' in length and 55' in width. New features include 3 traffic lanes (2 westbound & 1 eastbound) and a 10' path.

  8. SS#31005 / SS#31068 - 221st St. & Six Points Rd.

    SS#31005 / SS#31068 - 221st St. & Six Points Rd.

    This marks Hamilton County’s second Geo-Synthetic Reinforced Soil - Integrated Bridge System (GRS-IBS). GRS-IBS is a form of accelerated bridge construction that has been adopted by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This innovative project was chosen for its ease and speed of construction while having a relatively low cost compared to conventional bridge foundation construction.

  9. SS#31008 / SS#31069 - 226th St. & Six Points Rd.

    SS#31008 / SS#31069 - 226th St. & Six Points Rd.

    This marks Hamilton County’s second Geo-Synthetic Reinforced Soil - Integrated Bridge System (GRS-IBS). GRS-IBS is a form of accelerated bridge construction that has been adopted by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This innovative project was chosen for its ease and speed of construction while having a relatively low cost compared to conventional bridge foundation construction.