Webber Loop 12 project is located in Irving, Texas. The project consists of new construction and rehabilitation of existing lanes for four major highways: Loop 12, SH 114, SH 183, and SS 482.
The project consists of the reconstruction of 9.6 miles of SL 12 in Dallas, including the renovation of existing Interchanges between four major highways: State Loop 12, State Spur 482, State Highway 114 and 183.
The project scope of work involves construction of 32 new bridges, walls and concrete pavement, widening of existing main lanes and frontage roads. Additional work includes grading, subgrade stabilization, drainage, water, sanitary sewer, flatwork, signals, illumination, ITS, signing, pavement markings, landscape and irrigation.
The project is scheduled to last 36 months, and the first milestone of the project was achieved by completing civil work for SH 114 Toll Gantry/SL12 TRDMS within 90 days of the start of construction.
The bridge work on the project is significant and most critical. The project team has already accomplished more than 730 drilled shafts and completed more than 719 bridge substructure pours.
The project was bid in an A + B proposal, considering project cost and schedule. This proposal method helps reduce the time that the traffic will be affected by construction while also considering low bid price. The project will save commuters time navigating this area with improved connectivity and the ability to avoid the traffic congestion normally seen here during peak traffic times.