The McHugh/Araiza Joint Venture is constructing the new 35th Street Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge that will provide easier access to the lakefront.
McHugh and joint venture partner, Clark Construction, to construct the first phase of River Point.
The north-south portion of Wacker Drive, a two-level, main thoroughfare through downtown Chicago, was originally built in the mid-1950s and was in an advanced state of disrepair.
The Stickney Treatment plant is the world's largest waste water treatment facility, handling 1.2 billion gallons per day and serving 2.4 million people in a 260 square mile area including the central part of Chicago and 43 suburban communities.
This new 1,150-foot bridge links Illinois Routes 31 and 25 over the Fox River in St. Charles, Illinois providing a connection for both vehicles and pedestrians.
A key part of the Illinois Tollway’s Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88) Rebuild and Widen project, the Fox River Bridge presented challenges ranging from relocating and reconstructing local roads and working around active railroad track to dealing with three major flood events and a unusual design.
At the turn of the last century, Chicago made a name for itself with its innovative trunnion bascule drawbridges, building so many that they became known as "Chicago" bridges.