This photo is of the southbound bridge of the I-39/90 Central segment at the Rock River in Edgerton, WI. This bridge is almost complete! The northbound bridge was completed last year and both structures were designed by Westbrook. The picture shows the concrete deck pour operation. There were nearly 1500 cubic yards of concrete poured during the deck pour.
Westbrook started their Adopt-A-Highway site in 1993. This year marks the 25th anniversary of making sure our stretch of Highway 14 from STH 23 to the Wisconsin River is in tip top shape every spring and fall! Yesterday our team collected 15 bags of trash along our route. Not only do we build roads and bridges but also help keep them clean!
Fall of 2017 Westbrook lead the construction administration for a 4.6 mile asphalt mill and overlay project on STH 23 north of Dodgeville, WI. Westbrook was on-site daily providing construction oversight and project managerial duties. The existing asphalt surface was milled two inches and overlaid with another two inches of hot mix asphalt.
Additionally, several beam guard terminals and existing signage was updated.
To Our Wonderful Clients: As we helped you reach your goals in the past year, we too, traversed several milestones. This New Year let us raise a toast to those wonderful journeys and be confident there are many more to come.
To Our Awesome Employees: Every success requires an effort and a year of hard work proved it once again. Our united staff was able to overcome many professional challenges and developed into a very beautiful and effective mechanism.
Thank You and Happy New Year!!!
All of the steel girders have successfully been erected in Spring Valley, IL on IL 89 over the Illinois River. Pictured is one of the gate beam picks,
which tied the final unit together. The gate beams were nine-foot tall girders measuring 230 feet in length. They were lifted into place with a 300-ton crane floating on a barge.
Westbrook involvement with the girder erection included the design of the girder erection procedure and development of the associated plans: design of the 120-foot pick beam, design of the temporary bents both on land and in the waterway, and the crane on barge stability analyses for the 300-ton crane and accessory barges.