US 41 & SR 62/66 Interchange Reconstruct
As the prime contractor performing over 60% of the project in house, Ragle was tasked with reconstructing US41 and SR62/66 interchange in the heart of Evansville, IN. With a bid date of September 10, 2014 and an official start date of October 1, 2014, the project required mobilization of a large workforce within 3 weeks of the bid date. Our staff proved once again that it was up for the challenge and we hit the ground runnin on Octoner 1, 2014. Our project was desing to take a limited access interchange utilizing signals and reconstruct it entirely to a full clover leaf interchange. THis was all to occur with less than one calendar year for construction. We officially opened up roads to unrestricted traffic and had crews finishing punch list work on September 5, 2015.

Cost $19,204,041.81
Start Date < 1 year
  • Complete reconstruction of majr interchange in less than 1 year
  • Over 50,000 manhour project with no safety incidents
  • Maintain traffic to over 60,000 vehicles per day
  • Subgrade chemical modification of nearly 95,000 sys.
  • Handled nearly 150,000 cys of earthwork
  • Placed over 60,000 tons of stone
  • 62,000 SYS of mainline concrete pavement
  • 10,000 LFT of storm sewer pipe and 81 drainage structures
  • 2,200 LFT of 16'' ductile pipe waterline
  • 4,7000+ SFT of mechanically stabilized earth wall
  • Installation of 2 cut walls to support existing US41 overpass abutments
  • Construction of pedestrian bridge over SR66 with h-pile foundation
  • 5.500 FT of concrete median wall
  • 10 Highway overhead box truss panel sign structures
  • Intallation of decorative lighting at US41 overpass bridge
  • Bridge structural steel beams straighen and repairs