PESC, a H&H company assisted in the Proposal Phase of the IH-35 in Georgetown. PESC provided preliminary design and developed the Aesthetic Design Guidelines for structures in this landmark turnpike project encompassing approximately 50 miles of the new toll road.
The key features of this project included the design-build delivery method, multilevel interchanges and aesthetic design. PESC continued to contribute as a significant component of the Structures Design Team in the aesthetic design of bridges, retaining walls and sign structures in the structural design of approximately half of the 118 bridges in Segments 1 through 4 of the project, and in structural design of all the Mainlane and Ramp Toll Plaza facilities.
Beginning at IH-35 in Georgetown, this toll road bypasses the Austin area to the East and ends at the intersection of Highway 183 in Mustang Ridge. Senior PESC engineering staff provided quality control and assurance for the design process.