PESC, a H&H company, provided bridge layout production, design, detailing and construction phase services for the Design-Build team (as sub to engineering prime Michael Baker Jr., Inc.) for the following bridges: Mainlanes over Parmer Lane, WBFR over Gilleland Creek Trib 1C, Mainlanes over Gilleland Creek Trib 1C, EBFR Bridge Gilleland Creek Trib 1C, and EBFR over Gilleland Creek. PESC led a corridor-wide effort for the aesthetic design of bridges, walls, sign structures, and toll gantries.

As a sub-consultant, PESC had various roles during the original stage of the project. PESC led a corridor-wide effort for the aesthetic design of bridges, walls, sign structures, and toll gantries. For (original) Segments 1 and 2, PESC provided structural design for aesthetic sign supports and gantries and worked with the structural design teams to integrate the aesthetic features into the bridge and wall plans. PESC also led the structural design for (original) Segment 3 for all bridges, walls, signs, and gantries.

This 6.2-mile limited-access Toll Road with three lanes in each direction extends from US 183 to Parmer Lane. Bridges consist of prestressed concrete I-girder superstructures and standard, as well as aesthetic reinforced concrete, bent caps, and columns.