Interstate 69 - Pigeon Creek to SR 168
The Interstate 69 project was a new terrain divided highway approximately 3.5 miles long from Pigeon Creek through the interchange with State Road 168 in Gibson County, Indiana. The project included...
- 370,000 cubic yards of common excavation
- 400,000 cubic yards of borrow
- 128,000 square yards of concrete pavement (4200 cubic yards)
- Seven prestressed concrete beam bridges
- One 22' x 12.5' three-sided box culvert
- 19,000 square feet of MSE wall construction
- Other box culverts and storm drainage
The project was completed in only two construction seasons.
University Parkway Phase 3 – Marx Road to SR 66
The University Parkway project was a new terrain divided highway approximately 1.5 miles long from Marx Road to State Road 66 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. It included two new three-span steel beam bridges and 200,000 cubic yards of on-site excavation. The road was open to traffic five months ahead of schedule.
North Fork Sewage Pumping Station
Henderson Water Utility
This project was the construction of a new sewage pumping station, associated sewer pipe installation, and construction of a pump storage building/electrical room. The wet well was excavated through silty clay soil and rock to a depth of 40' below the existing ground. There were 750 cubic yards of concrete for the wet well alone, and over 1,000 cubic yards total of cast-in-place concrete on the project. The incoming 30" ductile iron and 18" PVC gravity sewer pipes were installed to a depth of 30', and the four variable-frequency drive controlled submersible raw sewage pumps discharged to a 30" ductile iron force main through a valve pit and flow metering pit. Upon completion of the new pumping station, three offsite locations were tied into new gravity sewers and diverted to this station.
75% of this project was completed by BBI's own forces.
Southeast-Brookside Combined Sewer Separation Project
Evansville Water and Sewer Utility
This project was to separate storm and sanitary sewer and alleviate flooding on the southeast side of Evansville. Due to the large diameter of the trunkline and the depth, entire city streets were reconstructed in some areas of the project. Project highlights include...
- 5,800' of 96" diameter RCP storm sewer - up to 26' deep
- 3,700' of 84" RCP storm sewer
- 13,300' of 72"-12" RCP storm sewer
- 254 storm sewer structures
- 280' of 84" RCP was tunneled under four lanes of US Highway 41
- 12,600' of 16"-4" water main
- 6,500' of 24"-8" sanitary sewer
- 54 sanitary sewer manholes
- 14,700 tons of #53 stone for pavement restoration
- 18,000 tons of asphalt pavement
- 9,700 square yards of sod
Evansville Regional Airport, Runway 4-22 RSA Improvements Packages 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7
Evansville-Vanderburgh Airport Authority District
Blankenberger Brothers, Inc. was the successful bidder on six of eight construction contracts as a part of the major runway safety area improvements project at the Evansville Regional Airport. The projects ranged in size from $1.5 million to $6 million and most of the work was performed concurrently.
Academy Sports Site Development
BBI completed the earthwork, subgrade stabilization, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water lines, and stone base for this new retail store. We provided an option to accelerate the building pad earthwork schedule with lime stabilization, which the prime contractor accepted, to complete the placement of building pad fill (approximately 10,000 cubic yards) in less than two weeks in April.
White Oak Lake - Rehabilitation of Lake Dams 1 & 2
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
BBI de-watered Lake No. 1, removed the existing dam to create a wetland, and constructed a new concrete spillway with pedestrian bridge. Lake No. 2 involved extending the embankment, installation of toe drains, and a new spillway culvert.
Oak Grove Road Reconstruction
Under contract with the Indiana Department of Transportation, BBI reconstructed Oak Grove Road from the Warrick County line to 0.10 miles east of Libbert Road. The project, which was just under two miles in length, included over 100,000 cubic yards of total earthwork, lime-stabilized subgrade treatment, numerous pipe structures and box culverts, along with a new 70' span prestressed concrete beam bridge - all of which was self-performed.
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Cynthiana, IN 47612
Cynthiana, IN 47612
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