Zachry Construction Corporation, a construction company, provides transportation infrastructure, building, and heavy civil contracting services for public and private projects in the United States and internationally. Its transportation infrastructure services include building highways, runways, bridges, and tunnels, as well as rail projects and aviation work. The company’s heavy civil services comprise developing rivers, locks and dams, ecosystem preservation, water treatment plants, and other heavy civil projects. It also offers building services for hospitality and healthcare facilities, concert halls, convention centers, hospitals, hotels, municipal projects, public buildings, renovation...
2330 North Loop 1604 West
San Antonio, TX 78265
Founded in 1998
Flatiron and Zachry to Build $231 Million Interchange in South Carolina
Oct 16 14
Flatiron, along with their joint venture partner Zachry Construction Corporation, have secured a contract for the Interstate 85/Interstate 385 Interchange project in Greenville, South Carolina. The $231 million design-build project for the South Carolina Department of Transportation will reconfigure the interchange at I-85 and I-385, improving traffic operations and safety for about 194,000 vehicles per day. The project will replace existing loop ramps with direct-connect, high-level flyover bridges and includes construction of a new collector-distributor roadway along Interstates 85 and 385. The project also includes reconfiguration and replacement of existing ramps, construction of additional lanes along I-85 and I-385, resurfacing and rehabilitation of I-85. Crews will design and construct 12 new bridges, rehabilitate two existing bridges and construct retaining walls. The project will also require extensive attention to traffic maintenance to minimize impact on the traveling public. The new interchange will relieve congestion and increase safety on the third busiest interchange in South Carolina. The project is the state's large transportation infrastructure project in over a decade. The project is led by a joint venture of Flatiron and Zachry Construction Corp., with a design team of Civil Engineering Consultant Services Inc. as the primary designer, along with Stantec, TYLin, and Mead and Hunt as major sub consultants. Construction is slated to begin in late fall 2015, and scheduled for completion in 2018.