Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Zachry Construction Corporation
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
Key Executives for Zachry Construction Corporation
President and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
VP & Chief Information Officer
Vice President and Treasurer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Zachry Construction Corporation Key Developments
Zachry Construction Corporation Wins Contract from Texas Department of Transportation
Mar 28 17
Texas Department of Transportation has awarded a $76,238,256.10 contract to Zachry Construction Corporation of San Antonio for the reconstruction and realignment of Interstate 20 at Ranger Hill in northeastern Eastland County. The contract was approved by the Texas Transportation Commission at its March 28 meeting. Construction is anticipated to begin this summer and will last approximately three years. This safety-related project will upgrade the interstate to meet current TxDOT and federal design and safety standards within the Ranger Hill area. Currently, I-20 features a steep 6% grade and a sharp curve on the hill, with no frontage roads. While TxDOT has implemented various safety upgrades in recent years, such as reducing the speed limit, construction of a concrete median barrier, pavement improvements and installation of high-mast lighting for increased nighttime visibility, the roadway still does not meet current TxDOT standards. The project will shift the centerline of the roadway approximately 500 feet to the south of the current alignment. The grade (steepness) of the roadway will be significantly reduced from 6% to approximately 3.5%, along with more gradual curves. The project adds a third lane in the westbound (uphill) direction allowing large trucks and other slower vehicles to ascend the hill without encumbering faster traffic in the inside lanes. The eastbound lanes will initially feature two travel lanes, but will be expandable to three lanes as traffic levels are projected to increase in future years. Continuous frontage roads will be added on both sides of the interstate throughout the project area which could be utilized as detour routes should there be an incident closing the main travel lanes.
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