Russell Street


Construction projects in public areas are always complex — but when you’re demolishing and reconstructing a 500 foot bridge near one of the busiest intersections in the state, logistics are more important than ever. DAC approached this project in a heavily-phased way, starting with the construction of a new, 44’ wide, 510’ foot long bridge across the Clark River. We also installed a 104’ arch tunnel beneath Russell street to separate pedestrian traffic from auto — completed in two phases to keep traffic flowing during the process. To accommodate all the urban grade changes created during the project, DAC constructed and installed over 2,500' of retaining wall, ranging from 4’ to 20’ tall.
Project Facts
Completed: August 2020
Contract: $29 Million
Environment: Heavily-trafficked
New, four-lane bridge
New pedestrian tunnel
New retaining wall
Watching your process has been a pleasure and a marvel…
Dick Anderson Construction has been a team player from day one and I would gladly recommend them for future projects.
President, CEO
The DAC Team was a true partner in every sense of the word.
Keith Rupert — Sr. Architect
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