The I-10 Austin County project, led by Webber, was a major success. The reconstruction of a rural freeway spanning 10 miles was completed ahead of schedule, providing a safer and more efficient roadway for drivers.

The project involved taking an asphalt 2 lane highway and converting it into a 3 lane highway with full concrete paving and shoulders. In addition to the reconstruction of the main roadway, the feeder roads were also updated as part of the project.

The project was originally slated to take approximately 3 years to complete, with a maximum incentive bonus in place for finishing within 930 days. However, Webber exceeded expectations by completing the project 3 days ahead of schedule.

The stretch of interstate is located in the Texas Department of Transportation’s Yoakum District, which includes several rural counties in the state. This project was a major improvement for the area, and the completion ahead of schedule is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Webber team.

The reconstruction of this 10 miles stretch of I-10 in Austin County not only improved the safety and efficiency of the roadway, but also provided an economic boost to the area. The completion of the project ahead of schedule also demonstrates the company’s commitment to meeting and exceeding client’s expectations.

Overall, the I-10 Austin County project is a great example of how a well-executed construction project can make a significant impact on a community. The Webber team should be commended for their efforts and dedication to completing this project on time and to the highest standard.

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