Houston, September 26, 2017 – Webber, LLC has been selected by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) to remove a 2-lane bridge and construct a 4-lane bridge in Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma on US 77. The $35 million project is scheduled to start in fall of 2017 and will be led by North Texas Area Manager, Jim Rogers and Project Manager Levi Pohlmeier.
The McClain County project consists of two phases starting with the removal of the existing bridge built in 1933 and construction of the new 3,725 feet, 4-lane bridge, spanning the Canadian River on the east end and a 5-track BNSF Railroad siding on the west end. The bridge will have both typical concrete beams and structural steel. The project is scheduled take about 24 months to complete.
“I’m proud of the strides the Webber team has made to expand outside of Texas,” said Tim Creson, president & CEO of Webber, LLC. “With our efforts taking us back into the state of Oklahoma, we hope that our expertise, talent and overall Webber experience will further establish our name across the region.”
About Webber, LLC
Founded in 1963, Webber is a leading heavy civil, commercial and waterworks construction company and material producer dedicated to safely providing intelligent solutions to its clients and community. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Ferrovial S.A., an international company based in Madrid, Spain, Webber has access to a global network of skilled engineers, best-in-class technology and vast resources. Webber is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and has been rated by Engineering News-Record as one of the largest transportation contractors in the Texas/Louisiana region.
For more information on Webber, please visit www.wwebber.com.