An increasing number of private and civil clients are turning to ICC for their infrastructure projects. Our position as an established provider for highly demanding commercial clients like Class 1 railroads makes us an ideal partner—we offer broad, technical expertise with the ability to deliver quality within narrow operational windows.
One example: construction of a new 240' long, 44.5' wide, four-span entrance bridge over the East Branch of the DuPage River for the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois.
The bridge consisted of a cast-in-place deck over 30" web girders. The superstructure rests on H piles and cast-in-place piers surrounded in decorative masonry. The bridge includes architectural features to beautify the structure and blend it with the existing architecture. A pedestrian path on the north side connects the bridge with a path along Illinois Route 53 and pedestrian paths within the arboretum.
- Main entrance, high public visibility
- Architecturally significant
- 240’ long x 44.5' wide
- Roadway and pedestrian path
- Four spans over H-piles and cast-in-place piers