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I-5 - Rush Road to 13th St - Project Photos

December 2008



View of the new LaBree Bridge looking northbound on I-5.


View of the new LaBree Bridge looking southbound on I-5.

August 2008


The new LaBree overcrossing bridge deck is prepared for pouring concrete.

June 2008


Girders have been placed at the new LaBree overcrossing on I-5. Each girder is approximately 4 feet, 10 inches tall, 147 feet long, and weighs about 140,000 pounds.


Crews continue work on the new LaBree Interchange.


Construction crews completed setting bridge girders on June 3 for the new LaBree overcrossing on I-5. Work took place late at night to minimize the impact to travelers on I-5.


Bridge girders are carefully transported and delivered to the project site, in preparation for the new LaBree Interchange build.


Profile view of the new abutment wall.


Top view of the new abutment wall.

January 2008


The LaBree Road Bridge was demolished in late January 2008.


Demolition activities took place late at night to minimize the impact to travelers on I-5.

November 2007


View from 13th Street, looking south on I-5.


View looking south on I-5, as work in the median continues.


Construction continues on I-5 for the new LaBree Road Interchange.


October 2007


Work in the median is taking place, as crews work to widen the interstate.


Work in the median continues.

August 2007


View from the existing LaBree Road overpass, looking south.


View from the existing LaBree Road overpass, looking north.


Crews begin excavation for the new I-5, LaBree Road Interchange.


Construction crews clear land for the new I-5, LaBree Road Interchange.


Crews excavating land for the new I-5, LaBree Road Interchange.


Excavation continues for the new I-5, LaBree Road Interchange.


Concrete footings are delivered in order to construct the new I-5, LaBree Road Interchange.