183 and 635 Bridge Demolition Dallas, TX
183 and 635 Bridge Expansion
Major cities like Dallas, Texas, often require highway expansions to accommodate increased traffic and population changes. As a result, bridges sometimes need to be demolished in order to facilitate these expansions. That was the case near the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport when the expansion of SR-183 and I-635 required bridge demolition services.
Lloyd D. Nabors Demolition was contracted to complete the bridge demolition on the SR-183 expansion near Hurst, Euless, and Bedford. SR-183 is most heavily used section near the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport where it serves as the airport's southern entrance. The company also completed a bridge demolition as part of the I-635 expansion near Preston Rd. I-635 serves as a 37-mile-long partial loop around Dallas and is known locally as the Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway.
Since bridges can be built in various ways, demolition of bridges can be complicated. Our skilled engineers are well-versed in understanding tension points, lead paint contamination, and dismantling strategies for a wide variety of bridges.
Our team has experience with bridge demolition throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area and in the states of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma. We work closely with our customers to ensure that all safety and environmental considerations are taken seriously. We listen to our client's goals, budget requirements and time tables and then put together a demolition plan to meet or exceed those expectations.
If you are seeking quality bridge demolition services, give us a call. We combine our expertise with state-of-the-art demolition equipment to provide quality bridge demolition of highway, pedestrian or sky bridges.