ODOT Project 3000-13
Due to precise planning and coordination, the new Eastbound Bridge was opened on schedule! 25 months after the first pile was driven, traffic on 2 lanes of the new Bridge was officially open on Saturday, September 24th. To help celebrate the opening of the Bridge, the Voinovich Family cut the ribbon in honor of the late Governor George V. Voinovich. The Bridge is expected to be fully open by late October 2016, with lighting, painting, and landscaping work continuing through final completion in June 2017.
2017 Don Conaway Partnering Award - Large Project
Presented by the Ohio Contractors Association & the Ohio Department of Transporation
2017 Award of Excellence Infrastructure
Presented by the Cleveland Engineering Society
Design & Construction Division
Additional Media Coverage:
CLEVELAND (Saturday, September 24, 2016) – Today the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and its contractor TGR celebrated the near completion of the eastbound I-90 George V. Voinovich Bridge.ODOT Director Jerry Wray, many local elected officials, the Voinovich Family and the public gathered to celebrate this tremendous milestone that has been decades in the making.The George V. Voinovich Bridge is actually a pair of bridges that replaced the single, nearly one mile long, 1950’s-era “Innerbelt Bridge” and beginning Sunday the eastbound bridge will be partially open to traffic. Replacing the aging structure was vital to the success of moving people in and out of downtown Cleveland now, and in the future. Replacement will enhance capacity, bolster Cleveland’s economy and ensure the safety of motorists. Read more here ...
Second New George V. Voinovich Bridge “Topped Out”
Symbolic ceremony marks completion of structural steel erection for new bridge
CLEVELAND (Monday, June 27, 2016) – The Ohio Department of Transportation and contractor Trumbull-Great Lakes-Ruhlin hosted a “Topping Out” ceremony today to commemorate the completion of structural steel erection on the second new George V. Voinovich Bridge. “This is a huge milestone for the project team,” said Ohio Department of Transportation Project Manager for Construction, Tom Hyland. “We are on schedule for a late summer/early fall opening, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the work of the men and women on this project.” Read more here ...