Infrastructure operator Ferrovial‘s subsidiary Webber has secured nine construction projects in two US states.

The overall project value is worth more than $1bn, and the works will be carried out in Texas and Florida.

Bridge restoration, route widening, and safety upgrades for adjacent towns are part of these projects.

The $79.9m project in Florida is said to be Webber’s first large, heavy civil project in the state. The company currently manages highways in Orange, Hillsborough, and Pinellas counties, as well as the Port of Miami tunnel.

Webber will rebuild one of Jacksonville’s busiest interchanges, the I-95 and US-1 interchange.

Construction works are progressing and are slated for completion in early 2025.

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In Texas, Webber has obtained eight projects from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

This includes the reconstruction project of IH-10 in Colorado County. This $365m project will see the complete redevelopment of 12 miles of IH-10 between Houston and San Antonio. The construction is expected to start in January next year and be complete in 2027.

The IH-10 in Guadalupe County project is valued at $245.2m. The project involves reconstructing and expanding nearly four miles of existing road and building new bridges and concrete pavement.

For the S 59 San Jacinto highway, the project will reconstruct six miles of US 59, including building three concrete main lanes, two concrete frontage tracks in each direction, and reconstructing 23 bridges. Construction on the $190m project is expected to start early next year.

The IH-635 Dallas County is a barrier rail project that involves the construction of 4.59 miles of new median barrier to improve safety.

Among the other projects include the $58.5m S 75 Collin County improvement project; the $37.9m Lubbock County Woodrow road reconstruction project; the $24.3m IH-27 Bridge reconstruction project; and the $7.1m S 59 Wharton.