Starting summer 2016 through winter 2018, CDOT and Hamon Infrastructure will begin the $97.5 million North I-25 Express Lanes project—from 120th Avenue to Northwest Parkway/E-470.
Hamon Infrastructure was selected as the CMGC contractor for the City of Lone Tree Pedestrian Bridge Project over Lincoln Avenue.
Arapahoe Road, between Waco Street and Himalaya Way, is currently a two-lane roadway designed to handle 20,000 vehicles per day, but currently handles about 23,900
From June 2015 through November 2015, CDOT and Hamon Infrastructure will begin a $3 million bridge repair project on the two Speer Boulevard bridges
CDOT and Hamon Infrastructure is currently replacing the structurally deficient bridge that carries US 6 traffic over Garrison Street in Lakewood.
Beginning in February 2015, Hamon Infrastructure will begin reconstructing a one half mile portion of Federal Blvd.
This $24 million project began in June 2014 and is scheduled to complete in June 2016
Washington street will be widened to three lanes between 54th and 58th Avenues, building one travel lane in each direction and a center turn lane
The I-25 Santa Fe interchange is one of the busiest urban corridors in downtown Denver
Hamon Infrastructure partnered with the City of Delta to construct the Delta Alternate Truck Route which is approximately 14,156 feet of roadway in the City of Delta.
Hamon Infrasrtructure, working with stake holders: Colorado DOT, RTD, City of Arvada and the BNSF Railroad constructed a grade separation between at the Wadsworth By-Pass .
Hamon Infrastructure constructed a grade separation between Arapahoe and Parker Roads relieving congestion on the busiest urban interchange in Colorado.
The City of Aurora was allocated $12.4 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds through the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) toward Phases 1 and 2 of the I-225/Colfax/17th Place Interchange improvement project.
Hamon Infrastructure constructed a 7-span, 3-unit highway bridge over both Plum Creek and the UPRR in Douglas County.
The Highland Pedestrian Bridge is a signature bridge connecting the historic Highlands Neighborhood with the City of Denver’s 16th Street corridor.
Hamon Infrastructure constructed two (2) signature pedestrian bridges on the north and south sides of the Washington Avenue roadway bridge.