Kino Parkway/22nd Street Intersection Improvement Project
2016 APWA Arizona Project of the Year Award
2016 APWA Southern Arizona Project of the Year Award
2015 Arizona Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Grand Award
MPA Common Ground Award (top 20)
Structural Design Tucson, Arizona
The Kino Parkway/22nd Street Intersection Improvement Project reconstructed one of the most congested intersections in Southern Arizona by installing the first grade-separated intersection in the City of Tucson. One of the unique challenges was elevating Kino Parkway over 22nd Street while maintaining traffic during construction! The new overpass replaces a signalized, gridlocked intersection with two continuous through lanes of traffic in each – north and south – direction. The bridges supporting these lanes are twin 344 foot, three span structures. This project creates an attractive and efficient gateway into Tucson. It was built with the public’s involvement, contributions and collaboration, including teamwork that brought government, businesses, design partners and citizens together to benefit the entire community.
The project was featured in the Fall 2017 issue of ‘Aspire The Concrete Bridge Magazine.’ Please refer to the following links: