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Southwest Bypass & Wolf Ranch Parkway Extension
Georgetown, TX | Infrastructure
Southwest Bypass & Wolf Ranch Parkway Extension - Jordan Foster Construction
Client:
City of Georgetown
Architect:
HDR (Engineer)
Project Size:
2.27 Miles

The Southwest Bypass & Wolf Ranch Parkway Extension project will feature the construction of 2.27 miles of entirely new right-of-way for the City of Georgetown. The brand new two-lane roadway will connect SH 29 with Leander Road. The scope of work will include a 1,000-foot bridge, a 1,500-foot bridge, 100,000 cubic yards of excavation, 180,000 cubic yards of embankment, 20,000 cubic yards of flex-base, 7,000 linear feet of concrete curb, 10,000 tons of asphalt, drainage structures – three box culverts and a few hundred feet of reinforced concrete pipe, some sidewalk, and a shared-use path in the northern most section, which is the Wolf Ranch Parkway segment.