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Bradley International Airport

Project Highlights:
  • 550' bridge
  • 1000' ramp
  • 3000' 24 inch glycol line
  • 2000' revised roadways
  • 25,000 cy. of excavation
  • 10,000 tons of paving
  • 2,500 c.y. of concrete


The project included a new 550' steel and concrete viaduct in front of Bradley Terminal, a new 1000' precast concrete and earth fill ramp leading up to the viaduct, reconstruction of 2000' of roadway and installation of 3000' of 24 inch ductile iron pipe for the airport glycol system. Work was done in two stages while maintaining traffic into and out of Bradley airport.

As with any busy international airport, the need to keep traffic moving smoothly into and out of the terminal was paramount. Multiple traffic stages and detours were implemented.

J. F. White received high marks from the Connecticut Department of Transportation for our performance and quality of work.


Contract value: $11,790,750