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Huey P. Long Bridge Widening

Louisiana

The Huey P. Long Bridge opened in 1935 and was the first crossing over the Mississippi River. The bridge allowed for both car and railroad traffic through New Orleans. After Hurricane Katrina, in 2006, the state of Louisiana embarked on a seven-year project to widen the bridge. The project will add an additional travel lane and inside and outside shoulders on each side.

John Humbrecht (43) is working with Kiewitt Massman Traylor Constructors on this project and has sold slab and beam bolsters, form release, curing compound, joint sealants, epoxies, forming hardware, bonding agents, grouts, overhang brackets, geotextiles, and power equipment on this project.

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