I-94 WisDOT
MSE Retaining Walls

  • Location: Hudson, Wisconsin
  • Contractor: Hoffman Construction
  • Size: 24,000 square feet
  • Purpose: To provide retaining walls for the new I-94 interstate project.

About this Project

In early 2017, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation began a rehabilitation project for I-94 near Hudson, WI. The objective of the project is to reduce congestion and provide efficient and safe access to I-94 for the growing commuter traffic to and from the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. Improvements to the interstate include replacing deteriorating sections of roadway and shoulders, two bridge decks over Front Street, placing median barrier walls, widening a bridge deck over WIS 35 N, adding two noise walls, and adding three MSE retaining walls.

I-94 WisDOT MSE Retaining Wall and Median Barrier Project by Wieser Concrete
I-94 WisDOT MSE Retaining Wall and Median Barrier Project by Wieser Concrete

 Wieser Concrete produced over 24,000 square feet of MSE retaining walls to be placed alongside I-94. The walls are being shipped and installed amid a congested, high traffic area, which is an obvious challenge in road construction. The median barrier walls on the road were also manufactured by Wieser Concrete and provide for a safe driving and working environment. Contracted by Hoffman Construction, the rehabilitation project’s planned completion date is November 14, 2018.

I-94 WisDOT MSE Retaining Wall and Median Barrier Project by Wieser Concrete
I-94 WisDOT MSE Retaining Wall and Median Barrier Project by Wieser Concrete
I-94 WisDOT MSE Retaining Wall and Median Barrier Project by Wieser Concrete
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