I30 & I35E Corridor Interchange (Horseshoe Project)

Owner: Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
Location: Dallas, TX
Services Provided: QA/QC
Project Cost: $798M
Completion Date:
Contracted Responsibility: Sub

The Horseshoe Project improved safety, increased capacity and improved traffic flow in the heart of downtown Dallas. This five (5) mile project replaced the I-30 and I-35E bridges that cross the Trinity River, as well as reconstruct the (mixmaster) interchange which is ranked in the 20 most congested roadways in Texas. This project features the construction improvements including expansion, repaving a total of 23 lanes and the addition to several new bridges, including the Margaret McDermott Bridge, Dallas’ second signature bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava.

Dikita, as a sub to Rabba Kistner, was the lead Quality Inspection firm for this project. Dikita’s services included implementing the Quality Plan; conducting and documenting field Quality Assurance; providing records related to the quality system to Document Control; determining the disposition of all nonconformities and implementation of corrective and preventive actions; distributing relevant QA/QC documentation to site subcontractors; verifying that the quality-related site activities are in accordance with the applicable codes and standards.