Project Team

This significant project requires the teaming of numerous agencies, consultants and contractors. The following organizations provide leadership for the project.

Missouri Department of Transportation
MoDOT is leading the design and construction of the new cable stayed river bridge across the Mississippi River and the new interchange connecting the bridge to existing I-70 in downtown St. Louis.
Illinois Department of Transportation
IDOT is a partner with MoDOT providing funding for the new cable stayed river bridge. IDOT is also leading the design and construction of the new I-70 Connection and improvements to the Tri-Level interchange to integrate the connector from the new river bridge to I-64/70.
Federal Highway Administration
The Federal Highway Administration is charged with the broad responsibility of ensuring that America’s roads and highways continue to be the safest and most technologically up-to-date. Although State, local, and tribal governments own most of the Nation’s highways, FHA provides financial and technical support to them for constructing, improving, and preserving America’s highway system. The department's annual budget of more than $30 billion is funded by fuel and motor vehicle excise taxes.
HNTB
HNTB is designing and providing construction documents for the new cable stayed bridge across the Mississippi River and the approaches to connect to the downtown St. Louis interchange and the Illinois I-70 connector project.
CMT
CMT is designing and providing construction documents for the new downtown St. Louis interchange to connect existing east bound I-70 to the new Mississippi River bridge.
TENG
TENG is designing and providing construction documents for the I-70 Connection which is a new freeway connecting the new Mississippi River Bridge to Illinois Tri-Level Interchange.
AECOM
AECOM is designing the Tri-Level Interchange in Illinois which connects the new I-70 Connection to existing I-55/70 and I-64.
MTA
Massman Construction, Traylor Brothers and Alberici Constructors have formed a joint venture to construct the main span of the Mississippi River Bridge.
Keeley-Keller Joint Venture
Keeley and Sons, Inc. and Keller Construction, Inc., have created a joint venture to construct the Illinois Approach for the Mississippi River Bridge
Missouri projects
A number of local companies are completing work in Missouri for the Mississippi River Bridge project.  Currently, the general contractors include:
Illinois projects
Several general contractors are involved with the work in Illinois for the Mississippi River Bridge project. Currently, those companies include: