I95 Viaduct Project


EHS is a major player in the rehabilitation of the I-95 Viaduct through the city of Wilmington, DE. As a subcontractor to Kiewit Infrastructure Co., EHS is resurfacing the concrete bridge decks of four out of five bridges on the I-95 corridor through the city. Additionally, we are performing bearing replacements and other miscellaneous steel repairs to the supporting structure underneath I-95. We are proud to be applying EHS’ mark of quality to these bridges that our employees and community will utilize for decades to come.

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I-95 2nd Street On-Ramp: Wilmington, DE

EHS is working as a subcontractor to RE Pierson Construction on the reconstruction of the 2nd St on ramp to I-95 and is part of the ongoing I-95 reconstruction project. The project entails the replacement of the existing bridge bearings, done by jacking up the bridge, putting it on temporary supports, cutting out and removing bridge bearings, resetting new bearings and welding in place. This requires skilled workers air-arcing, existing welds, and having all position certified welders to weld new bearings back in place.


Flushing Road over Neshaminy Creek: Bensalem, PA

This job entailed the rehabilitation of an existing historically valuable truss in Bucks County, PA.


The project scope included temporarily removing the existing truss, performing truss repairs and painting, rebuilding the bridge abutments, resetting the truss in place and constructing a new bridge deck.

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Salem Church Rd over I-95, Darley Road over CSX: Wilmington, DE 

During summer of 2019 and spring of 2020, EHS completed bridge deck overlays for DelDOT at Darley Rd. over CSX Railroad, and Salem Church Road over I-95. The two bridges were awarded to EHS under North District and Canal District structure maintenance contracts, respectively, with the intention of completing deck patching. Upon mobilizing to these sites, it was apparent that the entire deck surface needed to be overlaid. Because of EHS’ history with successful deck overlays in the past, DelDOT requested that the work at both bridges be upgraded to full overlays. EHS handled these considerable increases in scope without additional delays and provided the high quality riding surface that has come to be the mark of an EHS project.