Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Press Release

Dodge County-based Michels Corporation awarded WisDOT’s I-94 North-South Projects Central Segment Construction Work

The 18.5-mile I-94 corridor will be open with all new lanes by Memorial Day 2020.

By - Jun 21st, 2018 09:06 am

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has awarded the central segment project to Michels Corporation headquartered in the Dodge County community of Brownsville. The bid for the work was $80,026,047.53 and was the lowest of five bids received.

Work on the project is expected to begin in July with an accelerated completion date by December 2019. This segment includes reconstruction of the mainline pavement on I-94 which will add a fourth lane of traffic both north and southbound in addition to rebuilding all existing bridges over local roads and the interchange at County K. The project stretches 4.5 miles from just north of WIS 20 to just south of County G in Racine County. The WIS 20 crossroads with I-94 will be rebuilt in 2021 in a separate project.

The 18.5-mile I-94 corridor will be open with all new lanes by Memorial Day 2020.

For additional information on the I-94 North/South project go to:

https://projects.511wi.gov/i94northsouth/

For the latest traffic information, visit:

https://511wi.gov/

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