As part of the I-75/I-24 design-build interchange modification project in Hamilton County, TDOT contract crews must repair damaged concrete slabs at several sites on I‑75 within the project limits. These repairs will take place over several weekends until the contractor completes them.
The section to be repaired this weekend ison I-75 South between East Brainerd Road near mile marker 3 and the I-75/I-24 interchange near mile marker 2. The repairs will begin at 9:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, May 7, 2021, and end by or before 6:00 a.m. EDT on Monday, May 10, 2021. The two right lanes will be closed during the work. The two left lanes will remain open.
The entrance ramp from SR-320/East Brainerd Road to I-75 South will remain open, but traffic entering I-75 South from East Brainerd Road must yield to interstate traffic. Please use caution in this area.
During this work, the contractor will remove damaged concrete slabs and re-pour them with new concrete, which will require several hours to develop enough strength to carry traffic. As soon as the concrete cures enough to pass strength tests, the contractor will reopen all lanes to traffic.
This work is weather-dependent. Should inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances delay this work, it will be rescheduled to take place as soon as possible.
C.W. Matthews Contracting Co., Inc. is the contractor for the $132.6 million I‑75/I‑24 interchange modification design-build project slated for completion in late summer 2021. To get more information on the I-75/I-24 interchange modification project or to sign up for project updates, visit the project website at https://www.tn.gov/tdot/projects/region-2/i-75-interchange-at-i-24.html.
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