Section 100 - I-95/I-695 Interchange

Location Baltimore County, MD


Duration January 2007 – June 2010


Joint Venture Partners Corman Construction, Inc., McLean Contracting Company

This was a $210 million interchange reconstruction project north of Baltimore City, MD. The reconstructed I-95 and I-695 interchange was designed to eliminate an outdated braided interchange. The project also included demolition of existing bridges and roadway. This project required major traffic control components to maintain traffic on I-95 and I-695 during construction.

Key Challenges & Project Details

  • Includes 11 bridges – 4 flyovers, 3 mainline, 2 ramp and 2 overpasses
  • Retaining walls: 75,000 SF
  • Noise walls: 215,000 SF
  • Excavation: 1,100,000 CY
  • Drainage pipe: 30,000 LF
  • Asphalt paving: 175,000 tons
  • This is one of the most heavily travelled interchanges in the USA
  • Wagman value engineered the foundation system to a more conventional pile which resulted in a $1 million savings to the owner
  • The Maryland Transportation Authority requested that grooving services be provided as part of the project work for this very heavily traveled interchange.

Project Recognition

  • 2011 National Achievement Award, Special Recognition for a Structure Project - National Partnership for Highway Quality (NPHQ)
  • 2011 Award of Excellence, Partnering Silver Award - Maryland Quality Initiative (MDQI)
  • 2011 Award of Excellence, Structure New/Structure Rehabilitation Over $5 Million - MDQI
  • 2010 Silver Award for Public Communication - NPHQ
  • 2010 Excellence in Concrete Award - American Concrete Institute (ACI), Maryland Chapter