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STL plans to begin roadwork on LIB between T1 and T2

Posted on August 24, 2020 in Media Releases

ST. LOUIS (August 24, 2020): Starting August 25, 2020 at 7 a.m., St. Louis Lambert International Airport will begin what’s called a spot slab repair project on Lambert International Boulevard (LIB).  This project targets specific areas of the concrete roadway in need of repair and will concentrate on LIB between Terminal One (T1) and Terminal Two (T2).  The project’s contractor, RV Wagner Construction, will be closing one lane, at a time, in its entirety between T1 and T2 for approximately one week. For each lane closed the contractor will install traffic control and then patch with concrete specific sections of the road in need of repair. The work will include saw cutting, needed demolition, prepping and pouring of concrete on each lane while it is closed. The work will then move onto the next lane scheduled for repair work.

This project is expected to take approximately four weeks with the weather’s cooperation. The contractor will be working on the scheduled sites Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. Each lane will be closed even during non-work hours to allow concrete to cure.

The sequence of LIB lane closures at STL is as follows:

Starting Tuesday, August 25, 2020 – the northern most lane of westbound LIB (Red)
Scheduled to start Monday, August 31, 2020 – the southernmost lane of westbound LIB (Yellow)
Scheduled to start Monday, September 7, 2020 – the northern most lane of eastbound LIB (Green)
Scheduled to start Monday, September 14, 2020 – the southernmost lane of eastbound LIB (Blue)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Roger Lotz
Tele: 314-426-8125