9 Things to Know About... Construction Site ArtRead More
The Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan includes innovative initiatives that provide opportunities for local community members to contribute to the project in a meaningful way
2021 Community Organization InvestmentRead More
The Community Organization Investment initiative will provide funding of $50,000 (CDN) in Canada and the US to community organizations serving Sandwich/west Windsor or Delray/Southwest Detroit residents.
Junction Street Pedestrian BridgeRead More
As part of the Gordie Howe International Bridge project, five pedestrian bridges crossing Interstate-75 will be built to provide safe access to services within the community.
Michigan Interchange OverviewRead More
The Gordie Howe International Bridge project requires significant construction activity, including the demolition and removal of existing infrastructure, reconstruction of select roadways and bridges, and construction of new project infrastructure.
Opportunities on the Gordie Howe International BridgeRead More
The new crossing is of vital importance to the economic prosperity of communities and businesses on both sides of the border and is expected to create thousands of construction jobs
9 Things to Know About... Soil ConsolidationRead More
The Canadian and US Ports of Entry (POE) will include several buildings, canopies, roadways, parking lots and bridge ramps. All of these structures will require a solid base on which they can be built.
9 Things to Know About... SustainabilityRead More
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) and Bridging North America (BNA) know that protecting the environment is a top priority.
Construction UpdateRead More
The aggressive construction schedule for the Gordie Howe International Bridge project will continue through fall 2020 into winter 2020-2021. Construction is ongoing simultaneously throughout the four project components