On December 17, 2015, federal Infrastructure Minister Sohi visited Windsor and Detroit to learn more about the Gordie Howe International Bridge project. As part of his visit Minister Sohi stopped to tour the future site of the Canada Port of Entry where he had the opportunity to see first-hand the Early Works currently underway by local contractor Amico Affiliates. As part of his stop, he got to cut one of the 45,000 wicks that are being installed and place fill on top as one of the last steps in the wick drain installation process.
On October 9, 2021, the Gordie Howe International Bridge project team, the Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) and other community volunteers planted 25 large-stock native trees at College Avenue Bikeway Park as part of the project’s Community Benefits…
Over several years of community engagement, we’ve heard the importance placed on acknowledging the region’s multi-faceted past and present. Based on this feedback, WDBA is excited to launch a new partnership with the Art Gallery of Windsor (AGW)...
Through its award-winning co-op program, Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) offers students the opportunity to work on the Gordie Howe International Bridge project and to learn valuable skills