Year in Review 2020


Over the past 12 months, the Gordie Howe International Bridge project team has accomplished much.

We acquired the final properties needed for construction, selected the pedestrian bridge designs for the Michigan Interchange and started work on the bridge tower foundations in Canada and the US.

We added to our workforce and took steps to create a cleaner environment through an Envision rating.
We released the first funds from our Community Benefits Plan and invested in the Sandwich and Delray communities.

We partnered with our stakeholders to release extraordinary artwork and a scale model of what will be an iconic landmark for the region.
And nothing says success like winning awards - something WDBA is proud to share as part of our 2020 year in review.

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Design Selected for Jefferson-Facing Barrier Wall
An aesthetic design has been selected for the barrier wall facing West Jefferson Avenue that will be constructed as part of the project’s US Port of Entry (POE).
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 University of Windsor Recognizes Gordie Howe International Bridge Project With Co-Op Awards
The Gordie Howe International Bridge project team continues to receive accolades for learning opportunities provided to students. Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) has been recognized with the 2020 Co-op/Internship Employer of the Year honour from the…
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WDBA and Gordie Howe International Bridge received Award for its Environmental and Community Benefits
The accolades continue for the Gordie Howe International Bridge project. Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) has been recognized with the 2020 P3 Award for Environmental, Social and Governance Performance. It is a new award from P3 Bulletin that recognizes…
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