Updates for the week of Oct. 25, 2020
The Sundt-Davila Joint Venture team will continue to form and pour concrete for various elements of the Houston Street bridge.
- Both lanes of Houston Street are closed between Laredo and Camaron streets, and the westbound lane of Houston Street is closed between Flores and Laredo streets.
- Eastbound traffic should follow the detour signs on Santa Rosa, Dolorosa and Flores streets.
- Westbound traffic should follow the detour signs on Flores, Travis and Santa Rosa streets.
- Calder Alley between Dolorosa and West Commerce Street is permanently closed until construction is complete.
- The southern lane of Dolorosa Street is closed from South Laredo Street to Plaza de Armas.
- Nueva Street between Laredo Street and South Flores Street is closed through early 2023.
- Graham Street, Camp Street and Guadalupe Street at the creek are closed.
- The southern portion of the Alamo Street bridge is closed.
- For VIA bus stop closures and route information, please call the VIA Route Information Hotline at 210-362-2020.
- The Sundt-Davila Joint Venture team will continue to form and pour concrete for various elements of the Houston Street bridge.
- A subcontractor will install concrete masonary blocks at the Spanish Governor’s Palace.
- Crews will finish installing the cobble bottom in the creek between Dolorosa and Nueva streets.
- The Sundt-Davila Joint Venture team will excavate for a wall footing between Dolorosa and Nueva streets.
- The team will pour concrete for the crest gate steps between Dolorosa and Nueva streets.
- Installation of the retaining wall blocks on both sides of the creek channel continues between Nueva and Graham streets.
- Installation of drilled shafts continues between Graham Street and Cesar Chavez Boulevard.
- The team will excavate for the walls between Guadalupe and Camp streets.
- Demolition of the Alamo Street bridge continues.
- The team will continue to excavate and install drilled shafts at the Alamo Street bridge.
For information regarding other construction projects in the downtown area, please visit the City of San Antonio’s Transportation and Capital Improvements website.