The Huey P. Long Bridge in New Orleans, Louisiana will be officially completed in June this year, according to the LADOTD. A recent article in the Times-Picayune on-line announced another ramp opening last weekend, bringing the $1.2 billion project one step closer to completion. DBA was brought onto the project by the contractor team to consult on the design, load testing, and construction of the 9-foot diameter, 184-foot long base grouted drilled shafts.
Check out our previous DBA posts on the HPL.
This article from the Times-Picayune in 2009 gives a great graphical description of how the bridge was widened.
You can learn all about the history of the bridge and the project at the project page of the Louisiana TIMED Program. The project page has a lot of good links, including photos from the project.
Photo Credit: Louisiana TIMED project photo album