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I-93 Leonard P. Zakim
Bunker Hill Bridge

Boston, Massachusetts

Owner: Massachusetts Department of Transportation

Concrete Cable-Stayed Design / Construction Engineering and Inspection: FIGG

A focal point in the Boston skyline, this unique bridge has twin planes of stay cables in the 745’ main span and a single plane of stays in the back spans. Recognized as the widest cable-stayed bridge in the world at 183’, the bridge carries ten lanes of traffic. The bridge is asymmetrical in both directions and is a hybrid steel and concrete design. FIGG associated with another firm for this project, and each firm was responsible for 50% of the cable-stayed design.



Including the 2004 OPAL Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers 
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