Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Dallas, Texas


  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge

Project Summary


Cable-Stayed Bridge

Santiago Calatrava, famed Italian architect, designed the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge, built over the Trinity River in Dallas, as part of the Trinity River Project. The massive white bridge began construction in 2009 with the steel manufactured in an Italian steel factory often used by Calatrava. It connects Spur 366 (Woodall Rodgers Freeway) in downtown to Singleton Avenue in west Dallas. The cable-stayed bridge cost $93 million. The bridge is 1,870 ft long with a main-span of 1,197 ft, and an apex-height of 400 ft.

Client: Cimolai, S.A.

Services Performed


  • Independent review of Falsework, Towers, Cambers, Curves, and Sequential Construction Analysis

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