I-16/SR 404 was a project that held 29.727 miles of concrete pavement rehabilitation, milling, inlay, plant mix, resurfacing and ramp reconstruction beginning at SR 26 and extending to SR 29.
- 491,747 SY of 11” PCC paving was put down
- 168,000 tons of concrete was crushed and used in the shoulders
- 626,000 SY of shoulder paving, 1,188,466 SY of CTB and pavement interlayer fabric
- PCC shoulders were jointed and sealed every 15 feet
I-16 and I-95 are the main corridors to the port in Savannah and Brunswick, and this improvement allowed for the heavier truck traffic that was anticipated with the new distribution centers developing along the I-16 corridor. It also is a major tourist route to the Golden Isles in the summer.