Success Stories

Sam Houston Tollway


The widening of the Sam Houston Tollway between SH 225 and IH 10 consists of the construction of a new bridge spanning across the Houston Ship Channel providing four toll lanes and full shoulders in each direction. This project has required extensive collaboration between public agencies to achieve successful development. HCTRA elected to span the Houston Ship Channel waterway completely to accommodate future widening and deepening planned by the Port of Houston, resulting in a main span length between pylons of 1,320 feet and 175-foot vertical clearance.

ss-Sam Houston Tollway Project


Construction of the main bridge began in March 2018 and is expected to be completed in 2028. This project is estimated to cost $1.4 Billion. ATSER® is part of the Program Management team and is handling: Document Control, Business Process, Workflow Management, and Quality Assurance. ATSER’s PMIS: Manage-IT™ is being used to manage the entire program.