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Cantilevered Structure Installation - U.S. Route 33, exit 185 A-B

Virginia U.S. Route 33

Cantilevered structure installation to support Interstate signage in the Virginia U.S. Route 33, 64 WB, Henrico County, VA.

The McClain & Co., Inc., Construction Division, were contracted to install the cantilevered structure to support the U.S. Route 33, Staples Mill Road, exit 185 A-B exit signage located in Henrico County, Virginia.

For this project, to facilitate the span overhead sign structure installation, the crew used McClain & Co., Inc.'s Elliott L60.

U.S. Route 33 (US 33) is a part of the U.S. Highway System that runs from Elkhart, Indiana to Richmond, Virginia. 

In Virginia, the U.S. Highway runs 135.60 miles (218.23 km) from the West Virginia state line near Rawley Springs east to its eastern terminus at SR 33 in Richmond. US 33 is the primary east-west highway of Rockingham County, which lies in the Shenandoah Valley. 

The highway connects the independent city of Harrisonburg (which also serves as the seat of Rockingham County), the town of Elkton, and an entrance to Shenandoah National Park. East of the Blue Ridge Mountains, US 33 connects the Piedmont communities of Stanardsville, Gordonsville, and Louisa. 

The U.S. Highway is a major suburban and urban route in the Richmond metropolitan area. Within Richmond, US 33 runs concurrently with US 250. SR 33 continues from US 33's eastern terminus as a state-numbered extension of the U.S. Highway that connects Richmond with Virginia's Middle Peninsula. (1)

(1) Information courtesy of the Wikipedia

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