The critical path of the project lays on the replacement of the existing Big Beaver River Bridge, which has an approximately 1,600 feet long 5-span deck truss with a deck I-beam approach span on each end. The proposed Big Beaver River Bridge consists of dual 1,645 foot long 5-span cast-in-place segmental bridges. The new westbound Bridge construction will begin first and when open to traffic, the old bridge will serve the eastbound traffic as the eastbound bridge is constructed. Once both the new westbound and eastbound bridges are completed, the project will conclude with the demolition of all old bridge structures and final roadway activities. After both the new bridges are open to traffic, the interchange will be completed, tying with the new I-76 eastbound roads. The project also entails 1,200,000 cubic yards of earthwork, reconfiguring and widening roads, installing over 22,000 linear feet of drainage, new ITS, and lighting. Once the interchange is completed, all roads will be open to traffic by November 2026.