Webber, a US subsidiary of Spanish infrastructure group Ferrovial, has secured a $301m contract from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Under the terms of the contract, Webber will be responsible for the reconstruction of existing interchanges between State Loop 12, State Spur 482, State Highway 114 and 183.

The company will also construct 32 new bridges, as well as enhance the existing main lanes and carry out additional works such as grading, signals and illumination of the highway.

The project is scheduled for completion in 2024. Upon completion, it is expected to see a reduction in travel times, as well as an improvement in connectivity.

Furthermore, the project will allow commuters to avoid the traffic congestion normally seen during peak traffic times.

At present, Webber has 60 projects across Texas, Oklahoma, Virginia and Georgia.

Recently, the company secured $255m worth construction and building contracts in Texas, which included the renovation of the main roadway and service roads of the IH10. The project also included construction and renovation work for several school districts.

In March 2017, Webber secured a $192m contract from the TxDOT to expand a 13km section of the US281 between Loop 1604 and Borgfeld Drive, in Bexar County, San Antonio.

Under the deal, Webber was responsible for the addition of three new lanes, of which two lanes were for general use and one lane for high-occupancy vehicles in each direction.

Ferrovial Construction has built vital infrastructure, including LBJ Expressway in Dallas and segments of the SH 99 Grand Parkway in Houston.