Introducing the new
Building on four generations of expertise in complex design-build projects.
The I-65 / I-70 North Split (North Split) project will reconstruct the I-65 and I-70 interchange located in the northeast corner of downtown Indianapolis.

As the second most heavily traveled interchange in Indiana, many structures have exceeded their service life after nearly 50 years in operation. When complete, the $318.2 million project will reduce congestion, improve safety for the community and travelers, and provide a maintenance-free infrastructure for decades to come. Comprised of four sections — the south leg, west leg, east leg, and interchange — this design-build project will replace all pavement, reconfigure the interchange into three levels, eliminate two ramp movements, replace numerous bridge structures, install a new drainage system, improve local streets, replace ITS facilities, and provide new aesthetic and landscape features.

Project Highlights
  • 50 bridge structures
  • 6 movement closures
  • 300,000 SY continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP)
  • 60,000 LF storm drain
  • 4 major construction phases
  • 300,000 SF retaining walls
  • 1 million CY earth work
  • 500,000 SF bridge deck

In the news


Building Indiana Business | Nick Dmitrovich

Your questions about the North Split project, answered

Indianapolis Star | Kayla Dwyer

Superior Construction shows progress in behind-the-scenes tour of North Split closure

CBS 4 | Alia Blackburn

'It's a mega project': 1 month down, 17 to go on North Split construction

MSN | Sarah Jones

Reconstructing Indy's North Split

Construction Equipment Guide | Lori Lovely

Indiana highway renovation on schedule despite challenges

Construction Dive | Jennifer Goodman

Diversity is key for construction company leading North Split project

WISH-TV | Katiera Winfrey

Superior Construction engages diverse workforce for I-65/I-70 reconstruction in Indianapolis

Highways Today | Anthony Davis

INDOT to open North-Split Michigan Street ramp this weekend

FOX59 | Harper Robinson


At Superior Construction, we don’t just construct highway projects — we build up our local communities, too. Every quarter, we team with INDOT to select a nonprofit or community organization to partner with to demonstrate what working at Superior is all about: making connections where they matter most. Our past work has included days of service at places like Habitat for Humanity, Westminster Neighborhood Services, The Lord’s Pantry at Anna’s House, The Salvation Army, and Gleaners Food Bank.

Northern Indiana construction company work together to help Habitat for Humanity

Superior Construction Donates $2,000 to Westminster Neighborhood Services

Local Pantry Receives Helping Hand from Superior Construction