McLaren Helps Design Reconfiguration to Maryland’s First DDI

The Cordish Company selected McLaren Engineering Group, of Baltimore to design the improvements to Maryland’s first Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI). The MD 295 / Arundel Mills Blvd. interchange will be reconfigured into a DDI, a traffic solution that has worked around the country to improve traffic flow and efficiency.

The Cordish Companies assembled a team of expert Maryland-based contractors and engineers to develop the best solution to improve traffic flow in the area.

“The goal is to have traffic flowing in the new configuration as close as possible to the opening of Maryland Live! Casino on June 6.” said Joe Weinberg, Managing Partner, The Cordish Companies.

McLaren Engineering Group is providing structural design services and site/civil engineering services for the Maryland Live! $200 million project.

Click on the links below, to learn more about the MD 295 / Arundel Mills Boulevard DDI.

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