Sundt and a joint venture partner widened 10 miles of the Loop 202 freeway that runs through Phoenix and Tempe. The Arizona Department of Transportation project improved traffic flow by adding general purpose lanes along ten miles of the freeway’s eastbound side and approximately two miles along the westbound side. Twenty-two bridges were widened as part of the project, including a mile-long bridge that spans the Salt River, which Sundt originally constructed in the 1990s. This design-build project was "fast tracked," with a total design and construction schedule of only 600 calendar days.
 
2010 Marvin M. Black Excellence in Partnering Award-Associated General Contractors of America (AGC)
ACI Award-American Concrete Institute
APWA Award-American Public Works Assoc. (APWA)