The construction included installation of sidewalks on both sides of the road.
Daviess County officials say they have seen $38 million in new investments since I-69 was opened from from Crane to Evansville.
State officials are considering building toll roads or creating public-private partnerships to fund the bridge.
The agreement requires companies to provide fall protection and hazard identification training for all members by March 2014.
Temperature records from the National Weather Service show Indiana has been experiencing much lower temperatures this year than it did in 2012.
Frequent rains have caused some runoff from I-69 construction, but INDOT officials say they have taken all necessary precautions.
The YMCA is about $2 million short of its $10.2 million goal to build the facility, but a loan is covering the cost of construction.
A court order prohibits the Tokarskis from entering land that is being transferred to the state for I-69 construction.
Three Indiana school corporations will ask voters this month to approve major construction projects.
Construction began Friday behind the home of long-time I-69 detractors Thomas and Sandra Tokarski