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Prospect Street Bridge Rehabilitation

 

Barre City, Vermont

Engineering investigations, design, and preparation of the contract documents for the rehabilitation of City owned Bridge No. 7 located on Prospect Street. The project consisted of the replacement of the existing steel girder superstructure and approach railing with a 64-ft-long steel stringer and concrete deck superstructure. Existing granite abutments were in good condition and were retained. During construction, vehicular traffic was detoured and a temporary bridge was provided for pedestrians.

The bridge is located in a historic district and the bridge railing required clearances under the Section 106 process. Concurrence of the new bridge rail type was obtained from the City, VTrans, and regulatory agencies during the Alternatives Analysis phase. Existing bridge rail, concrete with spindles, was replaced with 3-tube aluminum rail.

Additional improvements include surface drainage on the deck and approaches, a new sidewalk within the project limits, minor surface repairs to the existing abutments, subbase improvements on the approaches, and new pavement markings within the project limits. D&K completed the NEPA document and assisted with State permitting applications.

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