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Bridge Superstructure Replacements

NYS Route 960H over Catatonk Creek; Connection Road over Osborne Creek

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  • Candor Bridge
  • Candor Bridge Sideview
  • Candor Bridge Decking
  • Connection Rd. Bridge
  • Connection Rd. Bridge Decking
Client: New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT)
Location: Town of Candor, Tioga County, New York; Town of Colesville, Broome County, New York

Objectives:

• Demolition & Removal of the Superstructure

• Substructure Modifications & Bearing
Replacement

• Installation of New Approach Slabs

• Highway Approach Work

• Shop Drawing Review

NYS Route 960H over Catatonk Creek

Prudent Engineering's design team was retained as subconsultant to provide design services for the bridge superstructure replacement of New York State Route 960H over the Catatonk Creek in the Village of Candor in Tioga County, New York. The replacement superstructure is a 39’-2” wide, three-span continuous bridge totaling 230 feet in length. The project involved removing the precast box-beam primary members, eliminating the three simple-span configurations, and installing a steel multi-beam, three-span continuous superstructure system with precast deck panels. Prudent completed the following tasks for this project:

Our team designed and detailed this fast-track project in less than four months to maintain the contractor’s tight construction schedule, which required this bridge be completed in 2015.

Connection Road over Osborne Creek

Prudent's design team provided subconsultant design services for the bridge superstructure replacement of Connection Road over Osborne Creek in the Town of Colesville, Broome County, New York. The bridge is 60 feet wide and has one span measuring 35 feet in length, and supports busy intersections at each approach. This design-build project involved the following tasks:

Prudent's staff was responsible for the substructure design, new box-beam design, vertical and horizontal alignments, staged WZTC layout, and highway approach design. The design team was also responsible for shop drawing review and approval. Our staff  designed and detailed this fast-track bridge project in less than four months to maintain the contractor’s construction schedule, which required this bridge be completed in 2015.