Reconstruction of NY Rte 60 and Replacement of Washington Street Bridge

Spanning West Harrison Street, the Chadekoin River, and the WNYPRR
Project Owner

New York State Dept. of Transportation (NYSDOT)

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Project Overview

Demolition & Complete Reconstruction

This structure boasts six spans and curved steel beams atop piers of varying heights. The project entailed the demolition of the existing 940-foot bridge and complete reconstruction of a new bridge.

Project Stats

4,816 CY of Concrete was delivered to this project for use
1,147 Tons of Steel was removed during the demolition of the existing structure
1,361 SF of Precast Modular Wall
project highlights

Key project highlights preformed.

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Contract required the replacement to be complete and open within 273 consecutive days.
The unique design of the piers required custom formwork to create the visual aesthetic.
One of the first sections of the Jamestown Riverwalk, a 5-mile urban trail system, was established passing through the bridge’s piers.

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