In Design: Richmond - I-95 Bridge Rehabilitations
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Willingness for public comment was advertised beginning December 21, 2020. A Survey123 questionnaire was also available on the project web page during this time. Public comments closed on January 5, 2021.
The purpose of the project is to rehabilitate five bridges over I-95 in the City of Richmond. Bridge superstructure replacements and minor substructure repairs will be done on the North 1st Street, North 4th Street, North 5th Street, North 7th Street and East Broad Street overpasses.
Bridge Typical Section Drawings
This project will replace the bridge superstructures (e.g. steel beams and parapets) and rehabilitate the substructures (e.g. abutments and piers) which will extend the life cycle of the bridges. The project will also raise the vertical clearance under the bridges on I-95 to 15 feet to reduce bridge strikes.
These five bridges will be done as a design-build project. This will place the responsibility for the design and construction of a project on a single entity. The design-build team constructs the project while the design is still underway. This will expedite the project delivery by approximately 14 months.
Anthony Haverly, PE, PMP
Phase: In design
UPC: 111300; 111294; 113375; 113388
State ID: U000-127-023, P101, R201, C501, B601; 004-127-051, P101, R201, C501; U000-127-023, P101, B661; 0250-127-050, P101, R201, C501
Federal ID: STP-BR04(287); NHPP-064-3(510); NHPP-BR04(307); NHPP-BR04(308)
Lat/Long: 37.544320, -77.428087