SR 30 (US 98) Pensacola Bay Bridge

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SR 30 (US 98) Pensacola Bay Bridge

SR 30 (US 98) Pensacola Bay Bridge

Client: Eisman & Russo, Inc.
Location: Gulf Breeze, FL
Size: Construction Cost: $398.5 million
Service: Construction Engineering & Inspection

Highlights:
Contact Staff: William Klepac, P.E.
 

Genesis CEI is a major subconsultant on the SR 30 (US 98) Pensacola Bay Bridge Replacement project that expands from Escambia County to Santa Rosa County.  This is a 1,770-day, $398.5-million design/build project that constructs two new bridges across Pensacola Bay to replace the old bridge built in 1960. These bridges are a major east/west corridor and a hurricane evacuation route. The new bridges will be constructed parallel and immediately to the west of the existing bridge and have three 12-foot travel lanes, a 65-foot vertical clearance, and 150-foot horizontal clearance for marine traffic. Architectural elements include a center arch and shaded observation points along the multi-use path.

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SR 30 (US 98) Pensacola Bay Bridge


Gulf Breeze, FL

Client:

Eisman & Russo, Inc.

Location:

Gulf Breeze, FL

Size:

Construction Cost: $398.5 million

Service

Construction Engineering & Inspection

Highlights:

Construction Engineering and Inspection

Contact Staff:

William Klepac, P.E.

SR 30 (US 98) Pensacola Bay Bridge

Genesis CEI is a major subconsultant on the SR 30 (US 98) Pensacola Bay Bridge Replacement project that expands from Escambia County to Santa Rosa County.  This is a 1,770-day, $398.5-million design/build project that constructs two new bridges across Pensacola Bay to replace the old bridge built in 1960. These bridges are a major east/west corridor and a hurricane evacuation route. The new bridges will be constructed parallel and immediately to the west of the existing bridge and have three 12-foot travel lanes, a 65-foot vertical clearance, and 150-foot horizontal clearance for marine traffic. Architectural elements include a center arch and shaded observation points along the multi-use path.