CR 127 Widening and Bridge Replacement

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CR 127 Widening and Bridge Replacement

CR 127 Widening and Bridge Replacement

Client: FDOT District Two
Location: Baker County, FL
Size: 0.3 miles
Service: Transportation & Mobility

Contact Staff: James P. Sullivan, P.E.
 

Genesis served as Engineer of Record and Prime Consultant for this emergency Design-Build project. The project replaced a collapsed bridge at the crossing of Cedar Creek and reconstructed 0.2 miles of the roadway. The new roadway was constructed with two 12 ft. wide lanes, 5 ft. wide paved shoulders and new roadside swales. The new bridge is 156 ft. in length and was designed as a 43 ft. wide pile supported concrete slab.

Genesis lead a team of surveyors, hydraulic design engineers, bridge engineers and geotechnical engineers to prepare construction plans under the oversight of the Florida Department of Transportation. The project design and permitting required approximately six months. Construction duration extended for approximately nine months. During this time the road remained closed. Detour signage and variable message boards were utilized to divert traffic to another roadway.

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CR 127 Widening and Bridge Replacement


Baker County, FL

Client:

FDOT District Two

Location:

Baker County, FL

Size:

0.3 miles

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

CR 127 Widening and Bridge Replacement

Genesis served as Engineer of Record and Prime Consultant for this emergency Design-Build project. The project replaced a collapsed bridge at the crossing of Cedar Creek and reconstructed 0.2 miles of the roadway. The new roadway was constructed with two 12 ft. wide lanes, 5 ft. wide paved shoulders and new roadside swales. The new bridge is 156 ft. in length and was designed as a 43 ft. wide pile supported concrete slab.

Genesis lead a team of surveyors, hydraulic design engineers, bridge engineers and geotechnical engineers to prepare construction plans under the oversight of the Florida Department of Transportation. The project design and permitting required approximately six months. Construction duration extended for approximately nine months. During this time the road remained closed. Detour signage and variable message boards were utilized to divert traffic to another roadway.