SEPTA BRIDGE – FT. WASHINGTON

MONTGOMERY COUNTY ~ Owner: S.E. Pennsylvania Transit Authority ~ $3.0M Construction Cost

  • • Demolition of Existing Flood Damaged, 2-span Structure
  • • Complete Construction of New 3-Span, 114 foot Bridge with New Catenary Structure
  • • Drilled Shaft Foundations with Cored Rock Sockets
  • • Gabion Abutment Construction
  • • Completed Emergency Schedule Within 23 Work Days, 5 Days Ahead of Schedule

 

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Existing Structure – Flood Damaged

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Existing Structure – Flood Damaged

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Existing Structure – Flood Damaged

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Picking the Caisson Rebar Cages

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Installing the Caisson Rebar Cages

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Equipment on the Job

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Substructure Layout

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Maintaining the Water Flow

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Installing the Gabion Walls

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

View towards West Abutment

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Maintaining the Water Flow

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Superstructure Placement

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Forming the Gabion Baskets

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Working with SEPTA crews

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Finished Structure – View towards West Abutment

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Structure open for Operation

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Structure open for Operation

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The Fort Washington - SEPTA Bridge

Finished Structure