$ 22 Million
Project consisted of the replacement of two spans of the originally designed 6-span Metro Parkway Bridge with an earth plug conformed of MSE walls and fill creating two separate bridges, the southern bridge (Bridge B) over the North Colonial Waterway and a future bike trail and the northern bridge (Bridge C) over the railroad and the Ten Mile Canal through the approved Cost Savings Initiative Proposal (CSIP) Concept. Lakes’ personnel prepared a Cost Savings Initiative Proposal (CSIP) Construction Documents for two separate bridges. The southern bridge (Bridge B), a single 161’-0” span over the North Colonial Waterway and a future bike trail, consisted of prestressed FIB-78 with conventionally reinforced concrete deck for the Superstructure. The northern bridge (Bridge C) over the railroad and the Ten Mile Canal, included 3 spans (170’-154’-88’), also with FIB-78 at Spans 1 & 2) and FIB-36 at Span 3 for the Superstructure. Substructure consisted of multicolumn piers on 24” prestressed concrete pile foundations.