Dutch Gap Bridge Replacement
Maine Department of Transportation
Dutch Gap Bridge Replacement
Hoyle Tanner provided professional engineering services for the bridge replacement of twin 14’ diameter metal pipe culverts with a 75’ span NEXT Beam with integral abutments. Preliminary and final design services included: hydraulics, scour evaluations, habitat connectivity design, public outreach, bridge design, roadway design, and final plans, specifications, and estimate. The superstructure includes a bare concrete deck with integral wearing surface and a roadway width of 24’. A single lane temporary bridge maintains traffic during construction. The project also included several hundred feet of approach roadway reconstruction with improvements in the vertical alignment and roadside safety.
- Final Design
- Preliminary Design
- Habitat Analysis
- Hydraulic Analysis
- Scour Evaluation
- Alternatives Development & Analysis
- Load Rating Analysis
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