The original park entrance bridge, which is still in use, is a fully wooden structure built in the 1920’s. With continuous use, and almost 100 years of fluctuating tides (almost 7’ between high water and low water), the bridge has outlived its design life. The new 1,295-foot-long bridge will be constructed from pre-cast pile, cast-in-place bent caps, pre-cast concrete girders, cast-in-place diaphragm walls, abutments, and wing walls. The new bridge will be located 6’ to the west of the existing bridge.
Type of structure
U.S. DOT Federal Highway Administration
Aquaterra Contracting, Inc.
1,295 Lineal Feet