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RS&H provided construction engineering and inspection (CEI) services for this major steel tub girder bridge construction project in Jacksonville, Florida. The project included construction of two steel tub girder fly-over bridges using deep pile footings for future development, replacement of a double-barrel box culvert with an existing flow line 30 feet below the Arlington Expressway, widening of two ASHTO Type IV beam concrete bridges, realignment of the Arlington Expressway, realignment of the Regency Square Boulevard North Interchange, construction of a roundabout, and the resurfacing of the existing roadways.
The new fly-over ramps consisted of two side-by-side steel tub girders with span lengths up to 372 feet and Ramp B overall length of 1,552 feet. Each tub girder was approximately 10.5 feet by 10 feet. A total of 5,000 tons of structural steel, 406 tons of reinforcing steel, and 3,879 CYDs of structural concrete was used to construct the bridges. Services included:
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Jacksonville Transportation Authority