PennDOT District 9-0, Bedford County
This project replaced the structure carrying SR 31 over the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. The existing structure, built in 1931, was a 97’-0”, two-span concrete t-beam bridge. This bridge replacement used a 110’-10.5” span P/S concrete PA bulb tee beam superstructure on concrete abutments. The overall project included 1,410’-0” of approach roadway improvements plus realignment of an intersection/township roadway and improvements to a PA Turnpike access road. A temporary bridge was used to maintain traffic during construction.
I probably don’t say this enough, but we so appreciate the quality of work Keller Engineers does. The fact that they include building footprints and natural features makes these surveys super useful. I’m reminding my colleagues in other counties that their surveyors need to up their quality. F. Mark Schiavone, Executive Director Berkeley County Farmland Protection Board