PennDOT District 9-0, Bedford County
This project involved replacing the structure carrying SR 31 over the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, near the intersection of Diehl Road (T-402). Built in 1931, the existing structure was an 87’, two-span concrete t-beam bridge. The replacement bridge used an 86’-10” span P/S concrete PA bulb tee beam superstructure on concrete abutments. The overall project included 1,715’-0” of approach roadway improvements including straightening of the alignment to eliminate existing sight distance challenges. Staged, partial width construction was utilized allowing improved alignment for this project.
Penn Cambria School District has collaborated the last 4 years with the Keller Engineer’s team to complete a multi-phased paving and drainage project on our HS campus. I have personally worked with Adam Long, Brian Smith and Shawn Ritchey throughout the entire project and they made Penn Cambria feel like we were their only client. The personal attention to our needs and specific details of this project were second to none. The communication aspect of the Keller Engineer Team was outstanding. We trust their process, their design and their commitment to a quality project that when completed, we are all very proud of. Bill Marshall, Superintendent Penn Cambria School District