ironville bridge

The project consisted of designing and constructing a new bridge downstream of the existing bridge. The new structure is located approximately 60 feet downstream of the existing bridge. The new structure is a two-span, prestressed, bulb tee beam bridge with an overall span length of approximately 206 feet. The bridge width varies from 28.5′ to 31.5′. The tructure was skewed 55 degrees, located in horizontal curve, crest vertical curve, superelevation transition, and the structure foundations were in a Karst Formation.

The previous two-span concrete arch bridge was utilized to maintain traffic around the construction site during construction of the new bridge. A 7 day road closure was required to tie the proposed roadway into the existing roadway.

This project also included minor roadway/intersection improvements to SR 1015.