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NCDOT Bridges 109 and 121 over Buffalo Creek

North Carolina
In Progress

The existing bridges consist of five spans for each with full length of 200 feet, they were originally constructed in 1957, and 1964. both Bridges considered structurally deficient, degraded for posted load limit, and functionally obsolete meaning it was safe to travel on but had reached the end of its useful life.

The replacement bridges will be three-span bridges approximately 210 feet long with two lanes for each and sidewalks one on each bridge.  During construction the traffic will be pushed on one of the bridges and shift two-lane one way to two-lanes two-way so that phase one can be completed by demo the existing bridge and construct the new bridge structure, once phase one is completed the traffic will be pushed onto the new bridge structure and proceed with the construction of phase 2detour the utilization of the existing structure as a detour route will allow travelers and commuters to get to the city of Greensboro with no interruptions during the construction of the new bridges.


North Carolina Department of Transportation

Scope of Work:
  • Erosion Control
  • Removal of Existing Bridge Structure
  • Utilities
  • Traffic Control
  • Earthwork
  • Grading
  • Drainage Improvement
  • Paving
  • Structure & Bridge Replacement

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