Highway 150 Bridge Replacement Over Shades Creek and CSX
Alabama Department of Transportation
This project widened and improved the intersection at Highway 150 near Ross Bridge Parkway and replaced two existing bridges over Shades Creek and CSX Railroad with a single 941-foot-long, 90-foot-wide bridge. The new bridge is a multi-stem bent cast-in-place substructure founded on drilled shafts with 10 prestressed concrete girder simple spans and a cast-in-place concrete deck.
The scope of work also included significant grading, drainage, and sanitary sewer packages in addition to the roadway and signal work. Brasfield & Gorrie self-performed all traffic control, H-pile driving, bridge concrete, prestressed concrete girder erection, and bridge demolition.