BETSY ROSS BRIDGE

Owner – Pennsylvania DOT (SR 0095, Sec. BR0)
$162.0M Construction Cost

  • Over 36,000 CY of Structure Concrete and 111,500 LF of Steel Production Piles
  • Over 29,000 CY of Engineered Lightweight Foam Concrete
  • Construction and Widening of the I-95, Betsy Ross Bridge, & Aramingo Ave. Interchange
  • New 18-Span and New 11-Span Prestressed Concrete Beam Structures Over 6 Active Lanes of Interstate Highway (I-95), I-95 Off Ramp, and Active Railways (Conrail)
  • Two-Staged Replacement of 3-Span Steel Plate Girder Bridge over Active Railways with Main Span Length of 190 LF
  • Two-Staged Widening of Existing of 7-Span Steel Girder Bridge over 4 Active Lanes of Local Roadways (Aramingo Ave) and Active Railways (Conrail)
  • Two-Staged Demolition and Widening of Existing 11-Span Superelevated Steel Girder Bridge Over The Frankford Creek, 4 Active Lanes of Local Roadways and Active Railways
  • Installation of 1,200 LF MSE Retaining Wall System
  • Over 1,500 LF of Cast-in-Place and Precast Concrete Box Sewer with Transition, Junction, and Tide Gate Chambers
  • Column Supported Embankment System & Load Transfer Platform System
  • Multi-Staged Maintenance and Protection of Local and Highway Traffic
  • Replacement of Existing Concrete Soundwall Panels and Steel Posts
  • Design/Build ADA Curb Cut Ramps