NCI as a subconsultant to B&N, was responsible for supplemental survey, bridge design, and right-of-way plans. This project widened and upgraded 2.8 miles of I-75 through Toledo from Detroit Avenue to Lagrange Street and improved interchanges, including the interchange with I-475. The bridge carrying I-75 over Phillips Avenue is a 3-span mainline structure with spans of 51’-6”, 80’-1”, and 52’-9”. The scope of work involved a new continuous superstructure utilizing curved steel beams. The bridge was widened from 82’ to 135’ to accommodate an additional lane of traffic in each direction. The bridge carrying I-75 over Lagrange Street is a 3-span mainline structure with spans of 45’-11”, 69’-6”, and 46’-0”. The work on this bridge involved a new continuous superstructure utilizing straight beams on a curved alignment. The bridge was widened from 82’ to 148’ to accommodate an additional lane of mainline traffic in each direction plus ramps and shoulders.

CLIENT: Burgess & Niple/Ohio Department of Transportation

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