This project involved complete reconstruction of West Mulberry Street from West Street to Sycamore Street in Lebanon, Ohio, including water and sanitary sewer main replacements and the addition of storm sewers. Specific work included the creation of numerous intersection details and curb ramp layouts and design. Also as part of this project, the existing single span, prestressed concrete box beam bridge over the North Fork of Turtle Creek was rehabilitated. The existing wearing surface was replaced with a new waterproofing membrane and asphalt wearing surface. The box beam keys were re-grouted, the existing abutment joints replaced, and rock channel protection was installed along one abutment to aid in scour protection. The storm sewer facilities were completely redesigned (size, grade and location) to eliminate existing drainage problems. The project also included an 8” water main replacement the length of the project. Also, a portion of the sanitary sewer was replaced and flow reversed to eliminate a problem with flow in the system.

CLIENT: City of Lebanon

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