Sometimes, to make an old bridge safe an secure, you have to design a new one. The Notekeu Creek Bridge had been serving its community since 1949, and was due for major upgrades. Our team analyzed the project and found that a new replacement bridge would be the safest and most effective option.
Features like precast concrete beams, caps, and a steel bridge design added to the new bridge’s stability and security, while an adjustment to its location (to center the water flow) protects it and its travelers from a flood. The concrete beams and caps allow for a shortened construction time, and the adjustment helps eliminate ongoing repairs. It’s safety, security, and savings (costs and time) all in one bridge design.
The Notekeu Creek Bridge will be constructed and completed in 2014.