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Wagon Creek Pedestrian Bridge

  • The Wagon Creek Arm Pedestrian Bridge Completed in 2010

  • Footprint of New Bridge Is Cleared and Trees Are Salvaged

  • Steel Arch Suspension Bridge Being Erected and Barge Used During Construction

  • Retaining Walls for the West Approach Are Being Constructed

  • Completed Bridge at the Dedication Ceremony

Public Works - Wagon Creek Arm Pedestrian Bridge 2010

This project involved the construction of a single span, steel tied arch with wood deck bridge, 262.5 feet long and 10 feet wide. Approach trails with retaining walls were constructed.

The bridge was constructed over Lake Siskiyou. The contractor utilized floating barges to support the bridge false work and position the erection crane. Concrete was delivered to an inaccessible abutment via a 700 foot lone line pump. Erection of the bridge went smoothly due to diligent planning and a well thought out erection plan.

The Wagon Pedestrian Bridge was funded by the McConnell Foundation Grant, America Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and Transportation Enhancement (TE) funds.

 

Project Status: 

Completed

Project Contractor: 

Shasta Services, Inc. - dba Timberworks

Project Cost: 

$2,308,728.40

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