The bridge that carries Route 240 over the Missouri River near Glasgow, Missouri received a new superstructure while re-using and modifying the existing substructure. The bridge also crossed over a spur track on the east side. The $14M superstructure replacement project was completed in December, 2009. The bridge is 2,222 feet long and is a 12-span, 6-unit bridge with a maximum span of 343 feet. The new roadway width is 26 foot and carries two lanes of traffic. The main river span is a three-span continuous parallel flange steel plate three girder superstructure system. The approach spans were also steel plate girders. A majority of the existing substructure was re-used to limit work in the river channel. The bridge is directly adjacent to an existing RR bridge.
Completed Time: December 2009
Project Value: $14M
Contract: $92.9 Million
1.7 Mile Bridge crosses Lake Dallas, Texas
Contract: $37.6 Million
Jensen's 14th crossing of the Missouri River
2,478' bridge with a span of 425'
State Route 13 over the Cumberland River
Bridge Width: 77 ft. 11 in.
Bridge Length: 1,686 ft 2 in.
Project Cost: $49.99M
1,400 ft bridge over Hillebrandt Bayou
Concrete Beam Bridge over Lake Texoma
A connecting bridge over the Raccoon River
Used a Value Engineering Proposal to change bridge design
Jensen's 13th time crossing the Missouri River
The bridge is 2,670 feet long and is a 15 span structure with a maximum span of 450 feet over the navigation channel.
The $24M project was opened in the fall of 2008 ahead of schedule. The 1500 foot long bridge is a 6 span structure with a maximum span of 280 feet.
310' tied arch bridge
Steel girder bridge replacement in Omaha, NE
Building a culvert for 2nd Ave
7-year project included 18 bridges
18 spans resulting in a total bridge length of 3,280 feet
Crossing the Mississippi River
Twin bridges spanning 1,630'
Two extraordinary, large and complex cofferdams were built
Deepest drill shafts in Louisiana at time of project
Pedestrian Bridge connecting 15 miles of recreational trails
Long bridge spans, falsework towers and multi-crane lifts