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City of Columbus Engineering & Construction
S.D. Pomeroy & Associates
Kokosign Construction Company Inc.
May 27, 1999
The City of Columbus and S.D. Pomeroy & Associates prepared plans and documents to widen McKinley Avenue from a two-lane road to a four-lane street with curbs. The existing bridge over Dry Run was deficient structurally and functionally. The consulting engineer prepared plans for a three-sided flat top structure with cast-in-place headwalls and wingwalls. The low bidder, Kokosing Construction, requested to use the CON/SPAN® Bridge System for the application and received approval from the city.
Kokosing Construction justified the CON/SPAN® system for economy, ease of construction, and time savings. The CON/SPAN® bridge was built utilizing part-width construction and the CON/SPAN® precast wingwall system. CON/SPAN®’s 24-foot span units were designed to meet ODOT and City of Columbus specifications.
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