Location: Meadowbrook Road, Harrison County, West Virginia
Client: West Virginia Department of Transportation, Division of Highways
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Surveying & Technology
- Transportation Engineering
E.L. Robinson Engineering Co. was hired by the West Virginia Department of Transportation, Division of Highways to prepare engineering design, construction plans and specifications of superstructure components for a new four lane divided highway bridge along Meadowbrook Road in Harrison County, West Virginia.
The bridge consisted of composite welded steel plate girder (79" deep) on semi-integral abutments and two column bents on wall shafts (101.7' high) supported by spread footings and drilled shafts. The total width of the bridge is 47.5 feet (out to out) - West & East bound each. The total length of the bridge is 703' (c/c bearings). There are five (5) spans on the bridge with the longest span length equaling 155 feet. The estimated project cost for the Meadowbrook Road Bridge came to $7,560,000.
E.L. Robinson Engineering Co. not only provided surveying services, engineering design and plans, but also provided geotechnical investigations and hydraulic studies.