DRJTBC Upper Black Eddy-Milford Toll- Supported Bridge Rehabilitation
The Upper Black Eddy-Milford Toll-Supported Bridge is the newest of the six Warren truss bridges that the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission owns and operates between the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The bridge was constructed in 1933 with a concrete-filled inverted T-beam deck that has remained open to traffic for 77 years.
The rehabilitation project included a new floor system; replacements of various corroded steel beams and stringers; a new bridge deck; a new pedestrian sidewalk; new vehicular guiderails; new decorative lighting on the bridge and sidewalk; repair of abutments and piers; removal of existing lead-based paint in a manner that protected the environment; and repainting the bridge.
Envision was a sub-consultant to Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. and was assigned the responsibility for CPM Scheduling services, which included the review of the contractor's construction schedule and the review of monthly updates.
- Owner: Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (DRJTBC)
- Client: Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc.
- Project Start: September 2009
- Project End: May 2011
Estimated Cost: $1.2 million