Project 96-172
Eilenberger Springs Bridge Replacement
Borough of New Albany, Bradford County, PA

Towanda Municipal Authority
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Elevation Looking Upstream

Engineering services for the design of the Eilenberger Springs replacement bridge spanning Towanda Creek and allowing for access to the Eilenberger Spring treatment plant. The cast-in-place, reinforced concrete culvert had a 22-foot span, a 12-foot clear roadway width, and a clear opening height of 11-feet. Wing walls extended a horizontal distance of fourteen feet at a forty-five degree angle from the corners of the box culvert. Replacement bridge design was in accordance with PADOT LRFD Box Culvert (BXLRFD) to support H-20 loading conditions.

Engineering services include review of existing documentation and regulatory agency submission requirements; preparation of a site boundary, topographic and utility survey; wetlands delineation; preparation of an hydrologic/hydraulic report; subgrade core borings to verify subgrade engineering properties and laboratory testing of recovered subgrade cores; preparation of geotechnical engineering investigation report; preparation of construction drawings and bound technical specifications; preparation of applications required by regulatory agencies; preparation of soil erosion and sedimentation plans, narrative, and calculations; preparation of stormwater management plans, narrative, and calculations; submission of the above plans, narratives, and calculations to regulatory agencies; response to regulatory agencies review comments and revision of plans, narratives, and calculations based upon review comments; attendance at a meeting for each regulatory agency to discuss proposed site improvements; construction cost estimates; and, bid and construction phase services that include shop drawing review and construction phase site visits.

Estimated Construction Cost: $360,000

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