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Posts Tagged ‘ABC’

Bridge construction projects – happening at ‘almost’ the speed of light!

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Two city bridge superstructures demolished, moved and replaced in 16 hours? Impossible? No…it can happen and Utah’s Department of Transportation just proved it…This impossible-sounding accomplishment is a result of a program called Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). It allows completion of bridge projects in record time. But, these kinds of success stories are not just happening in Utah.

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American Fork, UT: Sam White Bridge – Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC)

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

The video provides a time lapse of the 1.725 billion Utah County I-15 Corridor Expansion (I-15 CORE) design-build project, UDOT, with contractor Provo River Constructors, used Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) techniques to move the Sam White Bridge in American Fork, Utah. Baker provided design of the bridge, the SPMT move path, temporary supports and provided […]

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Oregon City, OR: OR213 (Jughandle Project) – Time-Lapse

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Construction crews successfully completed an unconventional bridge construction technique known as Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) on the OR213: I-205 to Redland Road Overcrossing project, also known as the Jughandle Project, in Oregon City. The ABC method of construction involved initially constructing the new bridge next to the existing highway on a temporary foundation. As demonstrated […]

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Huron County, Michigan: M-25 Bridge Replacement

Monday, September 26th, 2011

September 23, 2011 — The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) used accelerated bridge construction (ABC) techniques, including using pre-cast components, this past summer to replace the M-25 bridge over the White River in rural Huron County. ABC allows for bridges like this to be built faster while saving money and reducing delays for motorists. – […]

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