PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: GARDEN STATE PARKWAY OVER GREAT EGG HARBOR BAY
This project consists of constructing a new 3,840 ft. bridge over Great Egg Harbor Bay and demolition of the old structure. The new bridge consists of 21 spans of pre-cast, pre-stressed bulb tee girders up to 250' in length, made continuous for live load. The main channel spans consist of spliced, post-tensioned bulb tee girders of varying depth.
McNary Bergeron & Associates is providing a variety of construction engineering services for the project, including the design of pre-cast slabs used as stay-in-place forms for footing concrete pours, design of the temporary trestle used for crane construction access throughout the project, rigging design and stability analysis for erection of long pre-stressed concrete girders, and design of the temporary support system for the spliced pre-cast girders prior to post-tensioning operations.