- M375A Historic Oak Grove Bridge
The Mineral King Bridge is an approximately 108-foot- long structure providing access across the East Fork of the Kaweah River. The existing bridge, constructed in 1923, is considered a historic resource. The bridge received a low sufficiency rating and was flagged as structurally deficient due to deterioration of the bridge over time.
- Ave 364 Cottonwood Creek Bridge
This project consists of the replacement of an existing single lane,
103-ft long, three-span bridge consisting of a reinforced concrete
deck on continuous steel girders supported by precast concrete
piles at the piers and reinforced concrete seat type abutments. The
existing structure was flagged by Caltrans as structurally deficient
due to significant pattern cracking on the concrete deck as well as
moderate transverse and longitudinal soffit cracks.
- Ave 392 Sand Creek Bridge
This project consists of the replacement of an existing two lane,
four-span reinforced concrete flat slab bridge on reinforced concrete
pier walls and reinforced concrete closed end wall abutments.
The existing structure which has been flagged as functionally obsolete
due to the narrow bridge width, was originally constructed in
1939, therefore making it a difficult candidate for retrofit and widening.