Stoneham Arch Bridge Highway 73
Stoneham, QC Canada | 2012
The Fancourt Bridge, a 200 ft galvanized steel girder bridge, is situated over top of the 10th Street Bypass ramps that travel from the Fort Duquesne and Pitt Bridges. During this project, the bridge will be completely removed and then replaced by a new bridge, allowing for a higher clearance on the 10th Street Bypass. The bridge, which was built in 1930, had been rated structurally and functionally obsolete. Due to the galvanized coating's durability and sustainability of the previous application, hot dip galvanizing was the choice finish for this bridge rehabilitation project.
Bridge & Highway
Pittsburgh, PA United States
Coating Durability, Life-Cycle Cost, Sustainability
9-bridge girders, and 40-diaphrams.
American Galvanizing Company
Greiner Industries Inc
Trumbull Corporation & KCI Technologies
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