R.V. Anderson Associates Limited (RVA) was retained to prepare the detailed design and provide contract administration and site inspection for the structural rehabilitation of the Paris Street Bridge, in downtown Sudbury. The bridge consists of three spans with a total length of 207 m, and steel box girders to support a deck that accommodates four lanes of traffic. The rehabilitation to this major arterial overpass, including road improvements to both approaches to the bridge, was based on recommendations from the Preliminary Design Report Analysis and Update Detailed Condition Survey.
The project consisted of a partial depth deck replacement, and removal and replacement of the sidewalks on deck, barrier walls and railings, bridge jacking and replacement of all bearings, repairs to retaining walls, steel box girders, expansion joints as well as pavement resurfacing and curb replacement on the approaches. In addition to the detailed design of the rehabilitation, the project required extensive coordination with Canadian Pacific Railway, consultation with residents, complex traffic staging and utility relocation, including Hydro and Bell Canada fibre optics.
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