Project Description: Rehabilitation of a 100-Year Old Historic earth-filled concrete spandrel arch bridge carrying Ferry Street over Vermont Street and Charles Creek.
This bridge rehabilitation project needed the completion of a Categorical Exclusion, Level 3 / Programmatic Section 4 (f). This type of environmental documentation was required due to the project’s impact on a bridge identified as a candidate for the National Register of Historic Places. As a result, the project required exhaustive coordination with Section 106 Consulting Agencies in an effort to satisfy historic concerns. Stipulations remediating the project’s effect on the bridge were documented in a Memorandum of Agreement. Additionally, the bridge was also photographically documented in accordance with current standards as stipulated in the project’s Memorandum of Agreement.
Approximate Project Cost: $750,000
Breadth of Services Provided: Survey, Environmental Services, Bridge Design, and Construction Inspection