Borough of Totowa / Township of Wayne, NJ
- Maintained two lanes of traffic during construction
- Replaced existing bridge deck with a new larger deck
- Built two 300 foot t-wall retaining wall systems
- >RCC designed, installed and removed work platforms and shielding over highway
- Installation of pavement, curb, median barrier and drainage system
While maintaining two lanes of traffic, the existing 44-foot by 156-foot bridge deck was replaced with a 68-foot by 156-foot concrete deck, with a corrosion inhibitor admixture, on extended abutments and pier. The tops of the existing abutments and pier were raised to increase the clearance above Route 46 and widened to accommodate the new structure. Two 300-foot T-wall retaining wall systems were constructed adjacent to the reconfigured ramps. Three buildings were demolished to provide right-of-way. The general sitework included clearing trees, 32,000 cy of roadway excavation, 10,000 cy of borrow excavation, 36,000 tons of asphalt pavement, 19,500 lf of concrete curb, 2,000 lf of median barrier curb, and 900 cy of concrete pavement replacement.
Site utility work included installing 103 storm water drainage structures, 7,300 lf of reinforced concrete pipe, four sanitary manholes, 550 lf of sewer pipe and 100 lf of water pipe. New highway lighting and traffic signal systems. Two cantilever and four overhead sign structures were also constructed, along with three tower lights, 3,500 lf of guide rail, 5,300 lf of fence, and 1,300 shrubs and trees. RCC designed, installed and removed work platforms and shielding over the highway in compliance with NJ DOT’s regulations.