Hydraulic systems specifically designed with long stroke cylinders to roll bridges in and out with ease and precision.
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New York I-678 Bridge Replacement
Our client had asked to design and provide a sixteen point Synchronous Jacking System to both rain and remove the existing bridges spanning over the I678.
Then the existing bridges placed on a set of rollers and pushed off to the side so that it could be demolished and taken away, using the same sixteen point Synchronous Jacking System.
Then the existing bridges placed on a set of rollers and pushed demolished and taken away, using the same sixteen point Synchronous Jacking System.The new bridge was then placed on rollers and rolled into positioning then using the Synchronous Jacking System was lowered into place.
This was done for both bridges on I 678. The Jamaica Avenue bridge and Hillside Avenue bridge job was a big success. See the letter from the client.
I-678 Bridge Roll-in & Replacement
New York State Department of Transportation Region 11 Reconstruction of Jamaica Avenue Bridge over I-678 Van Wyck Expressway The Roll-in/Roll Out Method.
Description of Project Scope of Bridge Work – – Remove entire superstructure – 110 feet long – Remove and relocate abutments – Remove and replace center pier stem – Install new two-span continuous bridge – 28 feet longer than existing Scope of Work on Van Wyck Expressway (I-678) – – Widen segment by addition of acceleration/deceleration lanes in both directions – Improve safety of VWE with full width flush shoulders – Resurface all six lanes over a half mile in length – Upgrades to drainage, lighting, ITS, signing, landscaping.
Reconstruction of Jamaica Avenue Bridge over I-678 Van Wyck Expressway The Roll-in/Roll Out Method.