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RHSI awarded Inspection Services Contract for the Bexar County Flood Control N. Verde Road LWC project


RHSI received a Notice-to-Proceed (NTP) on September 30, 2015 to provide full time inspection services on the Bexar County Flood Control N. Verde Road LWC project in San Antonio, Texas.

The scope of the project is generally described as the replacement of the low water crossing on North Verde Road at French Creek with a span bridge including roadway approaches consisting of grading, base, surface, pavement markings, signs and appurtenances, grading upstream and downstream of the bridge, plus the installation of a High Water Detection System (HWDS) at the South Verde LWC across French Creek.  The proposed structure crossing French Creek is a 432-ft pre-stressed concrete beam bridge consisting of seven spans with type C221 concrete railing, drilled shaft foundations, and concrete riprap at the abutments.  N. Verde Road will be closed with a detour along South Verde Road.

The project is scheduled to be complete in late July of 2016.

Posted by Barbara Tavares on 15th October, 2015 | Comments | Trackbacks
Tags: R. H. Shackelford awarded Bexar County Flood Control, Engineering firms in San Antonio, Flood control in Texas

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