Mullica River Bridge
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The New Jersey Turnpike Authority selected Agate Construction to build the new parallel bridge carrying the Garden State Parkway over the Mullica River to the east of the existing structure. The project included construction of approximately 5,400 linear feet of new approach roadways and a new fender system to protect the new and existing bridge piers. Special features for the project include: a new 1,230 feet long river crossing of prestressed concrete spliced girders with a 9” HPC deck, drilled shaft piers, pile supported abutments, major roadway drainage reconstruction, retaining walls, relocated access road adjacent to the south abutment, plastic lumber fender system, stone column construction, approximately 3,000 linear feet of MSE retaining walls, a scour monitoring system, and bridge and navigation lighting. All roadway improvements to the GSP mainline necessary to provide a safe and efficient flow of traffic in conjunction with the bridge improvements were completed as required.

  • Client: New Jersey Turnpike Authority
  • Location: Port Republic, NJ
  • Dollar Amount: $53M
  • Year Completed: 2014
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