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MEMORANDUM
ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
 & Kirk Weston
FROM: Mike Clark
DATE: January 12, 2018
SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Wales Twp.

Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load
rating has been decreased:

Castor Road over Neaton Drain (23-21L) in Wales Twp.

? Bridge is 50 feet south of County Park Road

Previous Posting
15 ton - Single
36 ton - Double
64 ton - Triple

NEW Posting
Current structure capacity is:
5 ton - Single
7 ton - Double
14 ton - Triple 

NEWS - MDOT Bridge Field Services partnering with local agencies to save money and share knowledge

Michigan DOT sent this bulletin at 12/26/2017 02:56 PM EST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                               TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2017

CONTACT: Jocelyn Hall, MDOT Office of Communications, 989-245-7117Call: 989-245-7117

                 hallj20@michigan.gov

 

MDOT Bridge Field Services partnering with local agencies to save money and share knowledge

 

Fast facts:

- The MDOT Bridge Field Services unit in Lansing partnering with local agency road commissions and departments of public works.

- Collaboration allows sharing of knowledge and resources, saves money.

- Future opportunities to partner still exist via the MDOT Bureau of Bridges and Structures.

 

December 26, 2017 -- The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has long viewed infrastructure management as a team effort, but a new initiative spurred by MDOT's Bureau of Bridges and Structures has brought that view into reality, offering local agencies the opportunity to team up and test out new maintenance strategies alongside state experts.

            In April, MDOT was contacted by the St. Clair County Road Commission (SCCRC) in search of a new solution to repair deteriorated joints on the Pine River Bridge on Kilgore Road. The bridge was originally constructed in 1989. While the joint repairs are necessary to preserve the pavement surface and overall life expectancy of the bridge, the typical solution for this type of repair has been found to have limited capabilities and result in premature cracking making future maintenance inevitable.

            Both MDOT and its local agency partners are continuing efforts to develop long-term construction and maintenance efforts for infrastructure, and this scenario was ideal for an experimental product. The road commission reached out to MDOT in search of a high-performance concrete product, and agreed that the location was ideal to try a new product that had undergone extensive lab testing, including one field trial the previous year.

            In August, the road commission was joined by MDOT and the University of Michigan in testing the new high-performance concrete. All components of the concrete were carefully measured and mixed on-site before being applied to forms along each joint being replaced. The University of Michigan collected several samples of the concrete, which were taken to the lab for extensive testing. The road commission was left with fresh joints, and the entire bridge was then finished with a new asphalt overlay and waterproofing sealant. While the concrete product was found to be successful, arguably the most positive outcome was the partnership between two agencies that promoted the use of a new product, and included additional on-site manpower to assist in implementing this product.

            This partnership is part of the overall goal and intention of the MDOT Bureau of Bridges and Structures. By partnering with local agencies, products, equipment, resources, and staff can be shared to help control costs and develop alternative maintenance strategies that may otherwise have gone unused.

            The use of this concrete product is just one of the recent initiatives employed by Jason DeRuyver, a manager within the Bureau of Bridges and Structures. "We're excited to partner and share what we know about maintenance and different experimental products with local agencies that might not have access to those resources," said DeRuyver.

            In recent months, DeRuyver has made contact with road commissions and public works departments (DPW) hoping to extend an invitation to partner for educational purposes should the opportunity arise. This includes answering any questions local agencies may have about their own upcoming maintenance. In addition, DeRuyver has also extended invitations to surrounding local agencies in the event that MDOT staff have an upcoming specialized maintenance project. "Teaching local agencies about these new tactics and products will help them be more efficient in their own area, and they may even realize a product or repair method we are using is actually ideal for some of their own infrastructure maintenance," said DeRuyver. "Transportation budgets are going to remain tight in comparison to the work we still have to do, so any opportunity to educate other staff through job shadowing will be a benefit to those agencies, and one that won't cost their agency much in the long run."

"MDOT was extremely helpful in our joint repair project," said DeWayne Rogers of the SCCRC. "They were part of the process from beginning to end. There were several hurdles to get through lining up all the materials, equipment and labor. When time for construction arrived, they were there to guide and assist all the way. The project was a success and we look forward to taking the know-how we gained and building on it for next season."

            In recent months, road agencies have begun to trouble shoot through DeRuyver and his unit. Most recently they assisted the St. Joseph County Road Commission strengthen a nail-laminated timber bridge. Local agencies in search of advice, direction, or additional education for bridge maintenance projects are encouraged to reach out to DeRuyver by e-mail at deruyverj@michigan.gov.

 

 

 

Photo 1: MDOT, St. Clair County Road Commission, and University of Michigan staff gathered to test the use of an ultra-high-performance concrete to create new joints on the Pine River Bridge on Kilgore Road. 

Photo 2: All components for the concrete and application are gathered, including on-site mixers. 

Photo 3: Batching of the mixture takes place on-site, just prior to application into customized form work. 

Photo 4: Joints have been freshly poured and plywood is placed on top to help create a smooth finish.

*PRESS RELEASE*

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: 12/08/2017
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT: Dewayne A. Rogers (810)-388-4030

Lapeer Road between Alger Road to east of l-94 overpass
Port Huron Township


Construction to reconstruct and widen Lapeer Road from Alger Road to just east of the I- 94 overpass occurred under a partial closure and will be open to traffic at 4:00PM today.

Work included widening for a center-turn lane along with new asphalt surfacing, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, driveways, ramps and new drainage.

This project was financed by the St. Clair County Road Commission and the Michigan Department of Transportation at a total estimated cost for construction of $1,437,158.79. This work was performed by Raymond Excavating Company.


*REVISED PRESS RELEASE*

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE:12/05/2017
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT: Dewayne A. Rogers (810)-388-4030

Marine City Hwy over Swan Creek will be closed starting December 7, 2017.

Construction to replace the Marine City Hwy bridge over Swan Creek with a new concrete culvert will continue through December, 2017.

Work includes removing the existing bridge, replacing it with a new three-sided concrete culvert, concrete pavement, and new guardrail.

The project will be closed from December 7, 2017 to December 8, 2017 to permit the installation of the new three-sided concrete culvert. The full road closure will be from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm on December 7th and 8th. Marine City Hwy will be closed approximately 200' east and west of the Swan Creek. The posted detour for Marine City Hwy will be Church Road, Shortcut Road and Palms Road.

Traffic will not be permitted across the Swan Creek during the closure. Local residents and emergency vehicles will have access to local properties on either side of the Swan Creek on Marine City Hwy. Local residents are encouraged to plan for delays due to construction. We request your cooperation and patience.

This project is financed by the St. Clair County Road Commission and the Michigan Department of Transportation at a total estimated cost for construction of $1,387,128.70. The work will be performed by the prime contractor Davis Construction, Inc.


MEMORANDUM 
ROAD COMMISSION   
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
TO:
       Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff 
& Kirk Weston 
FROM:
     Mike     Clark     
DATE:
     November 21, 2017 
SUBJECT:
  BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in St. Clair Twp. 
Due to construction work that replaced this bridge the following structure's 
maximum load rating has been increased and the posting removed: 
Gratiot Rd over Rattle Run Creek (22-15P) in St. Clair Twp. 
?
Bridge is 800 feet southwest of Rattle Run Road 
Previous Posting 
12 ton - Single 
22 ton - Double 
33 ton - Triple 
NEW Posting - Weight Restriction Removed 
Current structure is 
NOT
 posted.  
Old bridge has been removed and new bridge installed.

MEMORANDUM 
ROAD COMMISSION   
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
TO:
       Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff 
& Kirk Weston 
FROM:
     Mike     Clark     
DATE:
     November 21, 2017 
SUBJECT:
  BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Mussey Twp. 
Due  to  construction  work  that  replaced  this  culvert  the  following  
structure's maximum load rating has been increased and the posting removed: 
Burt Rd over Currier Drain (C26) in Mussey Twp. 
?
Bridge is 3200 feet east of Harvey Road 
Previous Posting 
14 ton - Single 
20 ton - Double 
35 ton - Triple 
NEW Posting - Weight Restriction Removed 
Current structure is 
NOT
 posted.  
Old culvert has been removed and new culvert installed.

MEMORANDUM 
ROAD COMMISSION   
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
TO:
       Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff 
& Kirk Weston 
FROM:
     Mike     Clark     
DATE:
     November 21, 2017 
SUBJECT:
  BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Columbus Twp. 
Due  to  construction  work  that  replaced  this  culvert  the  following  
structure's maximum load rating has been increased and the posting removed: 
Meskill Rd over Tinsman Drain (C19) in Columbus Twp. 
?
Bridge is 420 feet west of Bauman Road 
Previous Posting 
18 ton - Single 
29 ton - Double 
51 ton - Triple 
NEW Posting - Weight Restriction Removed 
Current structure is 
NOT
 posted.  
Old culvert has been removed and new culvert installed.

MEMORANDUM
ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
 & Kirk Weston
FROM: Mike Clark
DATE: November 21, 2017
SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Casco Twp.
Due to construction work that replaced this bridge the following structure's
maximum load rating has been increased and the posting removed:
Marine City Hwy over Swan Creek (4-10P) in Casco Twp.
? Bridge is 1550 feet west of Palms Road
Previous Posting
31 ton - Single
46 ton - Double
62 ton - Triple
NEW Posting - Weight Restriction Removed
Current structure is NOT posted.
Old bridge has been removed and new bridge installed.

MEMORANDUM
ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
 & Kirk Weston
FROM: Mike Clark
DATE: November 21, 2017
SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Casco Twp.
Due to construction work that replaced this bridge deck the following
structure's maximum load rating has been increased and the posting removed:
Marine City Hwy over Meldrum Drain (4-09P) in Casco Twp.
? Bridge is 1200 feet west of Hessen Road
Previous Posting
11 ton - Single
17 ton - Double
30 ton - Triple
NEW Posting - Weight Restriction Removed
Current structure is NOT posted.
Old bridge deck has been removed and new bridge deck installed.

		*PRESS RELEASE*
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE:11/15/2017
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT: Dewayne A. Rogers (810)-388-4030

Marine City Hwy over Swan Creek will be closed starting December 4, 2017.

Construction to replace the Marine City Hwy bridge over Swan Creek with a new concrete culvert will continue through December, 2017.

Work includes removing the existing bridge, replacing it with a new three-sided concrete culvert, concrete pavement, and new guardrail.

The project will be closed from December 4, 2017 to December 6, 2017 to permit the installation of the new three-sided concrete culvert. The full road closure will be from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm on December 4th, 5th and 6th. Marine City Hwy will be closed approximately 200' east and west of the Swan Creek. The posted detour for Marine City Hwy will be Church Road, Shortcut Road and Palms Road.

Traffic will not be permitted across the Swan Creek during the closure. Local residents and emergency vehicles will have access to local properties on either side of the Swan Creek on Marine City Hwy. Local residents are encouraged to plan for delays due to construction. We request your cooperation and patience.

This project is financed by the St. Clair County Road Commission and the Michigan Department of Transportation at a total estimated cost for construction of $1,387,128.70. The work will be performed by the prime contractor Davis Construction, Inc.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: 10/26/2017
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT: Dewayne A. Rogers (810)-388-4030

Meisner Road between Church Road and Meldrum Road is scheduled to
begin October 26, 2017.

Construction to relocate ditches and replace cross road culverts on Meisner Road between
Church Road and Meldrum Road is scheduled to begin on October 26, 2017.
Work will include 3,000 feet of ditching and ditch relocation, 500 feet of storm sewer, cross road culverts and slope restoration.

The project will occur under a single lane closure of Meisner Road until November 17,
2017 to permit the relocation of the existing ditches and the new storm sewer. The single
lane closure will be permanent from October 26th to November 17th. Meisner Road traffic
is encouraged to use an alternative route. An alternative route will be posted using Church Road, Springborn Road and Meldrum Road. Periodic, short term road closures may be needed at times for the cross road culverts.

Access will be maintained to local traffic through the construction and zone, including
homes and businesses. Local residents and emergency vehicles will have access to local
properties throughout the entire project. Local residents are encouraged to plan for delays due to construction. We request your cooperation and patience.

This project is financed by the St. Clair County Road Commission at a total estimated cost
for construction of $60,559.82. The work will be performed by the prime contractorWeston
Transport.


COUNTY OF ST. CLAIR
ROAD COMMISSION • PUBLIC WORKS
21 Airport Drive • St. Clair, Michigan 48079-1404
Phone: (810) 364-5720 • Fax: (810) 364-9050
E-.Mail: sccrc@mich.com • Website:http://sccrc-road,.org
COMMISSIONERS: William L. Blumerich, Kenneth C. Foerster, Timothy J. Lalonde

*PRESS RELEASE*

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DA TE: 8/31/2017
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT: Dewayne A. Rogers (810)-388-4030

Lapeer Road between Alger Road to east ofl-94 is scheduled to begin
September 11, 2017.

Construction to reconstruct and widen Lapeer Road from Alger Road to just east of the I-
94 overpass is scheduled to begin on September 11, 2017.

Work will include widening for a center-turn lane along with new asphalt surfacing,
concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk, driveways, ramps and new drainage.

The project will occur under a partial closure of Lapeer Road until November 17, 2017 to
permit the construction of the widened roadway. Eastbound Lapeer Road will be closed to
traffic from Michigan Road to the I-94 overpass. Westbound Lapeer Road will be
maintained at all times. The closure of Eastbound Lapeer Road will be continuous from
September 11th to November 17th. The posted detour for Eastbound Lapeer Road will be
Michigan Road, Griswold Road and 3znct Street.

Access will be permitted to local traffic within the construction and closure zone, including
homes and businesses, during the closure. Local residents and emergency vehicles will
have access to local properties on either side of the project. Local residents are encouraged
to plan for delays due to construction. We request your cooperation and patience.

This project is financed by the St. Clair County Road Commission and the Michigan
Department of Transportation at a total estimated cost for construction of$1,437,158.79.
The work will be performed by Raymond Excavating Company.

MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: August 11, 2017

SUBJECT: CULVERT POSTING CHANGE in St. Clair Twp.

Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load
rating has been decreased:

Vine Road over Hurst Drain (C35) in St. Clair Twp.
• Culvert is 735 feet west of Hurst Road

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:

10 ton - Single
15 ton - Double
26 ton - Triple



MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: August 11, 2017

SUBJECT: CULVERT POSTING CHANGE in Kimball Twp.

Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load
rating has been decreased:

Griswold Road over Drain No.202 (C04) in Kimball Twp.
• Bridge is 960 feet west of Ditty Road

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:

11 ton - Single
17 ton - Double
30 ton - Triple

COUNTY OF ST. CLAIR
ROAD COA1MISSI0N • PUBLIC WORKS
21 Airport Drive • St. Clair, Michigan 48079-1404
Phone: (810) 364-5720 • Fax: (810) 364-9050
E-Mail: sccrc@mich.com • Website:http://sccrc-roads.org
COMMISSIONERS: William L. Blumerich, Kenneth C. Foerster, Timothy J. LaLonde

*PRESS RELEASE*

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: 8/10/2017
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT: Dewayne A. Rogers (810)-388-4030

Marine City Hwy over Swan Creek is scheduled to begin August 14, 2017.
Located between Hessen Road & Palms Road in Casco/Ira Townships.

Construction to replace the Marine City Hwy bridge over Swan Creek with a new concrete
culvert is scheduled to begin on August 14, 2017.

Work will include removing the existing bridge, replacing it with a new three-sided concrete culvert, asphalt surfacing, and new guardrail.

The project will occur under a single lane closure of Marine City Hwy until November 28,
2017 to permit the replacement of the existing bridge. The single lane closure will be
permanent from August 14th to November 28th. Continuing construction will occur until
December 1, 2017 but traffic will be allowed through the site at that time with intermittent
lane closures. Marine City Hwy traffic will be controlled with the use of temporary traffic
signals for the duration of the project.

Access will be maintained to local traffic through the construction and zone, including
homes and businesses. Local residents and emergency vehicles will have access to local
properties throughout the entire project. Local residents are encouraged to plan for delays due to construction. We request your cooperation and patience.

This project is financed by the St. Clair County Road Commission and the Michigan
Department of Transportation at a total estimated cost for construction of $1,387,128.70.
The work will be performed by the prime contractor Davis Construction, Inc.


MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: August 9, 2017

SUBJECT: CULVERT POSTING CHANGE in Riley Twp.

Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load
rating has been decreased:

Hough Road over Sharrard-Burgess Drain (21-BL) in Riley Twp.
• Bridge is 1055 feet east of Eagling Road

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
10 ton - Single
15 ton - Double
28 ton - Triple







MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: July 18, 2017

SUBJECT: CULVERT POSTING CHANGE in Greenwood Twp.

Due to advancing steel culvert deterioration the following structure's
maximum load rating has been decreased:

Lohr Road over Eves Drain (14-lOL) in Greenwood Twp.

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
10 ton - Single
15 ton - Double
26 ton - Triple






MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: July 18, 2017

SUBJECT: CULVERT POSTING CHANGE in St. Clair Twp.

Due to advancing concrete and steel deterioration the following structure's
maximum load rating has been decreased:

Gratiot Road over Unnamed Drain (22-16P) in St. Clair Twp.
• Bridge is 1150 feet east of Mayer Road

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
42 ton - Single
64 ton - Double
77 ton - Triple






MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: July 18, 2017

SUBJECT: CULVERT POSTING CHANGE in Columbus Twp.

Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load
rating has been decreased:

Palms Road over Rattle Run Creek (8-4L) in Columbus Twp.
• Bridge is 825 feet north of Kendall Road

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
42 ton - Single
64 ton - Double
77 ton - Triple





MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: June 2, 2017

SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Berlin Twp.

Due to construction work that replaced this bridge deck the following
structure's maximum load rating has been increased and the posting removed:

Hough Road over Graham Drain (l-7P) in Berlin Twp.

Previous Posting

10 ton - Single
20 ton - Double
26 ton - Triple

NEW Posting - Weight Restriction Removed

Current structure is NOT posted.

Old bridge deck has been removed and new bridge deck installed.



MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: June 2, 2017

SUBJECT: CULVERT POSTING CHANGE in Berlin Twp.

Due to construction work that replaced this culvert the following
structure's maximum load rating has been increased and the posting removed:

Tubspring Road over Hannan-North Belle River Drain (C15-T01) in
Berlin Twp.

Previous Posting

10 ton - Single
15 ton - Double
26 ton - Triple

NEW Posting - Weight Restriction Removed

Current structure is NOT posted.

Old culvert has been removed and new culvert installed.



MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: May 11, 2017

SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Berlin Twp.


Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load
rating has been decreased:

Hough Road over Unnamed Drain (C20) in Berlin Twp.
(Just East of Holmes Road)

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
17 ton - Single
27 ton - Double
44 ton - Triple






MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE : March 29, 2017

SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Brockway Twp.

Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load rating has been decreased:

Wilkes Road over Mill Creek (2-6L) in Brockway Twp. Between Sayles Road & M-19

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
42 ton Single
62 ton Double
72 ton Triple




MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff & Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: February 24, 2017

SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Riley Twp.

Due to advancing steel deterioration the following structure's maximum load rating has been decreased:

Masters Road over Belle River (21-3P) in Riley Twp. Between: Riley Center & Eagling

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
32 ton - Single
38 ton - Double
40 ton - Triple




MEMORANDUM

ROAD COMMISSION DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

TO: Bill Hazelton, Brette Stager, Tonia Crawford, Andrew McNiff
& Kirk Weston

FROM: Mike Clark

DATE: January 24, 2017

SUBJECT: BRIDGE POSTING CHANGE in Berlin Twp.

Due to advancing concrete deterioration and steel pre-stressing failure the following structure's maximum load rating has been decreased:

Hough Road over Graham Drain (l-7P) in Berlin Twp. Located between: Berville Road &
Sperry Road

Previous Posting

NOT POSTED

NEW Posting

Current structure capacity is:
10 ton - Single
20 ton - Double
26 ton - Triple




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