Boy’s Latin School Pedestrian Bridge
Baltimore, MD

Boy's Latin School Pedestrian BridgeWBCM designed and prepared contract documents for the construction of the Boy’s Latin School pedestrian bridge. The bridge spans West Lake Avenue in Baltimore, MD, connecting the school’s two campuses. The bridge was designed and built on a fast-track schedule that only took three months to complete.

To satisfy Boy’s Latin’ needs, WBCM designed a 150-foot long architectural cast-in-place concrete bridge. The structure has a 60-foot long central section that is anchored by 30-foot long side spans and two 14-foot long framed stairways. The bridge deck and stairs were poured as one structural system without seam or separation. The deck is supported by four poured-in-place piers.

WBCM provided construction management services to Boy’s Latin to ensure that the fast-track schedule was met.

 

  • Owner:
    Boys’ Latin School
  • Total Construction Cost:
    $260,000
  • WBCM Services:
    Bridge Engineering
    Site Engineering
    Surveying