Replacement of Frederick Avenue Bridge over CSX and Gwynns Falls
WBCM designed the replacement of the 220-foot-long historic Frederick Avenue Bridge over the environmentally-sensitive Gwynns Falls River and CSX railroad. The previous bridge supported a four-lane roadway, sidewalks, and buried utilities that included the primary gas main for the city. The replacement bridge is a 228-foot long, two-span prestressed concrete beam superstructure supported on a 35-foot-high reinforced concrete substructure with drilled shaft foundations. An architectural façade closely resembles the arch design of the original bridge.
- City of Baltimore Department of Transportation
- Service(s) Provided
- Bridge Design, Permitting, Traffic Engineering, Survey
- Baltimore, MD