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