Beaver Valley Expressway
Delivery System(s): General Contractor
Location: New Castle, PA
Completion Date: 2011
Cost: $11 million
Client Name: PennDot
In March of 2011, Trumbull began the rehabilitation of a 15.7-mile stretch of Interstate 376 known as the Beaver Valley Expressway. The project involved the demolition and replacement of four bridge decks: the Gringo-Clinton Overpass, a 312 linear feet, four-span concrete I-beam bridge; the Gringo-Independence Overpass, a 331 linear feet, four-span concrete I-beam bridge; and the Interstate 376 over Chapel Road dual bridges, both of which are 136 linear feet, three-span concrete box beam bridges.
In addition to the bridge deck replacements, three bridge decks were latex overlayed: the Anchortown Road Overpass, a 351 linear feet, four-span concrete I-beam bridge and the Interstate 376 over Brady’s Run Park dual bridges, which are 1,360 linear feet, seven-span curved steel girder bridges. The work on the dual bridges on Interstate 376 over Brady’s Run Park also included steel repairs and resetting of bridge bearings, as well as abrasive blasting and painting of the superstructure.