Pedestrian Park Bridges - Diving Inspections & Hydrographic Survey

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Project Overview: 
McLaren Engineering Group provided bridge diving inspections and hydrographic surveys of nine (9) pedestrian bridges throughout the five (5) boroughs. Comprehensive inspection and survey reports were also prepared.
McLaren's Role: 
Under this agreement, the nine (9) bridges inspected and surveyed were as follows: Wards Island Pedestrian Bridge – is a steel PL girder bridge consisting of 10 spans and three SSUs; 163rd Street Pedestrian Bridge – is a steel rolled girder bridge consisting of 13 spans and three SSUs; Ocean Ave Pedestrian Bridge – is steel and timber rolled girder bridge consisting of 30 spans and 30 SSUs; West Footbridge – is a reinforced concrete with corrugated form bridge consisting of two (2) spans and three SSUs; East Footbridge – is a reinforced concrete with corrugated form bridge consisting of two (2) spans and three SSUs; Bridge Over Dam - is a concrete and masonry arch bridge consisting of one (1) span and two (2) SSUs; Flushing Meadow Park Road – is a concrete box beam bridge consisting of five (5) spans and five (5) SSUs; NR Boathouse Footbridge – is a steel rolled girder/PL girder arch bridge consisting of one span and two SSUs; Pedestrian Between 73rd Street & 74th Street – is a steel PL Girder consisting of two (2) spans and one (1) SSU.
Service: 
Underwater Inspection
Service: 
Hydrographic Survey
Service: 
Bridge Inspection
Location: 
New York, New York
Client: 
New York City Department of Transportation
Project Type: 
Bridge Inspection
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2009-2010
Construction Cost: 
N/A

Location
New York, New York

Client
New York City Department of Transportation

Our Role
Prime
Project Type
Bridge Inspection

Contract Period
2009-2010

Construction Cost
N/A
Services
Underwater Inspection
Hydrographic Survey
Bridge Inspection