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  • hanna group, engineering firm sacramento, construction management sacramento, project management sacramento, bridge construction sacramento, interchange construction
  • hanna group, engineering firm sacramento, construction management sacramento, project management sacramento, bridge construction sacramento, interchange construction
  • hanna group, engineering firm sacramento, construction management sacramento, project management sacramento, bridge construction sacramento, interchange construction
Clients / City of Sacramento Department of Transportation

Project Dates: Apr 2010 – Oct 2011
Project Costs: Construction  Cost $3,400,000

The Interstate 80 Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge at the West Drainage Canal is an important link that will connect North Natomas and South Natomas and will serve the region as a major non‐motorized route from the Natomas area to downtown Sacramento. The project provides a new 750 feet Cast In Place Prestress Box Girder bike and pedestrian overpass over I-80 including a 140 feet steel pre-fabricated bridge across an irrigation canal.   Project access is heavily restricted due to the entire construction site located within the Giant Garter Snake Habitat.

The scope of work performed  by The Hanna Group involves complete construction management services includes Resident Engineering, preconstruction services, coordination, scheduling, inspection, materials testing, shop drawing submittal review/approval coordination, project records, project record drawing (as‐built), and Caltrans required closeout documents. Construction management and administration services to be provided include all construction activities undertaken by outside entities in connection with the project, as well as the monitoring and implementation of all permits, utility relocations, and agreement provisions associated with the project

Project Highlights:

  • Bridge Embankment Import  and Lightweight Aggregate Backfill
  • Shored Excavations  and Temporary Falsework
  • Driven Concrete Piles
  • Full Freeway Closure with COZEEP
  • 750 CIP PC/PS Box Girder Bridge
  • 140 feet Steel Prefabricated Bridge
  • May 1 – Oct 1 environmental window
  • Drainage Systems improvements
  • RD1000 Levee  Improvements
  • Landscaping
  • Bridge Lighting