Oak Drive Bridge Replacement

Project Summary
The Oak Drive Bridge over Two-Mile Creek is being replaced in 2018.  The City obtained a federal grant, by which 80% of the costs will be reimbursed. 

Project Update and Schedule

This project bid on 3/2/18, and the low bidder was Kozeny-Wagner.  The Board of Alderman approved the contract, and MoDOT granted Concurrence in Award. The preconstruction meeting took place 5/3. The project kicked off with tree removal on 5/29 and bridge demolition on 5/31. The bridge debris was then removed and piles were driven. The piers were formed and poured, then the deck was poured Wednesday 7/25.  After that, the corral rails (walls) were poured, forms removed, and storm sewers installed.  The adjacent roadways were poured the week of 8/27.  The street and bridge were reopened to traffic on 9/7.  Only punchlist work remains.  Thank you for your patience during this project.  This was the last of a series of six bridge replacements since 2010.

Last updated 9/14/18