Relocating State Route 269 with a new alignment over the Norfolk Southern Railroad in Bellevue, Ohio, has increased train traffic through the community, improved public service accessibility, and reduced vehicular safety concerns. The 522’, three-span bridge was built with a continuous hybrid steel plate girder and composite reinforced concrete deck on reinforced concrete substructures. Mosser Construction self-performed all roadway sitework and utilities, as well as the concrete work and the demolition of existing houses to provide room for this important public safety project.
- Setting 2,420’ of steel piling
- 50,000 cy of embankment
- 1,800 cy of concrete
Location: Bellevue, Ohio