IH-10 BRIDGE, SABINE RIVER CROSSING, ORANGE COUNTY, TEXAS
Design of 1.0 mile of approach roadway, entrance and exit ramps for tourist information center and the turn arounds at both approaches for this mile long, 120-ft. wide bridge on IH 10. Project includes preparation of schematic layout, bridge and roadway design, bridge hydraulics and scour analysis, retaining wall design, traffic control plans, signing and marking, stormwater pollution prevention plans, quantities and cost estimates.

BROOKLYN BRIDGE REHABILITATION, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Inspection including the Main Span towers, design and preparation of contract documents necessary for the rehabilitation of the Brooklyn Bridge's Brooklyn approach, encompassing five (5) overpass structures and approach roadways founded on fill which is supported by masonry arches; the Manhattan approach encompassing two (2) overpass structures, approach roadways and six (6) ramp structures. The major rehabilitation work will include the replacement of roadway decks, concrete safety barriers, concrete filled steel grid decks, joints, drainage systems, lighting systems, striping and signing. Major work includes superstructure steel, bearings, painting, subst ructure concrete and stone masonry repairs as well as other rehabilitation items.

Survey of Manhattan approach roadways, adjacent New York City streets and approach viaduct for the redesign of Manhattan approaches and rehabilitation of bridge approach structures.

FUQUA INTERCHANGE, IH-45 AT FUQUA HOUSTON, TEXAS
This 2700 ft. interchange con sisted of 21-70 ft. prestressed concrete box beam spans. Approach spans are con nected with a intersection steel structure 220' long and 150' wide. The west ap proach span is a three span continuous steel plate curved girder spans of 110'-1 10'-110'. The east approach span is a continuous three-unit steel plate girder with spans of 122'-122'-122'. The steel girders were all composite design. The abutments were rectangular, reinforced concrete section supported with drilled shafts. AIA recommended use of box beams to reduce construction time and traffic congestion during construction.

BIENNIAL INSPECTION OF REGION 11 ARTERIAL BRIDGES, NEW YORK
In-depth inspection, surface and subaqueous of all bridge components for over 100 bridges as part of the biennial/interim inspection program. Underwater inspection of se ven bridges using both scuba and hard hat surface supply diving to inspect for the presence of scour, evaluate the foundation integrity and confirm the rehabili tation of structures. Fathometer surveys of the channel bottom were performed at two of the bridge sites. Preparation of technical reports discussing the findin gs of the inspections in accordance with NYSDOT requirements.

REHABILITATION OF FDR DRIVE VIADUCT, MANHATTAN, NEW YORK
Design of emergency repairs to the outer roadway along the FDR drive in upper Manhattan as a result of deficiencies uncovered during the Biennial/Interim inspection.

YORK STREET BRIDGE STRUCTURE, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Design of a single span (80' long) structure for Brooklyn Bridge approaches over BQE Expressway. Work included 3 staged construction; design of concrete filled steel grid on plate girders for superstructure; design of abutment repairs and modifications; and design of utility relocations, etc.

GEORGE P. COLEMAN BRIDGE
Design, preparation of plans and specifications for widening of 14 approach spans of Coleman Bridge, for Route 17 over York River, Virginia. Work included wide ning abutments, modification of solid piers into hammerheads, design of prestre ssed concrete continuous spans, and steel plate girder spans. North approach was eight (8) spans at 90 feet, south approach was six (6) spans (2 @ 65 feet and 4 @ 90 feet). The bridge was 77-feet in width with the continuous superstructure being AASHTO, Type IV I-beams and the simple spans being steel plate girder to accommodate the truss center span. Total length of bridge is 3750-ft.

SH-288 OVER DOW BARGE CANAL, BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS
Design of 2000 feet of app roach roadway for this 2000 feet long, 7-lane bridge over the DOW Barge Canal and 2 railroad tracks at each side of the canal. Project includes preparation of bridge layout, bridge and roadway design, bridge & roadway hydraulics and scour analysis, retaining wall design, traffic control plans, signing and marking, sto rmwater pollution prevention plans, quantities and cost estimates.

TRIBOROUGH BRIDGE, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
In-depth engineering inspection of the Approach Spans, Side Spans, Main Spans and viaduct portion of the Queens Suspensi on Bridge section, the Bronx Truss Bridge section and the Manhattan Lift Span section as well as several ramp structures of this East River Bridge.

MANHATTAN BRIDGE, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Subaqueous and high level inspection of 2000 foot suspension bridge in lower Manhattan, New York as part of the New York State Department of Transportation's Biennial Bridge Inspection Program. In-depth inspection of both the upper and lower roadway of the Brooklyn Approach, Side Spans, Main Spans, and the Manhattan Approach sections of the bridge, including East and West Transit segments and Towers. The subaqueous inspection of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Towers, using surface supply hard hat diving consisted of eva luation for the presence of scour and the foundation integrity of the existing s tructures as well as preparation of the technical reports discussing the findings as per NYSDOT requirements.

US 96 BRIDGES, HARDIN COUNTY, SILSBEE, TEXAS
Project involved bridge layout, preliminary design, final design and construction cost estimate for two bridges for the US 96 Highway widening project. One bridge consisted of two 50-foot spans of Type C prestressed concrete AASHTO beams and the other bridge consisted of three 43-foot spans of Type C prestressed concrete AASHTO beams with a skew of 26 0. Both bridges provide 40'-10" of roadway carrying two lanes.

IH-45 NORTH HOV LANE CROSSTIMBERS INTERCHANGE, HOUSTON, TEXAS
Total length of ramp is 805-foot. The width of the structure varies from 35'-10" to 44'-10" and consists of two continuous steel horizontally curved plate girders with spans o f 75'-93'-93'-75' and 105'-130'-130'-105'. The width of the structure varied fro m 35'-10" to 42'-8" making the horizontally curved girder spacing variable. The substructure is reinforced concrete abutment, has drilled shafts and hammer head piers with cantilevered cap beams and oval columns. Prepared bridge layout, final construction plans and construction cost estimate.

HENRY HUDSON BRIDGE, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Inspection of all structural components, including the primary members (fascia, floor beams, stringers, main cables), secondary members (diaphragms, truss gusset plates, truss lateral bracing members), deck elements, anchorages, abutments, piers, and utilities of this major river crossing in upper Manhattan, New York performed for the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority.

VERRAZANO BRIDGE BIENNIAL INSPECTION, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Surface and subaqueous inspection of one of the worlds longest steel truss suspension bridges which connects the Boroughs of Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York. The inspection work included the examination of all bridge and structural components: inspection of decks, structural framing, suspension cables, towers, and anchorages, abutments and approach structures, utilities, lighting and communication equipment. Un wrapping sections of main cables for inspection of the interior and rewrapping. The underwater inspection consisted of evaluating for the presence of scour and foundation integrity of the piers fenders, dolphins retaining walls and submerg ed portions of the abutments. A fathometer survey of the Narrows between Brooklyn and Staten Island was also performed. The survey covered an area 5200 feet long by 50 feet wide. The waterway is tidal with flows up to 2.5 knots and water depths up to 100 feet.

SPENCER HIGHWAY BRIDGES OVER WILLOW SPRING TRIBUTARY, HOUSTON, TEXAS
Designed and prepared plans, specifications, and estimate associated with the reconstruct ion of Spencer Highway Design Section III.A., east of Willow Spring Bayou to east of Underwood Road. The bridge was 3-span with prestressed concrete box beams superstructure. The abutments and bents were reinforced concrete rectangular beams supported on prestressed concrete piles.

N. WAYSIDE DRIVE OVER HCFCD DITCH 125-00-000, HOUSTON, TEXAS
Prepared the final plans, specifications and estimate associated with this bridge. This bridge was a skewed three span (34.0'-34.0'-34.0') prestressed concrete box beam bridge to conform with AASHTO HS20-44 loading. The abutments and pier for this structure were reinforced concrete beams supported by 16 inch square prestressed concrete piling.

TERHUNE AVENUE BRIDGE REPLACEMENT, WAYNE, NEW JERSEY
Structural design, boundary survey, topographic survey, preparation of right-of-way drawings for property takings, utility engineering, geotechnical testing and boring as well as related engineering services required for the development of plans, specifications and bid documents for the replacement of the Terhune Avenue (SR Route 202) Bridge under the FAUS program.

BAYONNE BRIDGE INSPECTION, NEW YORK
In-depth structural inspection of the substructure, deck and other structural members to identify deficiencies which may present a potential safety hazard. Preparation of Structural Inventory and Appraisal (SI&A) sheets, render recommendations for and prioritize repairs.

ROUTE 3 BRIDGE OVER BERRY'S CREEK, NEW JERSEY
Utility engineering for widening of major highway bridge linking the Meadowlands and carrying Route 3 over Berry 's Creek in Rutherford and East Rutherford, New Jersey.

THROGS NECK BRIDGE BIENNIAL INSPECTION, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
In-depth inspection to evaluate for the presence of scour and foundation integrity of 36 bridge piers. Surface supply hard hat diving was used. Project also entailed the perform ance of a fathometer survey of the river channel and preparation of the technical report and AUTO-CADD drawings per NYSDOT requirements.

RHODES ROAD BRIDGE OVER SEALS GULLY, HOUSTON, TEXAS
Prepared the Preliminary Engineering Report, final plans, specifications, and estimate associated with the replacement of the existing timber bridge with a three span ( 26.5'-26.5'-26.5' ) prestressed concrete box beam bridge to conform with AASHTO HS20-44 loading. The abutments and pier for this structure were reinforced concrete beams supported by 16 inch square prestressed concrete piling. This skewed and superelevated bridge was 36 foot in width and the project also included approach roadway and drainage improvements.

FM 1960 WISHBONE INTERCHANGE, IH-45 AT FM 1960, HOUSTON, TEXAS
This FM 1960 Wishbone interchange consisted of 20 prestressed concrete box beam spans of varying lengths and reinforced concrete deck. The abutments were reinforced concrete rectangular beams with drilled shafts. Designed the two 200 ft. long steel continuous straddle bents supported by circular reinforced concrete columns.

UNDERGRADE BRIDGE INSPECTION, MORRIS & PASSAIC COUNTIES, NJ
In-depth inspection and rating of 17 railroad bridges in Passaic and Morris Counties, underwater inspection of railroad culvert over Frank's Creek. Work involved inspection, load rating analysis, preparation of Inspection Reports, recommendations for repairs and cost estimates.

GARDEN STATE PARKWAY BRIDGE INSPECTIONS
In-depth inspection of nine parkway bridges in Middlesex, Ocean, Burlington & Cape May.

BRIDGE INSPECTIONS, PASSAIC COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
Surface and sub-aqueous inspections for cycle four reevaluation survey of 37 Off-system bridges in Passaic County including reports and recommendations.

GOFFLE HILL ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT, PASSAIC COUNTY, NJ
Design survey of bridge and approach roadways, preparation of right-of-way drawings for property takings, utility engineering, geotechnical testing and boring as well as related engineering services required for the development of plans, specifications and bid documents for the replacement of this single span structure over Goffle Brook for the County of Passaic.

COMLY ROAD BRIDGE REHABILITATION, LINCOLN PARK, NEW JERSEY
Survey, utility eng ineering, maintenance and protection of traffic and re-design of approach roadway for the rehabilitation seven span bridge carrying Comly Road over NJ Transit M orristown line at Lincoln Park Railroad Station.

LOWER MAIN STREET BRIDGE REHABILITATION, PATERSON, NEW JERSEY
Survey, geotechnical investigation, utility engineering, hydraulic analysis, permitting, re-design of approach roadways.

QUEENS EAST RIVER WHARF, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Underwater inspection for the demolition of existing wharf, reuse of existing steel "H" pile and timber pile where feasible, construction of a new wharf.

EAST COMPLEX CONNECTOR ROAD, SUPER COLLIDER PROJECT, WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS
As a subconsultant to Parsons Brinckerhoff, AIA designed a seven at 80', span bridge and approaches over Grove Creek to service the East Complex area of SSC project. The bridge was 44-foot in width with the superstructure being Type IV AASHTO I beams. The abutments and bents were reinforced concrete rectangular beams supported with circular drilled shafts/columns. The entire bridge was designed and det ailed to TxDOT specifications and the structure was checked for a 5S4 -140 ton truck loading.

HOBBY INTERCHANGE, IH-45 AT MONROE, HOUSTON, TEXAS
This 3300 ft. interchange consisted of 15-70 ft. spans and 10-60 ft. spans of prestressed concrete box beam design connecting to a 228 ft. by 180 ft. curved composite steel girder and stringer structure. The intersection structure was all steel design and included 2 000 ft. of retaining wall. The substructure was reinforced concrete construction. The abutment consisted of a rectangular reinforced concrete beam supported with drilled shafts and the bents were cantilevered beam - hammerhead piers, some supported with single columns and others with two columns. Simply supported reinforced concrete beams were also used at some bent locations. AIA recommended the use of box beams to reduce construction time and cost traffic congestion during construction.

OUTERBRIDGE CROSSING, STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK
In-depth structural inspection of the substructure, deck and other structural members to identify deficiencies w hich may present a potential safety hazard. Preparation of Structural Inventory and Appraisal (SI&A) sheets, render recommendations for and prioritize repairs.

MILL BASIN BRIDGE REHABILITATION, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Survey of 4000 feet of ap proach roadway, bridge measurements, preparation of right-of-way documents and design of the roadway approaches along the Belt Parkway for the total rehabilitat ion of 865 foot, 14 span double leaf trunion bascule bridge over Mill Basin.

GERRITSEN INLET BRIDGE REHABILITATION, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Survey of 3500 feet of approach roadway, bridge measurements, preparation of right-of-way documents and design of the roadway approaches along the Belt Parkway for the total rehabi litation of 520 foot long, 105 foot wide eleven span bridge carrying six lanes of the Belt Parkway over Gerritsen Inlet in Brooklyn, New York.

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