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Scope of Work
Cianbro is rehabilitating the structural steel, electrical, machinery, control house systems and realignment of the Mystic River Bascule Bridge, originally built in 1922.

Project Details
  • Blasting, cleaning, repairing and painting the structural steel
  • Jacking the counterweights to realign the counterweight truss
  • Replacing the counterweight trunnion bearings
  • Replacing the electrical systems including the main drive motors braking systems, controls, lighting, traffic signals, gates, and installing a stand-by generator
  • Replacing the drive machinery and realigning the main pinion and bull wheel bearings
  • Replacing the control house and the adjoining shed and motor houses
  • Removing and replacing 320 ft of submarine cable
  • Upgrading the fender system and installing scour monitor devices
  • Replacing the bridge railing on the east span and extending to the approaches on the north and south sides of the road
  • Repairing the stone wall and east abutment
  

Unique Challenge



The bridge is located within a historical downtown vacation destination. The rehabilitation of the bridge is being completed concurrently with and adjacent to a major streetscape expansion project. The bridge rehabilitation is phased over the course of three winters in an effort minimize any disruption to tourist season(s).

Project Information

Owner:
Connecticut Department of Transportation

Type of Project:
Transportation 

Construction Schedule:
Start: December 2010
Complete: May 2013

Location:
Mystic, CT

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