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> Governor Cuomo Announces Completion Of Alexander Hamilton Bridge Rehabilitation

> Halmar awarded $50M Design/Build Ramp Job at the RFK Bridge

> Halmar completes Route 42 Emergency Project

> Halmar wins contract for emergency track repair on the Port Jervis Line


Halmar Completes Route 42 Emergency
Design/Build Bridge Project Ahead of Schedule

Tropical Storm Irene left its mark throughout New York and the tri-state region on August 28 th, 2011, with the area of Lexington suffering heavy bridge and road damage. Halmar International with its design partner McLaren, was chosen to remove 2 existing bridge structures over the West Kill River, one 100’ and one 150’ long, as well as the existing abutments and wing walls. New bridges were erected based on Engineering Designs by McLaren, and included piles, foundations, abutments, wingwalls, bears, superstructure, and guiderails. One bridge was reconstructed as a single span structure with a span length of 100 ft, two 11 ft lanes, and two 4 ft should, and the other bridges was reconstructed with a 150 ft single span structure supported on integral abutments. Additional work includes roadside reconstruction, guiderail repair/replacement, culvert cleaning, rehabilitation, and replacement, mudslide removal and slope stabilization, signage, environmental management, and debris removal.

The bridges were open ahead of schedule due to Halmar’s unparalleled Design/Build approach, with Governor Cuomo stating,

“The project would have taken an extra six months to complete under standard methods.”

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HALMAR NEWS

Governor Cuomo Announces Completion Of Alexander Hamilton Bridge Rehabilitation

Halmar awarded $50M Design/Build Ramp Job
at the RFK Bridge

Halmar completes Route 42 Emergency Project

Halmar wins contract for emergency track repair on the Port Jervis Line

 
 
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