Platte Co., MO / Wyandotte Co., KS
Owner: Missouri Department of Transportation
General Contractor: American Bridge
Bid Type: Design Build
Brief Summary: For this design build project, Stupp Bridge Company fabricated 4000 tons of steel for US 69 over the Missouri River from Platte Co., MO to Wyandotte Co., KS. The main span is 420' long and the web depths vary from 10' to 12' deep haunched and parallel flange plate girders. This bridge utilized partially painted Grade HPS70W and 50W steel.
The Ohio River Bridges Project, Downtown, Section(s) 1, 2 & 3
Owner: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
General Contractor: Walsh Construction
Bid Type: Design-Build
Brief Summary: For this multi-year design-build project, Stupp Bridge Company fabricated 20+ bridges weighing a combined 15,000+ tons. Stupp Bridge Company’s scope of work for this project included the welded plate girder approaches to the new Downtown Ohio River Crossing as well as many curved plate girder bridges for ramps, interchanges and overpasses. The largest bridge weighed more than 3800 tons and the smallest bridge weighed less than 40 tons. All of the steel was shop painted with a coat of inorganic zinc primer.
Dekalb County, State Route 26 over the Caney Fork River
Owner: Tennessee Department of Transportation
General Contractor: Massman Construction
Bid Type: Traditional Bid-Build
Brief Summary: For this project, Stupp Bridge Company fabricated over 2,100 tons of steel for the State Route 26 Bridge over the Caney Fork River. The bridge’s main span is over 300’ long, and the girders are over 9’ deep. This bridge utilized partially painted Grade HPS70W and 50W steel.