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Northern State Parkway (NSP) Interchange Reconstruction at NY 110

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Transcript of Northern State Parkway (NSP) Interchange Reconstruction at NY 110

Accident rates well above Statewide Averages Long delays at signalized intersections Non-standard clearances Roadway flooding Lack of shoulders Lack of continuous Pedestrian/Bicycle Facilities JV JV PIN 0516.41 / Contract 261545 Presenter:
Rafik Moawad, P.E., HAKS Engineers Northern State Parkway (NSP) Interchange Reconstruction at NY 110 RESIDENT ENGINEERS MEETING Rendering of Replacement Bridge In April 2011, PIN 0516.41 was awarded Evergreen Rating, the highest level of sustainability Green Leadership In Transportation
Environmental Sustainability GreenLITES Arlington Street to Fletcher Place
Town of Huntington, Suffolk County Construction of NSP began in July 1931

Between 1936 and 1938 ,the NSP was extended to the Wantagh State Pkwy

NSP was extended east to EXIT 40 (NY 110) in 1949 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Project Team WHY THIS PROJECT? Project Location
Collectively These Developments have Added Significant Traffic Volumes to the NY 110 Corridor New Developments McGovern Sod Farms Property east of NY 110 sold for Residential Development. Rubie Corporate Plaza along LIE South Service Road west of NY 110. Canon Campus along Walt Whitman Road south of LIE South Service Road. Project Goals Improve safety Increase overall mobility Improve lane configuration Upgrade the traffic signal system Replace bridge with aesthetically pleasing structure which maintains the parkway appearance Upgrade drainage system Provide continuous sidewalks and bicycle accommodations Contract D261545 Profile along NSP raised by over 3.0m (10’) in some areas Major Features Cul-de-Sac Gwynne Road Reconfigure Interchange Reconstruct NY 110/OCR/WWR Intersection Replace Bridge in Phased Construction Replacement Bridge; Skew Angle > 45 Degrees Two New Traffic Signals along NY 110 Improved Facilities for All Travel Modes Widened Roadway widths
along both NSP and NY 110 Positive Drainage System, including Four New Recharge Basins JED CSM AFRIDI OWNER NYSDOT Construction Inspection Design Engineer
GPI Contractor
Grace Industries LLC. Parkway setting – Robert Moses era
* Recreate architectural features of existing bridge
* Temporary roads built at extreme edge of ROW

Historic preservation
* Preserved historic setting along Old Country Road
* Preserved Lopped Trees Day and Night Work
No Daytime Lane Closures Allowed
Full Roadway Closures
NY 110, and NSP
Detour on designated detour routes
Area-wide Detours, Divert Traffic Away From Work Zone
Local Detours, Provide Access to Residents and Businesses Work Zone Traffic Control Requirements Letting: December 16, 2010

Commencement of Construction: May 2011

Construction Completed: December 31, 2013

Overall Duration: 2 Years 7 Months CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE
$66M LOWEST BID
$55 Total Bidders 6 GRACE INDUSTRIES LLC Project Schedule NY 110 STAGE 1 CONSTRUCTION STAGES NY 110 NSP Stage 1: Utility Work, Roadway Widening, Drainage Stage 2: Center Median Work, Drainage, True & Leveling NY 110 STAGE 2 NY 110 STAGE 2 NY 110 STAGE 1 Stage 3: Top Course NY 110, Landscaping, Final Pavement Markings NY 110 STAGE 3 Stage 1A Stage 1B Stage 2B Stage 2A Stage 3A Stage 3B Stage 4 Stage 1A: North Side Road Widening, Bridge Demolition (1) and Construction (1), Temporary Ramps, Drainage, Median Preparation Work, Gwynne Road Cul-de-Sac. Stage 1B: North Side Permanent Ramps, Drainage, North Side Recharge Basins Stage 2A: South Side Temporary Ramps, Bridge Demolition (2), Drainage, Build Middle Section of NSP Roadway. Stage 2B: Bridge Construction (2), Drainage Stage 3B: Bridge Construction (3), Build South Section of NSP, South Side Recharge Basins Stage 3A: South Side Permanent Ramps, Bridge Demolition (3), Drainage Stage 4: Top Course NSP and Ramps, Landscaping * Original stages Looking West at Temporary Ramp along north side of NSP through Existing Recharge Basin Shift Traffic To Temporary Ramp Remove Temporary Ramp Remove Existing Ramp Demolish Remainder of Existing Bridge Shift EB Traffic New Roadway NSP STAGE 3A Construct South Half of WB Bridge Remove Portion of Existing Bridge Bridge Demolition and Construction Staging Summary Temporary Sheeting NSP STAGES 2A AND 2B NSP STAGES 3A AND 3B Remove Remainder of Existing Bridge Construct EB Bridge Temporary By- Pass Custom- built concrete transition barrier List some of challengers to build the Temporary By- Pass? - Challenges Transition from the bridge guiderail to concrete barrier Sight distance requirements Horizontal and Vertical Alignment Cost: This VE plan avoids potential additional cost exposures in the future by avoiding a stage 4 median work zone Value: This VE plan includes the construction of an earth berm along the boundary line with the cemetery on the SW corner of the project in the area Safety: The bypass road allows the contractor to create a buffer between the demolition & construction of the new NSP Bridge & the travelling public Quality: This VE plan improves the integrity of the bridge structure Schedule: This VE plan avoids schedule delays Value Engineering (VE) Bridge Construction Bridge Construction New (26) prestressed concrete girders (AASHTO Type V) superstructure
Using a Liebherr LTM 1500-8.1 600 Ton Hydraulic Truck Crane
Beams were fabricated at Precast System Inc, Allentown NJ.
(11) Interior Beams- 90 feet long – 50T
(11) Interior Beams – 115 feet long – 63T
(2) Fascia Beams – 90 feet long – 73T
(2) Fascia Beams – 115 feet long – 93T Superstructure Beam Delivery NYSDOT Bridge Engineers
NYCDOT Bridge Engineers
NYCDOT Highway Design
PA Bridge engineers
MTA Bridge Engineers
NYPD Motor Carrier unit An extraordinary coordination effort was vital to deliver these beams to the job site.
Delivered through NYC local streets.
A “Special Permit Vehicles” was needed by NYCDOT.
The contractor needs the following approvals before NYCDOT can issue the permit: Bridge Demolition The existing concrete rigid frame (arch) structure was removed.

The concrete arch was removed by closing Route 110 to traffic during the weekend closure

Equipment used: multiple large crawler excavators
(Komatsu PC300, Komatsu PC 400, etc.) equipped with a Labounty pulverizor shear
HY-Ram HR500 hydraulic hammer to break up the structure New (26) prestressed concrete girders (AASHTO Type V) superstructure Superstructure Bridge Construction Bridge Demolition

HY-Ram HR500 hydraulic hammer to break up the structure Beam Delivery NYSDOT Bridge Engineers
NYCDOT Bridge Engineers
NYCDOT Highway Design
PA Bridge engineers
MTA Bridge Engineers
NYPD Motor Carrier unit An extraordinary coordination effort was vital to deliver these beams to the job site. a) 10T
b) 23T
c) 93T
d) 233.5T What is the weight of the biggest beam? Question 6
NYSDOT Bridge Engineers
NYCDOT Bridge Engineers
NYCDOT Highway Design
PA Bridge engineers
MTA Bridge Engineers
NYPD Motor Carrier unit Why was an extraordinary effort required to deliver the project beams? List the multiple agencies involved? Question 5
Horizontal and Vertical Alignment- Established a separate alignment for both eastbound and westbound List some of challengers to build the Temporary By- Pass? - Question 4
Recycle all concrete from bridge demolition and used as a Embankment foundation
Install Gres Walls
Existing concrete pavement from NSP road (Crack and Seat) used in Embankment construction-Meeting NYSDOT specifications List some of the efforts made by the contractor to support NYSDOT efforts to keep this project “Evergreen”-GreenLITES ? Question 3 Evergreen, the highest attainable. What is the GreenLITES Rating for this Project? Question 2 Question 1 List some of the efforts made by the Project Team to reduce cost and to keep the project on time? Value Engineering (VE)
Construct temporary By-Pass road
Construct the project in one (1) stage instead of three (3) stages GreenLITES GreenLITES The Greening of NY110 HAKS Engineers- NY September 12, 2012 NSP Lack of through capacity along NY 110 resulting in traffic congestion NSP STAGES 3A AND 3B Existing NSP Alignment Temp. By- Pass Established a separate alignment for both eastbound and westbound Work zone advisory speed limit posted at 40MPH The existing concrete rigid frame (arch) structure was removed. The concrete arch was removed by closing Route 110 to traffic during the weekend closure Equipment used: multiple large crawler excavators (Komatsu PC300, Komatsu PC 400, etc.) equipped with a Labounty pulverizor shear (2) Fascia Beams – 115 feet long – 93T (2) Fascia Beams – 90 feet long – 73T (11) Interior Beams – 115 feet long – 63T (11) Interior Beams- 90 feet long – 50T Beams were fabricated at Precast System Inc, Allentown NJ. Using a Liebherr LTM 1500-8.1 600 Ton Hydraulic Truck Crane The contractor needs the following approvals before NYCDOT can issue the permit: A “Special Permit Vehicles”
was needed by NYCDOT. Delivered through NYC local streets. Transition from the bridge guiderail to concrete barrier- Custom- built concrete transition barrier Sight distance requirements- Work zone advisory speed limit posted at 40MPH GRES WALL GRES WALL The alternative to sheet Pile Walls Eliminate Noise & Vibration List some of challengers to build the Temporary By- Pass? OOPS!
Size and weight of the beams to go through NYC local Street. Thank You
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