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Projects

SPK Engineering's past projects

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S.R. 0997 Section 026

Michael Kilgore

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Project Cost: $1.8 million
Client: PennDOT District 8-0
Contact: Benjamin Singer, P.E. (717-787-6690)
Project Letting - May 2017
Construction completed October 2018

The project consisted of replacing the existing two-span Concrete T-Beam Bridge that carries S.R. 0997 over Conodoguinet Creek with a new single span Composite Steel Plate Girder Bridge on integral abutments.  Roadway approach work was included for approximately 300 feet on the southern approach and 500 feet on the northern approach.  The design maintained existing horizontal alignment, while the vertical alignment was slightly adjusted to allow for adequate clearance over Conodoguinet Creek. Traffic control consisted of phased construction, two-way traffic maintained by a single lane using temporary traffic signals.

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S.R. 0997, Section 027

Michael Kilgore

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Cost: $1.22 Million
Client: PennDOT District 8-0
Contact: Mr. Benjamin Singer, P.E. (717-787-6690)
Project Letting - April 2016

Franklin County - This project consisted of the replacement of the existing single span Steel I-Beam Bridge that carries S.R. 0997 over Muddy Run with a new single span Prestressed Spread Box Beam Bridge on integral abutments.  Minimal roadway approach work was included for approximately 250 feet on the southern approach and 100 feet on the northern approach.  The design maintained existing horizontal alignment, while the vertical alignment was slightly adjusted to allow for adequate clearance over Muddy Run.  Traffic control consisted of a detour.

S.R. 0322, Sections 030 & 031

Michael Kilgore

Client: Engineering District 8-0
Contact: Mr. Doug Murphy (717-783-3773)
Project Letting 2013

Horseshoe Pike Bridges 1 & 2 respectively - Lebanon County - These projects, both multi-span P/S Beam bridges with overall spans of 183’ and 127’ respectively, include the phased-deck replacement and concrete substructure repairs.