Chesapeake Bay BridgeFriday, September 25th, 2015
P. Flanigan & Sons recently completed a unique job at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. This project called for removal and replacement of the concrete leading into the eleven toll booths. Encompassing an area 400 feet in length, over 150 feet across, and 12 inches thick, this job required 4,000 cubic yards of concrete.
The concrete was placed over 12 inches of RCGAB, which came from our Winchester Facility. Below that, underdrain was placed every 50 feet, using #57 stone. All of this work took place between October 7, 2014 and March 20, 2015, in order to avoid complicating beach traffic. To complete this job, P. Flanigan crews milled and replaced 700 feet of asphalt leading into the concrete.