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04b) Clinton Street Bridge Replacement
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This total precast system meets and beats the schedule!

Project: Clinton Street Bridge Replacement
Location: Lockport, NY
Owner: City of Lockport
Engineer: City of Lockport
Contractor: Donald J. Braasch Construction

Scope: In 1996, the City of Lockport had an “emergency” because it needed to quickly reconstruct the Clinton Street Bridge. Kistner Concrete Products was able to facilitate this emergency by providing 78 LF (11 pieces @ 30 ton) of precast concrete in the form of 14’-0” span x 8’-0” rise mildly skewed Box Culverts, 900 sq/ft of precast retaining wall, and 400 sq/ft of precast erosion control mat (Cable concrete). An entirely precast solution was needed to meet the 40 day contracted completion schedule. Through the use of the “Kast Block” precast wing wall system, the actual construction was accomplished 10 days ahead of the schedule.

After its completion Contractor Donald J. Braasch said this about the project: “I would have never been able to beat or even meet the schedule without the Kast Block system. It saved a ton of time and money versus forming and pouring in the field.”

The construction was sped up due to the use of Cable Concrete precast concrete erosion control mats. Cable Concrete was also integrated into an extremely high velocity structure outlet, and a discharge pipe on the southeast shoulder of the site.

“We found the Cable Concrete was just the material to use when working with high velocity and high water construction conditions,” Braasch said.

The City Engineering Department is extremely pleased with all aspects of the project.
We at Kistner feel we executed a contract we can be proud of for these reasons:
1. quick schedule with low public inconvenience
2. extremely cost effective solution
3. a high quality, long-term final product

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