The project engineer for the Prospect Bridge Project is very pleased with the progress to date. The contractor is on schedule and working six days a week.
The contractor has one crew installing new sheet pile wall along La. 24 and Bayou Terrebonne which will support the new roadway embankment along the bayou. This week the crews will drive the first piles of the two main piers.
Crews have removed the entire old bridge structure. The new drainage work is located along La. 3087 (Prospect Street) and La. 24 (Main Street), is complete.
This photo was taken of the sheet pile wall along La. 24 and Bayou Terrebonne that are being installed. This sheet pile wall is what will hold the edge of the new road embankment in place and keep it from sliding into the bayou.
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State Project Number: 065-91-0016
Project Description: The new bridge and widened intersections will help to relieve congestion on this heavily traveled bridge.
Start Date: May 24, 2010
Finish Date: Spring 2012
Cost: $26.7 Million
Contractor: James Construction Group